Synapse Brain Treatment Center Hawaii



Synapse


Hawaii's Brain
Treatment Center


MeRT employs the use of noninvasive
magnetic waves directed at specific
areas of the brain that are not
communicating or connecting as they
should, to gently stimulate those regions.

MeRT is Safe and Gentle


Conditions treated include Autism, ADHD,
Concussions and Cognitive Performance.

Our Doctor

Synapse Brain Treatment Center Medical Director
Gregory K. Yim, M.D.

Dr. Yim has been practicing Pediatric Neurology and Pediatrics for over two decades. He was born and raised in Kaneohe, Hawaii, and is a graduate of Punahou School. Dr. Yim earned his B.A. from Dartmouth College and received his M.D. from Thomas Jefferson School of Medicine. He completed his Pediatric Residency at Kapiolani Medical Center and continued on to do his Pediatric Neurology Fellowship at Columbia University's Neurological Institute.

Dr. Yim is a Diplomat of the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry, certified with Special Qualification in Child Neurology. He is also a Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatrics.

Dr. Yim is an Associate Clinical Professor at the Department of Pediatrics, University of Hawaii School of Medicine.

Dr. Yim has been a champion of children's health and wellness. He has been involved in multiple community organizations that support children.

Now, by opening Synapse, Hawai'i's Brain Treatment Center, Dr. Yim is bringing this cutting-edge technology, MeRT, to Hawaii to help individuals with Autism, ADHD, learning disorders, concussions, and other neurological disorders.

Why Magnetic Resonance Therapy is Safe and Gentle

Our Treatment begins with very thorough imaging and diagnostics to hone in on the exact areas of the brain that are not communicating the way they should. Gentle magnetic stimulation is then used on these specific regions of the brain to nurture and improve connectivity and functionality.

Conditions We Treat

Autism

ADHD

Concussion

Cognitive


Featured on "The Doctors" TV Show and "Autism One" Conference