Dr. Bradley Rauch is in his 41st year in private practice specializing in functional neurology and brain function. He has opened 10 chiropractic offices in the U.S., Italy and the Dominican Republic. He has organized, run and participated in humanitarian health care mission trips to Haiti, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico, Russia and Israel. In 2010 he co-founded the Mission Life International Orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti four months after the devastating earthquake. Ten years later, the orphanage continues to house, cloth, feed, educate and love 29 children. Dr. Rauch is owner and director of Stowe Chiropractic in Stowe, Vermont. In January 2021, he is opening "Vermont Functional Neurology". He travels extensively lecturing around the world on human potential, chiropractic and achieving optimal health. Also in 2021 the "Casa Isabella Healing Center" in Tepotzlan, Mexico will be opening. For many years now he has been a passionate kitesurfer and automobile enthusiast. He is the father of 4 four children adopted from China, South Korea and the U.S.