Dr. Scharlene Gaudet, DC, DACNB, CCN, LVMT
Veteran Director / Physician
Dr. Scharlene Gaudet attended Parker University graduating with a degree in Chiropractic and later received a diplomate in functional neurology from the American Board of Chiropractic Neurology. She has a passion for helping veterans, as her family is largely comprised of veterans. Dr. Gaudet practiced for several years in Texas where she worked with several veteran organizations such as The VA Center of Texas. She now works as the Veteran Director and physician for Revive Treatment Centers, which is a leading neurological recovery facility that specializes in Traumatic Brain injury, stroke, Neuro-Orthopedic Rehab., neurodegenerative, and metabolic disorders.
Since a large portion of her family is military, Dr. Gaudet has dedicated much of her time and energy to helping service members through her work at Revive as Veteran Director and through her nonprofit, Guardians of Soldiers, Inc. As veterans are attempting to adjust back to their civilian lives, service dogs can have a huge impact on daily and social interactions. From sharing her life with many types of animals, she can tell you the bond that these veterans share when partnered with a service animal is magical and inspiring. Being privileged to witness these interactions has inspired her to do more.
Guardians of Soldiers is a nonprofit organization formed to treat the service dogs of combat veterans, utilizing chiropractic care to help contribute to the longevity of the bond that is shared between our heroes and these animals. Dr. Gaudet and the rest of the Guardians of Soldiers team believe that wellness should not be reserved for the wealthy, and that finances should never be the only barrier to experiencing the miracle and healing power of chiropractic care. As such, it is their mission to expand access to high quality chiropractic care for under-served populations, especially military veterans’ service animals.
Dr. Gaudet and her husband enjoy hiking and motor cross when not working. She volunteers with service dog organizations in addition to Guardians of Soldiers and has two dogs of her own.
- Post Concussion Syndrome
- Autoimmune diseases
- Gut Dysfunction
- Depression & Anxiety
- Performance Optimization
Advanced Approaches to TBI
Recovering from a Brain Injury
Healing the Home Environment
Concussions and the Female Brain
Revive Centers strives to increase the quality of life so our patients can live better and love life more. We utilize cutting-edge diagnostic equipment and procedures to find the underlying cause of a patient’s symptoms and conceive an innovative treatment plan to best address the patient’s individual needs. We focus on a multimodal approach that allows us to activate multiple pathways by coupling targeted therapies to further drive neuro integration.
At Revive Treatment Centers of America®, we believe that every person’s brain is unique, and the injury or disease that the person is dealing with must be approached as such. In this era of neurological advances and individualized treatment plans evolving on a regular basis, recovering from a brain injury requires truly personalized care, delivered by experts trained in the complexities of applied clinical neuroscience.
The team at Revive Treatment Centers goes beyond neurology and medicine with its patients to also incorporate psychology and cellular therapy to optimize the outcomes of patients.
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