When you are suffering from a neurological condition, it can be difficult just to navigate normal day-to-day activities. We at GBPC understand these unique challenges and we are here to help.

Greater Boston Performance Care (GBPC) offers active care designed to prevent, evaluate, treat and rehabilitate injuries for both recreational and competitive athletes of all ages. GBPC specializes in integrating neurology-based treatment and modalities. We at GBPC take pride in our ability to return patients to active duty/play in an industry-leading time frame. Treatment schedules are designed to accommodate in-season competitive athletes on an urgent basis. All critical resources for treatment and chiropractic aftercare of injuries, including physical therapy, are available at our convenient location in Dedham at the Dedham Health & Athletic Complex. We serve patients of all ages in the Greater Boston area.

At GBPC the priorities of care are simple: We identify the problem(s); fix the identified tissue, strengthen the necessary patterns of musculature and neurology, support the repair by ensuring rapid ground force integration, and help you self-regulate as a preventative measure. Our methods are deeply rooted in the science that governs the fields of Chiropractic Medicine, Functional Neurology, and high-end sports performance training.

The mission of GBPC is to advance clinical outcomes and human performance through the systematic application of neural-based receptor activation. Our sequentially driven system recognizes the supremacy of the motor cortex and the encompassing neural pathways that influence motor integration. Our philosophy permits the acceptance of techniques and systems that can aid in both increasing cortical activation and muscular activation helping to drive a rapid healing response.

Joshua Helm DC, DACNB

Dr. Helm has served as Clinic Director of Greater Boston Performance Care for over 3 years, with a primary focus on sport’s injuries, concussion rehabilitation, functional neurology, and vestibular disorders. He completed his clinical education through the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs in Western NY where he was first exposed to brain-based treatment strategies and the exceptional nuance in patient outcomes. Dr. Helm acquired his Board Certification from the American Chiropractic Neurology Board in 2020. The neurological aspect of care and its effect on the recovering athlete has always been a crucial focus of Dr. Helm’s in creating lasting improvement in his patients.Growing up in Bethlehem, NY, he found his life-long passion for martial arts, Aikido, Judo and Brazilian Jujitsu. Dr. Helm has made it his mission to find the most effective treatment strategies to bring individuals out of pain and dysfunction, and back to doing what they love. In his free time, Dr. Helm enjoys spending time with his wife and their puppy.

Camilla Anderson, DC

Dr. Anderson is originally from Toronto, Ontario, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology at the University of Toronto. Through playing collegiate lacrosse and various other sports growing up, she was frequently injured and exposed to many different types of therapy. It was through these experiences that she developed her love for helping others and decided to take the path of becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic. She moved to upstate New York to complete her studies at the Northeast College of Health Sciences and later to Buffalo, NY to finish off her clinical rotations. In Buffalo, she gained greater experiences by rotating through the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs Hospital in Western NY and the University at Buffalo. Throughout her schooling and past experiences, Dr. Anderson became passionate about brain-based treatments and how effective it was at improving patients’ quality of life and the long-lasting benefits that it can have on various different injuries. In her free time, Dr. Anderson enjoys staying active and volunteering her time at the local animal shelter.

DACNB Accreditation

A Chiropractic Neurologist is a Doctor of Chiropractic or the equivalent that has taken 300 post-doctoral hours of coursework in functional neurology and passed the rigorous written and performance exams required for certification by the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. These doctors are referred to as Diplomates of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB). DACNB’s use the patients’ body and environment to assess, diagnose, and localize areas of dysfunction. The human body systems are constantly affecting the neurological system and being effected by the neurological system. The human neurological system is constantly affecting and being affected by the body’s other systems, such as the musculoskeletal system. DACNB’s use this functional and holistic approach to target interventions specific to the location of the dysfunction.

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