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  • Dr.
    Adam Harcourt

    Dr. Adam Harcourt is the owner of Imagine X Functional Neurology, a board-certified Functional Neurologist, 4th generation Doctor of Chiropractic, and is certified in Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation (FNOR). Dr. Harcourt is also a Professor of Clinical Neurology for the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies, where he travels both domestically and internationally instructing current and future Functional Neurologists. Dr. Harcourt has also created a 150-hour Migraine fellowship program with which he teaches doctors from all different backgrounds how to treat migraines with his cutting-edge approach based on the latest research (some of which is his own). Dr. Harcourt is also Board President at Jodi House Brain Injury Support Center in Santa Barbara, CA where he volunteers his time and expertise so that victims of traumatic brain injury have somewhere to be supported.

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  • Dr.
    Ben Terrano

    Dr. Ben Terrano is a board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic, a Diplomate in Functional Neurology (DACNB) and Certified Extremity Practitioner (CCEP). Originally from Northern California, he attended California State University, where he earned a degree in Psychology, Kinesiology and Movement Studies. He was an active participant in the kinematics and cadaver labs, performing research studies and cadaveric dissections to better understand the intricacies of the human body. He showed special interest in how the body moves and functions correctly

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  • Dr.
    Stephanie Barbakoff

    Dr. Stephanie Barbakoff is a board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic and a Diplomate of Functional Neurology (DACNB). Originally from New York, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree, graduating cum laude, from State University of New York. With a strong interest in health science, she began exploring different avenues to work with patients in a healthcare setting. She worked in offices of osteopathy, obstetrics, and chiropractic before deciding on holistic health care. She attended Life Chiropractic College West where she earned a Doctorate, graduating magna cum laude with honors. She completed her post-doctorate training through the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies.

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  • Dr.
    Daniel Perman

    Dr. Daniel Perman attended Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, where he pursued a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Neuroscience, graduating cum laude with honors. He was also a research assistant in the Neurobiology Department of Harvard Medical School. His intense interest in Neuroscience led him to pursue his Doctorate of Chiropractic and ultimately his Diplomate in Functional Neurology. A New York native, Dr. Perman grew up with a passion for science and the performing arts. Throughout his tenure in Boston, he participated in numerous research studies. While he enjoyed research, he wanted to work directly with people. This desire, along with his interest in neuroscience, led him to Functional Neurology. He graduated Salutatorian, summa cum laude from Life Chiropractic College West in California, then pursued his board-certification in Functional Neurology from the Carrick Institute. For Dr. Perman, Functional Neurology brilliantly combines his love of science and performance.

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Office Hours

Monday:

10:00 am-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-6:30 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

Review From Our Satisfied Patient

  • "A great practice. Caring, helpful, knowledgeable and when I'm there, I feel like I'm the only one that matters. I highly recommend going in for a consultation with anything that might be bothering you. You'll be glad you did!*"
    - Julie M. / Santa Barbara, CA

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