Rachelle Valenzuela, MS

Practice Director located in Palo Alto, CA

About Rachelle Valenzuela

Rachelle comes to us from Ann Arbor, MI with more than 7 years of experience in vision, speech, and concussion rehabilitation. Rachelle created programs such as the move and learn program, visual training, and the concussion program enhancing brain function with movement and attention. With her background in vision and speech-language pathology, Rachelle has been able to help build the center to a more integrative multi-modal approach to learning and recovery. She has studied and worked with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), traumatic brain injuries, concussions and neurological disorders helping her understand the different needs of each patient. Rachelle is also a huge fan of playing basketball and advocates for enhancing visual skills to improve athletic performance. Throughout the construction of Abbey Neurodynamic Center, Rachelle has worked hard to create an open environment, with a "stigma free" approach to learning and rehabilitation.

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Rachelle comes to us from Ann Arbor, MI with more than 7 years of experience in vision, speech, and concussion rehabilitation. Rachelle created programs such as the move and learn program, visual training, and the concussion program enhancing brain function with movement and attention. With her background in vision and speech-language pathology, Rachelle has been able to help build the center to a more integrative multi-modal approach to learning and recovery. She has studied and worked with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), traumatic brain injuries, concussions and neurological disorders helping her understand the different needs of each patient. Rachelle is also a huge fan of playing basketball and advocates for enhancing visual skills to improve athletic performance. Throughout the construction of Abbey Neurodynamic Center, Rachelle has worked hard to create an open environment, with a "stigma free" approach to learning and rehabilitation.


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