The mission of No Student left behind Education and Wellness Institute is to make a positive difference in the lives
of our young students and adults by addressing their Nutritional, Educational, Emotional and Spiritual needs, which
we believe will give them the self confidence to achieve their highest potential.
Our current medical advisors include:
Ernesto Lira, MD
Burton Kittay, Ph.D
Sterling Bocage, Executive Director is an Applied Clinical Nutritionist, Clinical Researcher and Neuromuscular
Therapist and in Corpus Christi, TX
Sterling has many years of research in ADD/ADHD and Learning Disabilities as it relates to:
- Nutritional deficiencies & toxic metals, aluminum, cadmium, copper, etc.
- Missing the crawling phase of development, muscle coordination and structural weaknesses
- Neurofeedback and how it improves the learning potential of children with ADD/ADHD
As a Neuromuscular therapist in Corpus Christi, TX, I have researched the connection between:
- Nutritional deficiencies and toxic metals as it related to athletic injuries
- Advanced therapies & nutrition to speed up the healing of sports injuries
- Specialized therapy & nutrition to heal a foot fracture in 5 weeks versus 3 months
- Specialized therapy & nutrition to heal a torn ligament in 5 weeks versus having surgery
- Sterling has reversed his Osteoporosis and eliminated his body of three bone spurs through nutrition.
- A child with ADD at age 10. Hair Analysis revealed toxic levels of Aluminum, some Lead, Arsenic, Copper and
Cadmium. ADD symptoms disappeared after a year on a Nutritional Program.
- A severe diabetic whose normal blood sugar was 586 for 5 years on three medications. After one specialized
therapy session and nutrition, her blood sugar level reduced to 256 in one week.
- A severe Parkinson's case whose tremors were 15 on a scale of 1 to 10. After one specialized therapy session,
tremors reduced to a four and his doctor eliminated one of this medications and reduced the others.
- A client, whose doctor said he needed surgery because of his fractured rotator cuff. After five specialized
therapy sessions he no longer needed surgery
No Student left behind