NTL Group is a union of the healthcare specialists and researchers whose main idea is to help those suffering from upsetting human brain injuries, addictions, issues with brain activity and neurodevelopment delays recover in a competent manner. The union mixes neuroscience technologies with neuro-engineering philosophies that have given rise to original programs, procedures, and cognitive rehabilitative methods for those experiencing brain-based problems.
Curtis Cripe: The renowned neuroengineer
Curtis Cripe has been associated with NTL Group and is elected as the director of research and development. He works as a neuroengineer and specializes in behavioral medicine in the group. Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, NTL Group offers neuroengineered services which are mentioned below:
- NeuroEval: It examines neuron function, brain physiology, cells, structures, memories, biochemistry, skill levels, brain systems interactions, individual personality traits, neuro development, and environment effects.
- NeuroCoach: This is an ideal solution for those who suffer from neuro-developmental interruptions, head injuries or addictions. The programs offer certain exercises while at the same time monitor the client’s brain performance all through sessions.
- NeuroCodeX: It is a special report that encompasses the data collected and offers the information in a systematic, easy to understand setup that aids the patient along with the family to understand their brain and its function. The Report may comprise of the problems that have been recognized through the NeuroEval and will mention the suitable solutions that aim detailed brain areas.
- NeuroPathways: It enables the patient and therapist to understand how many times per week each client is allocated their program, when the program should change, length of time for each section of the program etc.
Being a published brain development expert and research author, Dr. Cripe right now performs neuroengineering at NTL Group. He came into the field of behavioral medicine after completing the successful engineering career. His activities in the behavioral medicine field include the establishment of Crossroads Institute, an organization that assists family members who have been suffering from brain injuries or suffer from learning disabilities. In addition to this he has developed programs that are designed to support brain development in young people who suffer from deferred development and aids injured adults recover brain function.
At present, Dr. Curtis Cripe is a chief researcher at the NTL Group, Ltd where he explores the fields of behavioral medicine and neuroengineering. He is known for his believed leadership and is the talented author of several peer-reviewed periodicals and a number of books based on the subjects of research. Dr. Cripe is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society for Academics which is a nonprofit organization. He is also an INPP instructor for brain development, Certified Peak Performance Instructor and Certified Neurotherapy Instructor.
Prior to working in behavior medicine, Dr. Cripe has served as a systems engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he contributed to outer space planetary investigation assignments. He has also worked in software development at Department of Defense contractor TRW, Inc.