Checklists Unveil Hidden Neurological Issues

This insightful article emphasises the importance of using checklists for self and family assessment, highlighting how they can uncover retained primitive reflexes and neurological imbalances often missed in standard evaluations

Artist in the Spotlight – Chelsey Amber

ARTIST IN THE SPOTLIGHT – Chelsey Prior This watercolour piece by Chelsey Amber is now being featured in our waiting nook. Chelsey is a local artist, healer and dreamer, inspired to express natural beauty in the form of water-coloured illustrations. Her work embraces the soft and gentle, yet deep and beautifully messy nature that life […]

Artist in the Spotlight – Gianetta D’alessandro

Artist in the Spotlight – Giannetta D’Alessandro This stunning resin artwork is by Giannetta D’Alessandro, a self-taught resin artist who works from her home studio here in Sydney. Her piece ‘Ocean Reef’ will be on display for the next few months as part of our local artist initiative.  “This resin painting is embellished with aluminium foil, […]

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 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 […]

Artist in the Spotlight – Jessika Steiner

ARTIST IN THE SPOTLIGHT – JESSIKA STEINER At Brain Hub, we believe that healing starts with a healing environment. Helping us to cultivate this is local artist Jessika Steiner. She is currently displaying two pieces in the Brain Hub Clinic as part of our local artists initiative.  Growing up surrounded by bushland and water has provided […]

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 […]

Artist in the Spotlight – Clare Hooper

Artist in the spotlight – Clare Hooper Introducing Clare Hooper – another local artist whose paintings are currently on display in our Kids Therapy Room. Clare is a prolific artist and delights in sharing her work with local and wider communities. In 2008 and 2009, Clare won the North Sydney Disability Art Prize and has […]