Synapse: Human Performance Centers announces the purchase of The Magnesphere, a whole-body magnetic resonance therapy device.

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DALLAS, January 31, 2020

Synapse: Human Performance Centers, inspired by and located on the campus of Parker University, is pleased to announce the purchase of the Magnesphere magnetic resonance therapy device from Magneceutical Health, of Clearwater, FL. The Magnesphere provides a very low-level, uniform magnetic field aimed at reducing hyperactive sympathetic issues, commonly experienced during chronic stress.

“The Magnesphere is an exciting tool that will be utilized in our Synapse: Human Performance Center”, says Parker University Vice Provost, Patrick Bodnar, DC. “We have been following the product and the company for some time and have seen first-hand the effectiveness of the Magnesphere. We are very excited to be able to provide this for our patients.”

Magneceutical Health will be exhibiting at Parker Seminars – Las Vegas, the largest chiropractic conference in the world. Attendees at the event will have a chance to learn more about the Magnesphere and interested parties can also visit for more info.

About Synapse Human Performance Centers

Synapse: Human Performance Centers (, first location opened in 2019, is a state-of-the-art facility that offers the latest in neuroscience and evidence-based therapies. It is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team of doctors and therapists with an expert understanding of how to stimulate and regenerate brain and nervous system function. Synapse: Human Performance Centers gives patients looking for support with Traumatic Brain Injury (i.e. Concussion or Stroke), Limb Loss, and Balance Issues (i.e. Vertigo, Migraines)  a unique experience using the most innovative treatments and technology, including Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Functional Vision Response Training, and much more.

About Parker University

Parker University (, the 4th fastest growing college in Texas according to the Dallas Business Journal, was founded in 1982 by Dr. James William Parker, originally as Parker College of Chiropractic; in 2011, it changed the name as its curriculum expanded. Today, Parker University has 1,500 students and 27 academic programs including its famed chiropractic program along with master’s degrees in neuroscience, clinical neuroscience, and functional nutrition. Currently, Parker University’s chiropractic cohort is the second largest of any campus in the world.