Elevate Health Clinics is a specialized practice treating individuals with head injuries, including concussion, in a holistic way. We help patients not only with diagnosis and treatment of head injuries, assisting with everything from counseling to biofeedback but also other needs, such as finding related health providers and even legal assistance for accident victims.
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Jeffrey Bullard is the Chief Medical Officer for Elevate Heath Clinics. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wyoming before moving to Nebraska for his Doctor of Medicine Degree from Creighton University’s School of Medicine, and then completed his Family Practice Residency in Norfolk, Virginia.
Upon finishing his residency, Dr. Bullard returned to North Texas. He founded MaxHealth in 1998 with a passion to change the delivery of medicine. He was also a pioneer in changing the accepted norm of long wait times and impersonal medical care by structuring schedules that allowed both scheduled and walk-in appointments each day and offering patient-friendly hours. This concept was later coined “open access” and has become a standard in quality care.
After being featured in a 1998 Dallas-Fort Worth healthcare journal in recognition for his progressive thinking, Dr. Bullard hasn’t slowed down. He and his team have expanded from the traditional family practice service offerings to conveniently and proactively help patients shift their focus to wellness. Dr. Bullard spends much of his time teaching throughout the country on topics ranging from the diagnosis and treatment of depression to hypertension management. Additionally, he is used as a consultant on healthcare delivery and the effective use of information technology in medical practices. Dr. Bullard has been honored by being voted a TopDoc of Ft. Worth and has been featured multiple times on the television show TopDocs of DFW.
Dr. Bullard strives to practice what he preaches. He, his wife Molly, and their sons Max and Zak keep active with skiing, snowboarding, boating, wake-boarding, scuba diving, and hiking.
Mandeep Chahil is the Medical Director and Director of Neurology for Elevate Health Clinics. He knows that prompt and accurate diagnosis is the key to treating traumatic brain injury, and it’s his goal to give patients answers about their condition quickly. “In the world of neurology, the key in treatment lies in expeditious neurologic diagnosis which we here at Elevate strive to achieve.”
Dr. Chahil completed his neurology residency at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, and went on to complete a fellowship in Neurophysiology with emphasis on neuromuscular diseases as well as neuro-intraoperative monitoring. He is a Board-Certified neurologist and serves as the stroke director at Baylor Scott and White All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas, as well as serving as the medical director and director of neurology at Elevate Health Clinics. He’s also a partner in the largest private neurology practice in Fort Worth, Texas.
He feels his work at Elevate Clinics is important because of the team approach to recovery. “We understand that even a minor injury can lead to significant neurological issues, and that’s why we have a dedicated team in place to have patients undergo a thorough neurological evaluation by a Board-Certified neurologist and comprehensive neurocognitive/neuropsychology testing to make a prompt and accurate diagnosis.” Because quick diagnosis is so important, Elevate Health Clinics has locations in both Dallas and Tarrant Counties, and their Dallas clinic is equipped to see both pediatric patients 12 years and older as well as Spanish-speaking patients.
“We customize treatment on an individual basis to ensure that patients recover as quickly as possible. This includes vestibular/balance therapy, electroencephalography testing, and diagnosis of nerve and muscle disorders with electromyography and nerve conduction testing. We also offer licensed counselors to help patients that are suffering from psychological injury from concussions.”
Dr. Chahil is inspired by what he sees every day, in terms of patients’ level of recovery, and what’s new in the field of neurology. “There is so much that we can do today for various neurological conditions which was not possible before.” Those advances have led him to believe that with the right team and the right plan, recovery from brain injury can be even more complete.
Dr. Amy Parish is a neuropsychologist specializing in brain injury/TBI, Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss, dementia staging, multiple sclerosis, stroke, movement disorders, Parkinson’s disease, ADHD-adult only and more. As a former medical assistant, Amy was often tasked to presenting diagnosis results to patients and their family members which in many circumstances, resulted in major life changes and challenges ahead. In an effort to approach these tough conversations in the best way possible, Amy made the decision to pursue neuropsychology.
She completed pre-doctoral internships with Kaiser Permanente Hospital, VA Sierra Nevada Health Clinic, and Timber-Ridge Ranch Neuro-rehabilitation Center. Her clinical internship was held at University of Kansas School of Medicine; Kansas City, KS. Additional experience was held at Neuropsychology Post-Doctoral Residency at St. Vincent’s Health System, Little Rock, AR.
Passionate about sharing her knowledge, she is a noted speaker in stroke, multiple sclerosis, pain management, TBI, substance use, bariatric procedures, Alzheimer’s disease, and mood disorders. Dr. Parish has been published in pain management research presented nationally and is a professional member of the American Psychological Association and National Academy of Neuropsychology.
In her spare time, Amy enjoys spending time with her 3 children, her husband of 20 years and volunteering at their church located in North Richland Hills.
Bren Hines received her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics at the University of Kentucky. She then moved to Louisville, KY to earn her master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Sullivan University. She has a strong interest in neurology, as she completed her graduate Capstone Project studying the role of gender risks, recovery, and future outcomes for sports-related concussions. After receiving her degree and graduating with honors, she relocated to Dallas to experience opportunities outside of Kentucky.
Bren is licensed by the Texas State Board of Physician Assistant Examiners and certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. She is a member of American Academy of Physician Assistants and Texas Academy of Physician Assistants.
In her free time, Bren enjoys being active outdoors with her dogs, cooking, trying new foods, and traveling with her husband.