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Meet the Doctors, Clinicians and Staff

Meet the Doctors

Paul Wand MD
Brain Healing Center of America, PA

Dr. Wand is a clinical neurologist with a private practice in South Florida since 1982. He has always had an active interest in research. His clinical research interests include newer and more effective methods of diagnosing and treating neurological conditions. Much of his treatment consists of combining traditional and alternative methods, known as integrative neurology.

He has developed a multidisciplinary treatment approach to Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, chronic pain and peripheral neuropathy, especially the diabetic type. Moreover, he has developed protocols that effectively reverse neurological deficits. Dr. Wand's combined approach of traditional and alternative treatments seems to be the most effective when treating and reversing what is usually considered to be permanent damage to the central and peripheral nervous system.

He has worked with patients living with traumatic brain injuries & post concussion syndrome, Autism, chronic pain, diabetic neuropathy, headaches & migraines, neck & low back pain, arthritic pain, motor vehicle accident injuries, hormonal imbalances in men (andropause), and in women (menopause).

Dr. Wand is a father of two children, one girl and one boy. His daughter is married with children. She is an internet advertising executive in New York. His son is graduating from the University of Hawaii with a degree in microbiology. Dr. Wand has had a life long interest for understanding scientific neurology and human behavior. He understands your needs to express all aspects of the problems that you are living with. Consequently, Dr.Wand dedicates his time to each patient, listening carefully, treating you as an individual.

Gerald Gluck, Ph.D., LMFT, PA and Senior Fellow 2, BCN-EEG
Brain Healing Center of America, PA

Dr. Gluck is a marriage and family therapist with a private practice since 1980. He graduated from Cornell University (where he studied on a fellowship from the Ford Foundation and from fellowships from New York State), and completed family therapy training at Bergen Pines Hospital in New Jersey. He is a published author. Dr. Gluck became the first certified Neurofeedback Therapist in South Florida in 1991. He is a Senior Fellow in EEG Biofeedback of the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America, now the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. He has a passion for helping people heal their minds. He has worked with people living with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, depression, phobias, anxiety & panic, chronic pain, drug addiction, ADD/ADHD, seizure disorders, mood disorders behavioral issues, learning disabilities, life crisis, memory problems, OCD, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and spiritual concerns.
Dr. Gluck spent 15 years as a full time college professor at Rutgers University, Montclair State University and New Jersey Institute of Technology teaching psychology, organizational behavior, research methods and courses in institutions and values. Originally licensed in 1980 in New Jersey, he was in private practice in New Jersey before coming to Florida.   He has directed a neurofeedback program in an outpatient and intensive outpatient setting for poly substance abusers at Memorial Hospital in Hollywood, Florida.  He has served as Director of Adolescent Services at The Village where he was also employed in the Mental Health Unit of the Miami Dade Juvenile Detention Center doing evaluations.  Dr. Gluck has served numerous times as an expert witness for the Department of Children and Families in the areas of abuse, foster care, termination of parental rights when he was employed by them as Director of Clinical Mental Health Services.  Dr. Gluck was also Clinical Director of the Institute for Social Services to Families at Nova University which provided therapeutic foster care services, short term family therapy, and home services and started the first Family Therapy Clinic at Nova through the Institute.  He served as President of the Mental Health Staff at the Retreat Hospital and two terms on the Executive Board of the Broward Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.  He has been providing  neurofeedback and biofeedback services since 1991 and Quantitative EEG services since 2001.  He has provided pro bono professional services for JAFCO, Jewish Adoption and Foster Care Options.  He has been qualified in Broward and Miami-Dade courts as an expert in various mental health areas and the impact of personal injury on mental health. He has participated in civil and criminal trials (death penalty phase) using QEEG. He serves on the  Board of Directors of  the Research Foundation of the International Society for Neurofeedback Research.  He recently is a coauthor of Standards of Practice for Neurofeedback and Neurotherapy in the Journal of Neurotherapy. He recently authored chapters in Maucieri,L.  The Distracted Couple  and in Cantor and Evan's Clinical Neurotherapy.   Dr. Gluck has a chapter co-authored with Dr. Wand on LORETA and SPECT Scans in Drs. Thatcher and Lubar's book on LORETA Neurofeedback.

Dr. Gluck is a father of three children, 2 boys and a girl, all of whom he has close relationships with. His oldest son is a lieutenant firefighter/paramedic and married to a registered nurse. They have children. His daughter is a qualifed ESE teacher and taught in an elementary Autism cluster for grades K-2. She is married to a local martial artist and together they direct USK Karate where they offer classes for typical and special needs students. His youngest son is a Sargeant in the military. He was a part of the Iraq war, and has since come home. Dr. Gluck understands the responsibility of caring for children and is sensitive to all things surrounding family and personal growth.