Sarah Crawford

Co-Founder of the Austin Center for Developing Minds

Co-Founder of NeuroSolution

Co-Founder of Integrity Developments

Sarah Crawford is the Co-Founder of The Austin Center for Developing Minds.  Her role varies depending on the needs of the practice.  Her strengths revolve around transparent communication,  building and running multiple systems.  Sarah has earned marketing and business admin degrees, but she’ll tell you that the majority of her knowledge comes from real life experience in navigating several start up businesses.  Sarah has developed a passion for serving those with severe neurological needs and loves watching the progress and lives change in the ACDM practice.  Sarah also helps Dr. Crawford build and run other systems within other ventures that include: NeuroSolution Lasers (, opening clinics around the globe, Neurosystem (insert website link), Legendary DC Consulting services (, Stay Strong Johnny Grant CBD product line (, and a home building company called Integrity Developments (  Sarah was also a birth photographer and owned a company named Nativity Photography.  She is very holistically minded and faith based in all that she does.  Sarah is extremely passionate about her family, her and Brandon have two son’s, Nolan and Gavin.  As a family they love to travel the world and welcome new experiences.


Frequently asked questions

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What will my first visit look like?

We will perform a complete patient evaluation that includes various diagnostics and tests, including routine labs if deemed necessary.

How long does the therapy take?

Depending on the type of therapy program our patients enrolls in, it could look like:
Basic/Local program: 1 hour
Sports performance: 1.5-2 hours (1-2x day)
Intensive program: 1.5-2.5 hours (2x day)
Wellness Care: 1-2 hours (2-4x month)

Does the therapy hurt?

No, our patients may be sore from the passive and physical exercises we initially start doing with them.

Is it okay after surgery?

Yes, some of our patients start soon as they are released for additional therapy immediately following surgery.

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