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Our Story

What Sets Us Apart

The Functional Neurology Center (The FNC) started out of one room, with a focus on caring for the whole person. And now we’ve grown to a 6,000 square foot clinic that helps more than just your brain, but also how your brain health affects your quality of life and the lives of those who love you. During your Neuro-Exam, Discovery Day, Intensive Program, or even just a single visit for a ‘tune-up’, you’ll always work one-on-one with a small team of doctors who are just as invested in your recovery as you are.


Of course, we have the latest diagnostics and high tech therapies, but your recovery hinges on more than what we know and the tools we can buy. It’s our personalized investment in your health, and a rock-solid believe that There is Hope, that sets us apart.

Dr. Jeremy Schmoe

Director & Founder of The FNC

Dr. Schmoe is the founder and director of The Functional Neurology Center.  Over the past 13 years he has been working with patients with complex neurological dysfunction. He manages patients from all over the country as well as international.

He has treated thousands of patients with head injuries, vertigo, dysautonomia, dizziness, movement disorders, neuro-degenerative and developmental disorders. He treats patients of all ages.

He enjoys seeing the most complex cases Integrating neuro-rehab, manual therapy, lab work and nutrition. He has completed extensive post graduate training in functional neurology, neuroimmunology and functional medicine.


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Dr. Benjamin Pupo DC DACNB

Dr. Benjamin Pupo is a board-certified chiropractic neurologist through the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. He has studied over 1,000 hours of clinical neuroscience through the Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies, in addition to receiving a bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University in cell and molecular biology and a Doctorate of Chiropractic from the University of Western States, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. 

Dr. Pupo has worked with hundreds of patients dealing with complex neurological, post-concussive, and vestibular symptoms, and understands that that every patient’s treatment requires a unique and individualized approach. Dr. Pupo enjoys working with complex presentations using a combination of neurological, vestibular, and musculoskeletal rehabilitation along with functional medicine and nutrition. He maintains a special interest in treating vertigo, balance and movement disorders, dysautonomia, and headaches. 

He has worked with a number of professional and amateur athletes, and is passionate about helping individuals perform to the best of their ability- on the field, recreationally, or in the workplace. Born and raised in Spokane, WA, Dr. Pupo is an avid outdoorsman. In his free time enjoys skiing, hiking, fly fishing, and traveling the world. As a former athlete, he enjoys watching and cheering on his favorite teams, as well as over-inflating his previous athletic achievements.

Dr. Erin Anderson

Office Manager

Dr. Erin Anderson joins our team at the FNC with 5 years of clinical experience. She is a Chiropractor, Certified MFT Practitioner, Intuitive Energetic Healer, Light Worker, and Truth Seeker that provides life-changing and life altering care to her clients. She will using her skills as the Office Manager at the FNC helping our center run as efficiently as possible to ensure all patients get the best results with our neuro-recovery programs. 

She graduated Valedictorian from Life University, Marietta GA in 2015.  She blends her background of the healing arts {Chiropractic} with the energy of the energetic field {Morphogenic Field Technique} to help her patients achieve optimal health.  She inspires others to live life to their fullest by helping them realize that all the answers are within.  She helps her clients uncover their true potential by acknowledging both the physical and emotional bodies. She has a 6 month old daughter named Willow and she is married to Dr. Schmoe, the founder of theFNC. 

Dr. Ryan Harvey DC FNCS

Dr. Ryan Harvey was raised in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, a small coastal town on the Gulf of Mexico. He is a dedicated to empowering others through their health journey. Dr. Harvey received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Mississippi in Biological Science with a minor in Chemistry.

While at Ole Miss, he worked at The Center for Water and Wetland Resources, a 740-acre research facility in the lower Mississippi River Basin, where he developed a passion for wetland conservation and stewardship. He then went on to graduate Summa Cum Laude with his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life University in Atlanta, GA.

While at Life University, Dr. Harvey interned at the Neuro Life Institute, Life University’s on-campus Functional Neurology clinic, where he contributed to an ongoing research project evaluating the effects of applied clinical neuroscience care on self-reported symptoms of depression in adults with medication-resistant depression.

Dr. Harvey has studied 1,000 plus hours of post-graduate clinical neuroscience and is proud to have his core training from the Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies. He dedicates his time to help those afflicted with post-concussion symptoms, dizziness, TBI, Dysautonomia, and many other complex neurological dysfunctions.

Dr. Harvey is a lover of the outdoors and can be found hiking, fishing, golfing, and traveling in his free time. He spent the summer of 2021 in remote western Alaska as a fly-fishing guide in one of the last untouched Silver Salmon fisheries in the world.Recently, Ryan married his high school sweetheart and they enjoy walks with their small rescue dog, Finley.

Dr. Forrest DC DACNB

Dr. Forrest is a board-certified chiropractic neurologist through the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. He has accumulated over 1,000 hours of clinical neuroscience throughout the Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies, in addition to receiving a bachelor’s degree from University of Mary Washington and Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College.

Dr. Forrest has worked with hundreds of complex neurological, post-concussive, vestibular symptoms, and has worked on professional athletes from multiple D.C.-based sports teams. Combining vestibular, musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation is what Dr. Forrest uses to treat many of these complex issues. Issues ranging from vertigo, balance, movement disorders, dysautonomia and headaches. He maintains a special interest in movement disorder cases.

Dr. Forrest enjoys outdoor activities and can be found outdoors, golfing, sailing, fishing and exercising in his free time. His family owns a small vineyard where they sell grapes to local wineries and have two outdoor dogs, Chester and Lilly, that watch over the grapes.

Ashley Belanger

Office Coordinator

Ashley is one of the first people you will meet at The FNC.  Ashley has a teaching background and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Education from the University of Minnesota Duluth.  She also has a Master’s degree in Teaching and Learning from Saint Mary’s University. Her experience in teaching and her passion for holistic health due to Lyme disease have to lead her to The FNC.  Ashley’s health adventures have given her an understanding and compassion for others as well as shown her that there is hope! In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband and family, as well as traveling.

Jordan Calverley

Jordan is the new director of clinical performance and will be highly involved in our neurological sports performance program and coordinating our FNC neuro brain injury and concussion programs.

Jordan received his Bachelors of Science Degree in golf management, from Ferris State University. He has been in the golf and personal training industry for 10-plus years.

Jordan has worked with hundreds of clients trying to make them a better version of themselves, through golf or personal training.

Jordan has done work outside of golf and personal training and dove into neurology, which led him to The FNC. This work has helped him bridge the gap between how the brain functions and how that can relate to golf and personal training.

In his free time, you can find him golfing tournaments or bow hunting.