A Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist, Dr.
Jaillet has been doing research in the field of neurology
for the past ten years. He has earned over 1500+
content hours in both Applied Kinesiology and Neurology.
A native of Massachusetts, he moved to Texas in 1991with
his family to attend Parker College of Chiropractic.
Married, with two children, he has maintained a busy
chiropractic practice in Carrollton, Texas for nine
during treatment with two world class athletes,
Dr. Jaillet developed the concept and first prototype
for Eyelights, a therapeutic device that uses light
to stimulate the non-dominant brain/system. Through
further research he found that light and color therapy
also increased a child’s ability to learn.
Eyelights are now being worn worldwide by Olympic
gold medalists, children with learning disabilities,
and people suffering from neurological disorders.
Dr. Jaillet received his diplomate in Clinical Neurology
under the guidance of Dr. Frederick Carrick. Dr.
Jaillet is currently teaching and speaking throughout
the country, and continues to do research on alternative
treatments of brain disorders and innovative therapies
for the learning impaired.
Dr. Jaillet would like to thank the following mentors
and teachers who have been influential in his life
Dr. John Bandy, DC, DIBAK
Dr. Frederick Carrick, DC, PhD, DACAN, DABCN, DACNB,
Dr. George Goodheart, DC, DIBAK
Dr. Michael Hall, DC, DACNB
Dr. Adam Klotzek, DC, DACNB
Dr. David Leaf, DC, DIBAK
Dr. Evan Mladenoff, DC, DIBAK
Dr. Phil Maffetone, DC
Dr. Peter Percuoco, DC, CCST, DACNB
Dr. Tom Rogowskey, DC, DIBAK
Dr. Wally Schmitt, DC, DACNB, DIBAK