The first fully integrated brain & body clinic, providing the best chance for breakthrough results.

The INVICTA Project

Our active duty and retired military veterans, along with first responders who courageously safeguard our well-being, often encounter mental and physical challenges during and after service to our nation and community. The INVICTA Project takes immense pride in aiding these brave heroes to restore balance in their brain and body health and overall well-being.

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What Is This Program?

Our core mission is to provide unwavering support to those selflessly dedicated to serving our nation and community. Utilizing less invasive approaches and cutting-edge technology, The INVICTA Project offers effective treatment for a range of conditions, including:

  • Post-concussion syndrome
  • Brain fog
  • Headaches and memory impairment
  • Physical pain
  • Sleep issues
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Musculoskeletal problems

Our program encompasses a two-week residential protocol in Frisco, Texas. At the outset, patients undergo diagnostic evaluations and assessments to set their health baseline and shape a tailored program for their stay. As they near the conclusion, their final day involves post-treatment diagnostics, reviews, and a comparative debrief to their initial day. Upon concluding the two-week residential phase, patients receive mental and physical maintenance guidance. Furthermore, they maintain digital access to our doctors if needed.

The INVICTA Project is grounded in three core principles: Neurology, Physiology and Physical Medicine.


The brain, spinal column and peripheral nervous system function in unison to coordinate every aspect of human function. The ability to integrate all of the information we receive from our environment is critical to quality of life and well being. The journey to healing starts with a series of assessments to determine our patient’s neurological status. This helps to guide our therapy and interventions to make sure that the patient can adapt and thrive on completing the program.


When the heart moves blood through the body, supplying each organ and tissue with oxygen this delicate process must be carefully regulated. We assess each system of the body to establish it’s health and contribution to the overall state of the patient. Our assessment is holistic and moves our patients from cardiovascular and metabolic health, hormonal optimization and strength and flexibility. We help our patients regain their vitality through sports medicine, nutrition and carefully directed physical activity.

Physical Medicine

Service can take its toll on the bones, joints and muscles which affects mobility, can drive pain and limit motivation. We have a full biomechanical work up, and the ability to assess and treat the wide range of issues common to those who have spent a career in the services. Our physical medicine department is headed up by experienced chiropractors and specialists who work with the human frame using hands-on methods, exercise and state of the art technologies to resolve injuries and pain with our main goal of restoring ability and strength.

“Over the two weeks, I experienced improved memory and recall, smoother thought process, and reduced anxiety and depression.”
Robert E.

“I feel like I am thinking clearer than I have in years.”

Ben H. (Veteran)
“"Coming to Parker Performance Institute was absolutely worth the time spent. I came out of here invigorated, not only about the secondary effects I was having but I was just happy about life"
Chris M.

How Can You Support Our Program?

The INVICTA Project offers a meaningful chance for those wishing to make a substantial difference in the lives of our veterans and first responders. Our responsibility is to guarantee that these heroes receive the exceptional care and patient experience they have rightfully earned and wholeheartedly deserve.

Working together, we can establish transformative opportunities and support networks for those who have valiantly served our communities and nation. Through your generous contributions, we unite in giving back and showing our respect for these courageous individuals who have sacrificed greatly for our safety and well-being.

Meet Floyd: The Veteran Leading This Program

Floyd McLendon Jr

Floyd McLendon Jr., CPT
U.S. Navy SEAL (Retired)

Phone: 214-302-9729

“As a military veteran of 25 years, I carried an internal storm that seemed unending when I embarked on this journey of treatment. Restless sleep left me feeling groggy and irritable throughout my days. Little did I realize that my military career, particularly as a demolition expert, had taken a toll on me due to the multiple concussive blast shockwaves and head injuries I endured.

Yet, since undergoing the treatment, a remarkable transformation has taken place. I have rekindled the joy of dreaming, and a newfound sense of tranquility now embraces me. My family has witnessed the return of the happiness and laid-back demeanor they once knew in me. This transformation has been so profoundly impactful that I am committed to aiding more veterans, like myself, who have endured sustained effects to rediscover life after service through this treatment approach.”

– Floyd McLendon Jr., Ambassador, Retired Navy SEAL