Podcast Sponsorship Opportunity

Strength and Serenity... Love and Light... Rock and Roll!

Mission:
Spreading hope, awareness, and safe and effective tools for neurorehabilitation and brain optimization.
What kind of sponsors are we looking for?
  • If you, your clinic, or your company provide excellent care for brain injury/disease, we would like to connect with you.
  • If you, your clinic, or your company produce superb brain building nutritional supplements or food products, we’d like to connect with you.
  • If you or your company provide real food gastric feeds to patients… we’d like to connect with you. 
  • If you simply want to support these efforts to improve a billion brains and a billion lives… we’d like to connect with you.
Why Sponsor the Adventures in Brain Injury Podcast?
Sponsorship of the AiBI Podcast shows the world that...
  • Your company's brand, products, and/or services are excellent for better brain function and repair.
  • Your work is effective for brain injury/disease treatment and/or for optimizing brain function. 
  • Your work is endorsed by brain injury survivors with remarkable recoveries.
Do you help to improve neuro-rehabilitation or brain optimization?
Sponsorship Opportunities:
Levels of Sponsorship:
If you are approved, we have a few different levels of sponsorship:
--LEVEL 1--
Featured Resource:
Stand out in Resource Section or Products section of Website:
  • Your clinic or company featured, bolded, and linked in the resource section of the Adventures in Brain Injury or Feed a Brain page.
--LEVEL 2--
Featured Resource AND Sidebar Ad:
Standout in Resource Section or Products section of website AND Sidebar ad on all blog posts:
  • Your clinic or company featured, bolded, and linked in the resource section of the Adventures in Brain Injury or Feed a Brain page
  • Your sidebar ad on all blog posts placed on the website to drive more traffic to your site or practice (if needed, we will design a sidebar ad for you). 
--LEVEL 3--
Post-Roll Podcast Sponsorship: 
Receive mention for your support of the information that we put out.
  •  10+ second spot at the end of each episode of the Adventures in Brain Injury Podcast
  •  Your clinic or company featured, bolded, and linked in the resource section of the Adventures in Brain Injury or Feed a Brain page
  • Your company or practice's banner on the podcast page of each episode that you sponsor (if needed, we will design a banner for you).
--LEVEL 4--
Post-Roll Podcast Sponsorship: 
Receive mention for your support of the information that we put out.
  •  10+ second spot at the beginning of each episode of the Adventures in Brain Injury Podcast
  •  Your clinic or company featured, bolded, and linked in the resource section of the Adventures in Brain Injury or Feed a Brain page
  • Your company or practice's banner on the podcast page of each episode that you sponsor (if needed, we will design a banner for you).
What does my money go?
  • Audience building/generating traffic
  • Newsletters, posts, and podcast, video, and other content creation to further promote what we are doing in neurorehabilitation.
  • Content editing/posting/sharing (podcasts, videos, blog posts, social media content (Facebook live).
  • Social media ads and specialist work for organic social media shares.
Wanna talk about it? Let's Chat...
Podcast Reach:
  • 20,000 downloads
  • 5 stars on iTunes
  • Growing audience 
  • Co-hosts with strong and inspiring recovery stories
  • Inspiring and educational content from patients and practitioners
Who is Our Audience
  • TBI and stroke community (including loved ones and practitioners who work with)
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) community (including loved ones and practitioners who work with)
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) community (including loved ones and practitioners who work with)
  • Parkinson’s community (including loved ones and practitioners who work with)

Athletes and coaches who are at risk for brain injury (and their loved ones)

Nootropics community (everyday people interested in ways to “hack” their brain function)
  • People into “smart drugs”: supplements, nutraceuticals, and functional foods that improve one or more aspects of mental function.
Guests Ranging From...
-Survivors
-Loved ones of survivors
-Neurologists
-Functional Neurologists
-Physical Therapists
-Occupational Therapists
-Speech Language Pathologists

-Neurosurgeons
-Medical Doctors (MDs)
-Naturopathic Doctors (NDs)
-Neurobiologists
-Researchers and Teachers (PhDs)
...and more


Podcast Reach and Field Growth:
Our ability to educate people on the power of different modalities for healing is beneficial for patients as well as everyone working in the fields that utilize safe and effective tools for neuro-rehabilitation.

We promote the integrative, safe, and effective approaches of functional medicine, functional neurology and neuro-optometry as well as safe and effective tools used to improve brain function and recovery.

Who Are We?
Cavin Balaster:
-Cavin Balaster  
Author of How to Feed a Brain, creator of FeedaBrain.com and AdventuresinBrainInjury.com, and co-host of the Adventures in Brain Injury Podcast.
My name is Cavin Balaster. I am the author of How to Feed a Brain: Nutrition for Optimal Brain Function and Repair. I am also a speaker, coach, educator, and a survivor of a severe traumatic brain injury.  
In 2011, I survived a two-story fall, was comatose for twelve days, diagnosed with a diffuse axonal injury (DAI) and was given less than a 10% chance of recovery. After finally waking from a 12-day coma, serious complications arose with the need to induce a second coma. In the following months, I endured severe brain fog, memory loss, breathing problems, in coordination with the left side of my body (my left hand was completely flexed inward), and...
I didn't eat, walk, or talk for months.
At a pivotal moment, I was introduced to functional medicine and functional neurology, which illuminated for me a different way of looking at recovery. As several treatments, exercises, and therapies were implemented...
I began to reclaim the mental clarity I had before my injury.
I utilized this regained clarity and dove into study, contacting practitioners of many different specialties to better understand how I could optimize my own recovery.
I now drive, ride bikes, camp, play guitar, sing, and even practice martial arts!
After my injury, I did not know if I'd ever recover enough to lead a successful life, but I vowed that if I did get better, I would work to share the most effective tools that I found throughout recovery, and that is what my websites are all about: Improving a Billion Brains… Improving a Billion Lives!
I have been working with doctors, nutritionists, professors, functional neurologists, and dieticians, to put together resources to help and guide others.
Click the banner below to learn more about me and the resources I provide to brain injury survivors and loved ones.
-Michelle Malmberg
Certified GAPS Practitioner and Co-Host of the
Adventures in Brain Injury Podcast 
adventuresinbraininjury.com
Michelle Malmberg
Michelle is a former ballroom and Latin dancer, choreographer, a mother, and all-around lovely human being who
was given a 1% chance of survival after numerous seizures resulted in...
  • A coma with a rock bottom GCS (Glasgow Coma Scale of 3);
  • Imaging showing that she had a mandarin orange size tumor in her right frontal lobe 
  • A medical mishap resulted in a punctured carotid artery that bled out into her chest cavity requiring emergency thoracic surgery and a blood transfusion.
Once stabilized, the tumor was surgically removed and she worked toward a successful outcome and a remarkable recovery!
Michelle then acquired two untreated Strep infections which lead to Adult-onset PANDAS - a form of Autoimmune Encephalitis.
Unable to get medical assistance due to a lack of knowledge of such a rare condition, Michelle researched and identified her case independently. Two years later, testing via Moleculera Labs and diagnosis from a PANDAS specialist confirmed her research. Today she is a student of functional medicine and nutrition, fellow adventurer, and co-host of the Adventures in Brain Injury Podcast.
What are Practitioners Saying About Cavin Balaster and His Brain Book?
Dr. David Perlmutter MD, FACN
Author, New York Times #1 Bestsellers, Grain Brain, and The Grain Brain Whole Life Plan

"Cavin Balaster contextualizes incredible adversity as a learning event and then transcends to the next step to share his knowledge.
His ideas are absolutely in line with current neuroscience and have the added validation of personal experience."
-Robb Wolf,
Former Research Biochemist and 2X New York Times/WSJ Best Selling Author
“Ten years ago most health professionals would have scoffed at the notion that what we eat, how we sleep, and how we move, could have profound impacts on our health in general, and our brain health in particular.
Fortunately, this outdated paradigm is shifting, and ‘How To Feed A Brain’ will be a key piece of this change.“
Dr. Terry Wahls M.D. 
author of The Wahls Protocol: A Radical New Way to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions
 Using Paleo Principles
terrywahls.com
"How to Feed a Brain will change your life.
Conventional tube feedings’ main ingredient is high fructose corn syrup!

If you have a brain injury or brain disease, or simply want to avoid early memory loss, and want to have a step- by –step guide for making tube feeds, soups, stews and or meals that will nourish and repair your brain, you will find this a useful addition among your healing tools."
Dr. Datis Kharrazian, DHSc, DC, MS, MNeuroSci, FAACP, DACBN, DABCN, DIBAK, CNS,
author of Why Isn’t My Brain Working? and Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms?
www.drknews.com
"Faithfully following the principles of functional medicine played a large role in Cavin’s recovery from a near-fatal brain injury. He not only recovered, he has gone on to immerse himself in the field and tirelessly advocate for those with brain injuries.

This is not the kind of information you will find in the standard health care model. Optimal brain care and nutrition is a journey most patients must make on their own or with a qualified practitioner. However...
Cavin is a testament to the brain’s amazing willingness and even desire to improve and recover when it is cared for properly.
Cavin presents a thorough guide to brain nutrition that includes sections on gastric tube feeding — a big plus you won't find in other nutrition guides. Whether you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury, are wrestling with a neurodegenerative disease, or are simply interested in improving your brain health, this book is for you."
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