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Dr. Ross Flowers receives and accepts a variety of professional referrals. While the most common are from medical professionals, coaches, family members, managers and executives, Dr. Flowers welcomes the opportunity to service your needs. 


Primary Physician, Ortho/Neurosurgeons, Chiropractors, Physical Therapist make referrals to address cognitive pain associated with physical issues such as:

  •       Neck, shoulder, back, hip, and knee painback_massage.jpg 
  •       Chronic headache and migraine
  •       Fibromyalgia pain
  •       Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • business_man.jpgDiagnosis of mental issues (anxiety/stress, depression, adjustment issues, post-traumatic stress, performance issues)
  •       Therapeutic treatment


Coaches, Team Managers, Executives seeking improved individual and team performance make referrals to address:

  •       Lack of motivation to train or competeSwish_Bron_Bron.JPG
  •       Inconsistent training and performance
  •            Poor focus and skill execution
  •       Increased anxiety and stress
  •       Lack of goal and performance planning
  •       Lack of self-esteem and self-confidenceDSCN0158.JPG
  •       Chronic pain and injury
  •       Distractions from performance
  •       Undeveloped life skills to manage challenges, setbacks and distraction
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Parents and Teachers seeking improved individual performance make referrals to address:

  •       Lack of motivationDevelopmental_VB_National_Team.jpg
  •       Inconsistent performance
  •       Poor focus and skill execution
  •       Increased anxiety and stress
  •       Lack of goal and performance planning
  •       Lack of self-esteem and self-confidence
  •       Chronic complaining
  •       Distractions from performance
  •       Undeveloped life skills to manage challenges, setbacks and distraction

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