Neurogistics is practitioner owned and operated. Clinical expertise is needed in every step of the process to achieve brain wellness. The patient experience and positive outcome is the most important goal for the Neurogistics team.
Pam Machemehl Helmly, CN
Chief Executive Officer
Pam is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in Scientific Nutrition. She has worked in the healthcare industry since 1981, beginning as an undergraduate doing research at Texas Children’s Hospital in a study on Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. Pam oversees all aspects of patient care, laboratory findings, formula determinations and technology for Neurogistics. Previously, Pam acted as the Wellness Director for Peoples Pharmacy in Austin, TX and as a Health Care Administrator for Sanus Healthcare in Houston, Texas. Pam served on the NCAA professional panel for the “Project Yes” Program as the nutritional consultant. She has spoken at numerous industry and academic gatherings and a host of independent seminars. Her topics center on improving physical outcome for professional athletes through nutrition, women’s health issues, nutrition in pharmaceutical settings, PTSD and decreasing ADD/ADHD/ spectrum-like symptoms through nutritional intervention. Pam was also a featured segment on Stay Fit America with former WNBA player Fran Harris on the Fox Network.
Pam’s focus on treating the “whole patient” rather than just symptoms or one single biomedical test on a client has improved the outcome of the Neurogistics patients. Her passion and the majority of her research are related to neurological disorders. Having completed well over 62,000 neurological urinalysis profiles, Pam is a leader in the field of changing the brain to improve mood, focus, behavior, enhance sports performance, and aid in the treatment of eating disorders. Pam sees a variety of patients from internationally adopted children to professional athletes in her private practice as well as other children and adults desiring to be as healthy as possible. Her greatest desire for the future is to expand her work in improving patient outcomes through proper cellular nutrition, improved gut integrity and balanced brain chemistry. Pam drives laboratories to produce the most technologically advanced testing in a timely manner.
Dr. Philip J. Henry
Chief Science Officer
Dr. Phil Henry received his PhD in counseling/psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is a licensed psychologist. His greatest passion is the integration of neuroscience with counseling/psychology. He is currently completing an American Psychological Association designate post-doctorate program in Psychopharmacology at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
In his psychology practice, Dr. Henry utilizes a wholistic approach, combining counseling, neurotransmitter testing, nutrition, neuroscience and exercise. In completing his doctoral work, Dr. Henry was involved in clinical trials for several psychotropic medications. In addition to his PhD and post-doctoral studies, Dr. Henry was awarded a B.A. from Palm Beach Atlantic University, a M.Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a M.S. from Chestnut Hill College.
Dr. Henry has taught for the past thirteen years in the graduate counseling/psychology program at Palm Beach Atlantic University, where his areas of expertise include the treatment of substance abuse, addiction, brain development, neuroscience and counseling theories. Dr. Henry previously taught at Temple University, Chestnut Hill College and Eastern College as well. Dr. Henry is a frequent speaker and lecturer on a wide range of topics including neuroscience, brain development, the treatment of ADD and ADHD, motivational interviewing, maximizing brain potential, the role of the HPA axis in addiction, the use of neurotransmitter testing in clinical practice and the effects of abuse on brain development.
Emily Roberts, LPC, MA
Therapeutic and Parenting Consultant: Children's Program
Emily has worked with Neurogistics for over eight years; she is dedicated to helping children in-need and providing families with support. Her background in Counseling Psychology allows her to assist parents and families in the Neurogistics Child’s Program. Emily is able to help our parents by suggesting resources, offer psycho-education and collaborate with practitioners in the children’s program to optimize outcomes. Emily received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and her Masters Degree in Counseling from St. Edwards University in Austin, Texas. Her education and work experience has allowed her to conduct and work on many studies and experiments. Her internship experience includes diagnostic testing and psychotherapy, specifically working with children and adolescents, many of whom were adopted or in foster care. Emily has extensive experience working with a variety of populations and disorders; children and young adults suffering from anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD, Eating Disorders, Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), are among the many that she works with. For the past two years she has worked intensively with the Asperger’s and Autism population, as well. She has been trained in a variety of therapeutic parenting approaches, Trauma First Aid, and family therapy. Emily is an author, educational speaker, and parenting consultant. Emily is available for private appointments in person or by phone. For more information email Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org, look at her website www.EmilyRobertsMA.com, or follow her on Twitter http://twitter.com/EmilyRobertsLPC for parenting tips and advice.
Champane Frias, Dipl. CN
Director of Practitioner Services
Champane joined the Neurogistics team in February of 2010. Champane can be found at the pulse of all that occurs at Neurogistics. Her experience as a small business owner prepared her for the myriad of responsibilities that she would take over at Neurogistics. Champane started in the accounting department prior to moving into the clinical services. Her love of learning, patient care and science prompted her desire to study nutrition.
Champane earned her diploma in Comprehensive Nutrition through Huntington College of Health Sciences. Champane acts as a clinician to adult clients coming to Neurogistics without a practitioner of their own. She continues to work closely as an apprentice under Pam Machemehl Helmly. Champane is a diligent student of nutrition and neuroscience. She attributes her love of natural health, and desire to help those in need, to her Faith.
International Services and Manufacturing Manager
Brooks joined the Neurogistics team in the summer of 2012. Brooks has had a career in warehousing and logistics for almost ten years, rising from an entry level shipping employee to management, working with several leading shipping and distribution centers. With almost a decade of practical experience in warehousing and logistics management, Brooks has taken over all of Neurogistics’ shipping and manufacturing needs as well as services for our international clients.
His passion for efficiency and knowledge of the logistic and manufacturing industries make him a valuable asset to the Neurogistics Company. Brooks worked at Neurogistics while attending Texas A & M University as well. His knowledge of world shipping, geography and cultural practices has allowed Neurogistics to grow into markets in the Middle East, India and China.
Patient Care Manager
Colleen began working for Neurogistics in the summer of 2012. She received her BS degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Communications with an emphasis in communication sciences and disorders.
Her interest in nutrition, psychology, the brain, energy and integrative health drew her to her previous work in both neuroendocrine and chiropractic practices, as well as massage school administration. Her kind spirit and positive attitude make her a pleasure to work with, not only for the Neurogistics team, but also for our clients.