Our integrated and personalized approach

neuroCare provides drug free, side-effect free and sustainable outcomes in therapy for ADHD, depression, chronic pain and for rehabilitation. At our neuroCare clinics we achieve this by integrating the work of clinicians with leading neuromodulation technology and by personalising the therapy. neuroConn is our technology brand, a global leader and industry pioneer in non-invasive neuromodulation. At neuroCademy we educate clinicians about neuromodulation and how to apply it in clinical practice and we evaluate outcomes and do research to further the quality of our care delivery.

Everything we do, think or feel is a memorized pattern in our brain or muscle memory. By harnessing the human brain’s plasticity using neuromodulation helps to reprogram those patterns by training our mind to more positive behaviour or for better cognitive performance. Behavourial, cognitive or motor disturbances can be treated faster and more efficiently when neurotechnology and the therapist work in synergy. Our integrated and personalised approach shows an efficacy of up to 76% for patients with ADHD and an efficacy of up to 78% for patients with depression - something we are truly proud of.

At neuroCare, we also apply neurotechnologies in the diagnosis of mental disorders, allowing the therapist to personalize the treatment to the patient’s individual need - this is called prognostics.​​ Most current treatments in mental health or neurology, particularly psychopharmaceuticals, still rely on a one-size-fits-all approach. Individual differences are ignored even though not all patients have the same underlying cause for their symptoms. This is why neuroCare has become a leader in the fast-growing neurotherapy market.​

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World Mental Health Day 2016

The 10th of October marked "World Mental Health Day", also a part of "Mental Health Week" in Australia. The day encourages the public to speak opeanly about mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma.  Hashhtags like #light-up-purple and #worldmentalhealthday having been trending on Facebook and Twitter as messages of support and awareness are shared all over the world.

"Drugs don't work" according to German Psychologists

In the latest issue of the journal EMBO Molecular Medicine, esteemed psychologists from the University of Bochum in German claim the effects of psychiatric drugs used for treating mental illness such as depression, anxiety and ADHD only have short-term effects with negative long-term repercussions.

Concerns over 'Do-it-yourself' tDCS

Experts from the cognitive neuroscience research community have penned an open letter expressing their concern about members of the public applying electric current to the brain with home-use tDCS devices.

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