Meet The Team

OUR APPROACH TO CARE

At Revive Treatment Centers of America®, we believe that every person's brain is unique, and the injury or disease that the person is dealing with must be approached as such. In this era of neurological advances and individualized treatment plans evolving on a regular basis, recovering from a brain injury requires truly personalized care, delivered by experts trained in the complexities of applied clinical neuroscience.

Dr. Joshua Flowers DC, DACNB

CEO/ Physician

Dr. Joshua Flowers is a family man that finds strength and guidance from his family and his faith in God. He graduated from Logan University with a degree in Chiropractic. Dr. Flowers has focused his studies toward Neurology, Immunology, and Medicine Since 2010. Dr. Flowers is a board certified functional neurologist and continues his education in clinical neuroscience.

Dr. Flowers has practiced for several years in Colorado where he specialized in Traumatic Brain injury rehab, Childhood developmental delays, neurodegenerative and metabolic disorders. 
Manuel Nuñez DC
President/ Physician
Dr. Manuel Nuñez graduated from Logan University with a degree in Chiropractic. Dr. Nuñez has a passion to help patients live better and love life more, which has directed him in his studies. Dr. Nuñez has focused his studies toward Neurology, Immunology, and Neuro-Orthopedics Since 2011. Dr. Nuñez is a board eligible functional neurologist and continues his education in clinical neuroscience.

Dr. Nuñez has practiced for several years in Texas where he specialized in Traumatic Brain injury rehab, Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation and neurodegenerative and metabolic disorders. Dr. Nuñez is pursuing further studies in emergency medicine.
Dr Scharlene Gaudet DC
Veteran Director/ Physician
Dr. Scharlene Gaudet attended Parker University and graduated with a degree in Chiropractic. She has a passion for helping Veterans; her family is comprised of Veterans thus her interest. Dr. Gaudet practiced for several years in Texas where she worked with several Veteran organizations such as VA Center of Texas which specializes in Traumatic Brain injury, Neuro-Orthopedic Rehab., neurodegenerative, and metabolic disorders.

Dr. Gaudet and her husband enjoy hiking and motor cross when not working. She volunteers with service dog organizations and has two dogs of her own.
Caleb Greer BSN RN
Clinician
Caleb started his graduate educational journey at Parker University where he studied Chiropractic. It was during this time that Caleb was selected to participate in an internship at Carrick Brain Centers, where he became immersed in clinical neuroscience and functional medicine. After acknowledging limitations in the Chiropractic scope, Caleb decided to pursue a different track to become a nurse practitioner. He graduated with his Bachelor’s degree in nursing from The University of Texas at Arlington and is now in a family nurse practitioner program at Morningside College. Caleb’s experience has developed into a simple paradigm, to reintroduce and optimize function through a multidisciplinary approach that integrates neurology, immunology, nutrition, biomechanics, and medicine.

Caleb is a family man and spends most of his time with his wife Shyann and soon-to-be son, Knox. His primary hobbies are playing the piano, practicing yoga, gymnastics, studying, and enjoying a cup of coffee or two in the local coffee shop.
Tram Parsons RMA
Medical Assistant
Tram Parsons went to school in Texas at Collin County Community School where she got her degree as a Registered Medical Assistant. She has been since in the medical field for over 10 years and enjoys interacting with all spectrum of patients. In the last 4 years, she has been trained in neuro rehab and found her strengths with childhood developmental delays, autism, and traumatic brain injury. 

When she isn't in the office, she likes to travel and hike/bike with her husband and pit bull, Niko. 
Katie Angell
Medical Assistant
Katie is a native to Colorado and is actively involved in volunteering for the Colorado St. Bernard rescue, and the Littleton Museum. She earned her degree from Red Rocks Community College as a Registered Radiographer, is a nationally certified Phlebotomist, and an honorary Veterinary Technician. Katie became interested in functional neurology while working at the ortho-neuro surgery center at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Denver. She shines at assisting developmentally delayed children and adults and enjoys celebrating progress with them. As a humanitarian, she loves the work she performs here at Revive Treatment Centers. You can often find her with a smile on her face, and a dedication to helping out in the community. When not working, she enjoys traveling, dancing, hiking and continuing her education.
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Carriann Terzini
Manager, Professional & Clinical Relations
Carriann has over 6 years of experience working in the field of Functional Neurology and Functional Medicine.  She has a dedication to continuing her education with courses in the fields of Applied Clinical NeuroScience, Functional Medicine, Functional Neurology, Diet, Mindfulness, and Movement. 

Carriann specializes in helping patients with concussion, traumatic brain injury, stroke, autoimmune issues, developmental delay, gut issues (to name a few), identifying if they would be a good candidate for our care.   She has been resourceful for doctors in this field all over the world as a liaison for patient referrals. Over the past several years Carriann has had the opportunity to work at the best neurological rehabilitation centers in the world, and learn from the most highlighted doctors in this community.  Throughout her career as a patient advocate, she has witnessed, first hand, the abilities the clinical team has to improve the lives of the patients who choose this option for their health care needs.

She has been married for 25 years to the love of her life, has 3 amazing children, a wonderful son in law, one precious grandchild, and one adorable grand-pup. She lives in Dallas, Texas with her family and two dogs. Faith, Family, and Friends are the most valuable things in her life.