Daniel Bricker

With a foundation in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, I transitioned from a career as a collegiate and professional athlete to pursue my passion for research. My expertise lies in investigating behavioral, neuropsychological, and psychopathological abnormalities through innovative and alternative research practices. I am driven by a commitment to contribute to advancements in our understanding of human behavior and cognition, to positively impact individuals' lives.

I currently serve as the Research Project Manager and Wellness Director at Universal Neurological Care in Jacksonville. Our practice specializes in the treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI) through a comprehensive approach that emphasizes lifestyle and wellness interventions for rehabilitation. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology and advanced instruments, we strive to achieve the highest standards in neural diagnostics and identify optimal treatment protocols for our patients.

My role involves spearheading advanced research projects focused on TBI treatment, utilizing cutting-edge neural diagnostics to drive scientific excellence and achieve superior patient outcomes. I develop and implement comprehensive lifestyle and wellness protocols tailored for TBI self-rehabilitation, leveraging state-of-the-art technologies such as hyperbaric oxygen therapy, photobiomodulation, and molecular hydrogen treatments to support holistic recovery.

Our goal is to enhance patient outcomes through an integrative approach that combines traditional neurological practices with innovative wellness strategies. By focusing on both advanced instrumentation and holistic methodologies, we aim to provide a comprehensive pathway to recovery and improved quality of life for individuals suffering from brain injuries.

Caitlin Brown

Caitlin Brown is a board-certified Physician Associate. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from Mississippi State University and a Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies at Nova Southeastern University-Jacksonville.

During her undergraduate years, she worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) for a healthcare agency. She traveled to various assisted living facilities, skilled nursing facilities, and rehabilitation hospitals to provide excellent patient care, working mostly in memory care units. Her recent Master’s Thesis was on the addition of vitamin D supplementation to prevent progression of Multiple Sclerosis. When Caitlin was still a PA student, she did her elective clinical rotations here at Universal Neurological Care and completed further research on the use of calcitonin-gene related peptide receptor antagonists for the management of migraine headaches.

Caitlin is a Chicago area native, moving to Jacksonville before beginning PA school. Her hobbies include yoga, cooking, reading, live music, and watching her favorite Chicago sports teams.


Emily was born and raised in Jacksonville Florida. She currently attends FSCJ but, will be transferring to University of South Florida to study Forensic Psychology next fall. In her spare time, she enjoys surfing, concerts, and watching college sports.


Allison was born and raised in Jacksonville, FL. Prior to coming to this practice, she worked at a different neurology office for 17 years. She has been married for 27 years and is a mother to a wonderful son. She enjoys spending time with family, floating in her pool, cooking and traveling.


Rebecca is a New Patient Coordinator at Universal Neurological Care. She recently joined the team in 2023. She is currently a marketing major at the Coggin College of Business at the University of North Florida. She is expecting to graduate in early 2024 with her Bachelor's Degree and then continuing her education to receive her Masters. Rebecca is originally from New York but has lived in Jacksonville for most of her life. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, traveling and spending time with her Australian Shepard.


Tonya was born in Charlotte, NC. She has worked in medical field for over 20 years with 2 of those years in Neurology. She moved to Florida in 2018. In her spare time she enjoys family, long walks on the beach, and hiking!


Mollie Wolfe

Mollie Wolfe is a board certified Physician Assistant with a passion for her patients. Prior to graduate school, Mollie attended South Georgia State College where she obtained her Bachelors in Biological Sciences. She attended South University in Savannah, GA and graduated with her Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies.

Mollie is a Georgia native who recently moved to Jacksonville with her husband and dog. She enjoys traveling, cooking, live music and spending time with family and friends.

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Angelo Capobianco

Angelo Capobianco holds an impressive record of medical training. He received his Bachelor’s in Biology from Nova Southeastern University, Master of Medical Science from the University of South Florida, received 1 year of training in ophthalmology and holds a Second Master’s of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Nova Southeastern University-Jacksonville.

Angelo’s undergraduate research was in Organic Chemistry, utilizing a compound that he synthesized as a possible drug transfer agent. His recent Master’s Thesis was on the utilization of Deep Brain Stimulators for the treatment of both motor and non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.
He always knew that he wanted to work in medicine. After being flagged down in the street at the scene of a motorcycle accident at the age of 19, he then vowed to complete medical training to help people in need after one victim in the crash didn’t make it home to his family that night.
Angelo’s hobbies include watching movies and sports or just spending time with his dog, Samson.