Brain Health and Biofeedback Clinic

 

 

 

 

 

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Using cutting edge techniques with caring to create wellness...

Helping you to reach your potential

Services
 

 
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Neurotherapy
 

Neurotherapy includes treatments designed to train and aid brain function. Our clinic offers several forms of this ground breaking technology. 

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BAUD Therapy- addressing PTSD, addictions and anxiety
 

Originally created to assist those with ADHD, the BAUD (Bio Acoustical Utilisation Device) has been used with success in addressing PTSD, anxiety and addictions.

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Infra-red sauna

Our state of the art, low EMF infra-red sauna provides a warm session of detox. 

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Alpha-stim

Alpha-Stim M is a handheld, prescription electrotherapy device that delivers advanced Microcurrent Electrical Therapy (MET) directly to your pain site to provide non-invasive, sustainable pain relief and pain management wherever and whenever you feel discomfort.

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Capnometry

A form of biofeedback where a client uses a a machine called a capnometer to monitor their improper breathing patterns and relieve over breathing.

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Autonomic balance Training (HRV)

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) analysis is a way to observe the action of the parasympathetic branch of the nervous system that controls restoration and recovery.

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Functional Medicine

Functional medicine addresses the underlying causes of disease, using a systems-oriented approach and engaging both patient and practitioner in a therapeutic partnership.

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QRI Reflex integration

QRI is a program of reflex integration in which the practitioner targets a Harmonic sound and low level laser upon specific acu-points and reflex patterns.

 
 

Find other options.

Could it be possible that there is a non-drug, safe and effective option to address a number of conditions? Mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, behavioural problems and school performance enhancement?

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