Thank you for reaching out to BrainCARE. I often work with people who have struggled for months or years with issues surrounding their brain function. I will take the time to listen and I think you’ll notice the difference. I only deal with your brain health issues. I will not replace your primary care doctor or other specialists but augment their treatment strategies.


Office Appointments (Virtual, by phone, and in-person)

  1. Click on the below four required forms and take time to provide the information (#2 below) to initiate scheduling an initial office appointment:
  2. Please take the time to detail the following and email me this in Word format:
    • Your current medical situation (a timeline is always helpful). If it involves a head injury or concussion, be sure to include as much detail as possible about the incident itself.
    • Past medical and surgical history.
    • A list of all current medications and nutritional supplements and dosages.
    • What therapies or modalities (examples – HBOT, chiropractic, etc), medications, and supplements you have tried and what they did or did not do for you or why you stopped.
    • Any other information you believe will help me be a better partner to you in your healthcare.
    • Most importantly, what are your goals? What is success for you?
  3. Email all the above information and forms to BRAINCARECLINIC@GMAIL.COM.
  4. Once these items are received, my office will reach out to you by email to coordinate a time for the consultation.
  5. If we decide to work together towards bettering your brain health, we will agree to work together for a minimum of six months as brain health issues do not resolve overnight.
  6. If blood work is indicated, this will be scheduled prior to the initial appointment.
  7. Unfortunately, we are not able to participate with any insurance programs at this time.

Initial office/phone/video appointments: plan for 1.5 to 2 hours in length.


ONE-TIME ONLY Telephone Consultation (including discussing patient care with another doctor) – This covers only a one-time 30 minute consultation and does not include continuing care by phone or email. If continuing care is required, this consultation will convert to a full office visit. 

1. Click on the below four required forms and take time to provide the information (#2 below) to initiate scheduling a one-time telephone consultation:

  1. Please take the time to detail the following and email me this in Word format:
    • Your current medical situation (a timeline is always helpful). If it involves a head injury or concussion, be sure to include as much detail as possible about the incident itself.
    • Past medical and surgical history.
    • A list of all current medications and nutritional supplements and dosages.
    • What therapies or modalities (examples – HBOT, chiropractic, etc), medications, and supplements you have tried and what they did or did not do for you or why you stopped.
    • Any other information you believe will help me be a better partner to you in your healthcare.
    • Maybe most importantly, what are your goals? What is success for you?
  2. Email all the above information and forms to BRAINCARECLINIC@GMAIL.COM.
  3. Once these items are received, my office will reach out to you by email to coordinate a time for the consultation.
  4. If blood work is indicated, this will be scheduled prior to the consultation.
  5. Unfortunately, we are not able to participate with any insurance programs at this time.

On-Going Services beyond the initial period 

If you would like to continue your care beyond the initial period or one-time telephone consultation, please use this form:


More information:

The journey to regain brain health is often long and convoluted. I understand the pain this causes in addition to the injury itself. I look forward to walking the labyrinth with you to achieve the optimal brain health deserved.

To your health,

Mike Lewis

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Michael Lewis, MD, MPH, MBA, FACPM, FACN
Colonel (Retired), U.S. Army
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Author, When Brains Collide: What every athlete and parent should know about the prevention and treatment of concussions and head injuries
www.WhenBrainsCollide.com