Brain Health Lifestyle Medicine and Wellness Center

Brain Health Lifestyle Medicine and Wellness Center

The Lifestyle Medicine and Brain Health and Wellness Center is focused on preventing, stalling, or reversing chronic diseases by utilizing 6 pillars of mind-fullness. These pillars include physical activity, healthy food choices, medical management, sleep and rejuvenation, mental fitness, and social interaction.

Our collaborative team of Neurologists, Geriatrician, Physiatrist, and Physician Assistant will target all aspects of your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health to create optimal wellness by complimenting your lifestyle.

Building a personalized wellness road map starts by assessing each patients’ health risks such as high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, nicotine use, personal or family history of cardiac events, stroke, headaches, seizures, BMI >35, stress, poor sleep, mental health concerns, and dementia. It is also necessary to assess any behaviors, barriers, and limitations that would slow or block progress. Patients may receive a complete treatment plan at the Wellness Center or asked to follow up with partner services such as nutrition counseling, exercise prescriptions, and stress management based on individual needs.

This comprehensive approach combines science, evidence-based medicine, technology, a collaborative team, and faith to streamline patient care.

The vision for the Lifestyle Medicine and Brain Health and Wellness Center is to further augment our patients’ experience and treatment outcomes by utilizing a holistic approach through faith, evidence-based medicine, technology, nutrition and diet, exercise programs, meditation, and overall mindfulness. A collaborative team of Neurologists, Geriatrician, Physiatrist, and a Physician Assistant helps prevent delays in care, streamlines patient health by treating the whole person, and creates a cohesive atmosphere with providers in a single office setting.

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Our multidisciplinary team harnessing the expertise of different specialists including sleep specialist trained in neurology, psychiatry, neuropsychologist and psychologist. in addition to medical and surgical therapy, our psychologists provide Cognitive Behavior Therapy-Insomnia (CBT-I), the gold standard treatment for poor sleep. CBT-I utilizes a variety of techniques to improve your sleep by modifying your behavior before bedtime as well as changing the ways of thinking that keep you from falling asleep. You will be first asked to complete a sleep diary and our psychologists will work with you in sessions to help you change the way you sleep. We also provide general psychology services to address symptoms of stress, anxiety, pain, depressed mood, and other psychiatric conditions which may cause sleep difficulties. For those patients interested in research therapies for sleep disorders including insomnia, they can contact Sleep Research Unit (808) 564-6141 or

Multidisciplinary Team

James Campbell, PA-C
Lifestyle Medicine and Wellness      

Paul Smith, MD
Board Certified Preventive Medicine

Vimala Vajjala, MD

Jason Viereck, MD, PhD

Sriharsha Vajjala, MD
Sleep Medicine


Jason Chang, MD
Neurorehabilitation, Brain and Neuromuscular Wellness

Kore Liow, MD
Brain Health & Wellness Research Neurologist

David Kaminskas, MD

Pat Borman, MD
Palliative Pain Management