Intro to Neuroplasticity - Performance Optimisation
Neuroplasticity. The brain’s incredible ability to heal, change, learn and improve. Understand how we can unlock your true potential.
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Neuroplasticity. The brain’s incredible ability to change, learn, grow, improve and heal.
Learn how we measurably improve your performance.
An evening with Dr Randy Beck, BSc (Hons), DC, PhD, FAAFN, FACFN, BCIA, MAICD. Internationally renowned expert in the field of functional neurology.
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IFN Singapore is a world leading treatment and rehabilitation centre, utilising the latest in neuroplasticity and neuroscience research, to develop treatments aimed at improving brain and nervous system performance. We are a proud member of the IFN Group, Perth, Australia.
Over the past decade, we have developed international research collaborations, focused on investigating new, evidence-based, cutting edge treatment methods, for specific therapeutic application.
Harnessing these methods, we aim to improve a broad range of neurological conditions, including migraines, seizures, strokes, ADHD, obsessive compulsive disorder, developmental coordination delay, vertigo, depression, learning and developmental disorders, concussion syndromes and autism... We aim to help with any unresolved complex neurological dysfunction.
IFN also offers a “personal performance programme”, to optimise your neurological system for mental wellness, stress, focus/ clarity of thought, sleep, sports, education and memory, weight loss, addiction etc. We aim to proactively establish better habits and positive feelings, contributing to overall health, success, and well-being.
IFN was founded, by Dr Randy Beck, BSc. (Hons), DC, PhD, FAAFN, FACFN, BCIA, MAICD; an internationally renowned expert in the field of clinical neuroplasticity and neuroplastic restructuring techniques. His textbooks are considered the standard in education and clinical practice in the field of Functional Neurology.
IFN Singapore will be at Core Collective Dempsey from 1 October 2019.