Here’s how brain mapping can help tackle your child’s developmental, neurological or mental health challenges, including learning and behavioural difficulties. Unlocking Potential What is neuroplasticity? Neuroplasticity is the brain’s amazing potential to be rewired; meaning, if someone’s brain isn’t performing the way it should, it doesn’t necessarily have to stay that way. How can brain mapping and therapeutic neuroplasticity help?

IFNSingapore , a therapeutic neuroplasticity centre in Dempsey Hill, uses the latest in neuroscience research and brain-imaging technology to drive positive results in adults and children with a range of neurological, mental health and developmental conditions, as well as anyone who wants to enhance their brain performance. Common challenges children come to IFN Singapore with include ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, sensory issues, behavioural challenges, learning difficulties and anxiety. However, you don’t have to have a name for what your child is experiencing. IFN Singapore looks beyond the “labels” and directly at brain function, to see what’s actually driving those symptoms.

Brain mapping is used to identify the areas of dysfunction in the brain that are driving certain symptoms and behaviours, so that they can be tackled directly. Stimulating certain areas of the brain, based on the individual’s unique brain function, drives positive change. This “rewiring” is done by IFN Singapore using a variety of safe, non-invasive and medication- free methods, based on years of research and clinical evidence. For example, methods may include a combination of physical stimulation, breath-work, light therapy and audio stimulation.

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