A Reminder to Plant Flowers

Remember to plant flowers This illuminated frame greets each visitor as they leave the clinic – encouraging and guiding them to focus on the positive changes that occur throughout their treatment (and life). The more we acknowledge and are grateful for the positive changes we experience (e.g. improved sleep, better balance, reduced symptoms, improved memory), the […]

VR & Balance Room

Welcome to the VR & Balance Room https://brainhub.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/vr-balance.mov Did you know that we use VR (Virtual Reality) technology in combination with our other neuro-rehabilitation therapies? We’re first in Australia to use this particular VR program that can be tailored to simulate environments that many patients find challenging (e.g. driving, going in a lift, shopping in […]

Primitive Reflexes – ATNR Integration

Primitive Reflexes – ATNR Integration Have you heard of Primitive Reflexes? Do you know that the retention (lack of natural integration) past early years can be a sign of neurodevelopment delays possibly contributing to a range of behavioural and learning challenges? ATNR (Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex) is a very important primitive reflex that assists with […]

Oxygen & Light

Oxygen & LIght The power of light (in this case far infrared) and a higher concentration of oxygen from our oxygen concentrator are the best ways to recharge the brain. Whether it be after a busy day or in between neuro-rehab sessions, this has been shown to enhance the affects of neuroplasticity. Our patients get to enjoy recharging in our […]

How Can You Rewire Your Brain?

HOW CAN YOU REWIRE YOUR BRAIN? The answer? Neuroplasticity.  When we talk about Neuroplasticity, we are referring to our brains ability to adapt and change in response to our environment.  When the brain is functioning well, it has the ability to create, reorganise and strengthen new neural pathways that allow us to learn new habits […]

How Can Interactive Metronome Balance the Brain?

How Can Interactive Metronome Balance the Brain? What is Interactive Metronome (IM)? Interactive Metronome (IM) is an evidence-based training and assessment tool, proven to improve cognition, attention, focus, memory, speech/language, executive functioning, comprehension, as well as motor and sensory skills. It has been shown to help people with ADHD, Autism, sensory processing, Cerebral Palsy, Dyslexia, […]

The Autonomic Nervous System

What is the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS)? Our Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) has the role of ensuring the adequate blood supply of essential fuel and oxygen to the brain and body, under all conditions (stress, movement, rest, thinking, sleeping). An ANS system that is resilient and adaptable is ESSENTIAL. Without it, many of our involuntary […]

World Parkinson’s Day

In 1817, James Parkinson first described this clinical syndrome that would be named after him. Parkinson’s disease is a disorder of the central nervous system which is characterised by degeneration and it mainly affects the motor system. Parkinson’s has four major clinical manifestations: Tremor at rest Rigidity Akinesia Postural instability Parkinson’s disease is often associated […]

FebFast Make this Month Matter!

Take a break from alcohol, sugar, caffeine and digital overload this month because you deserve to give your brain health a kick start. People are always saying that a healthy body houses a healthy mind. I think it’s safe to say that when your body isn’t healthy, your brain health is sure to suffer. Food […]