Using cutting-edge technology, we can track the biological patterns of your body, giving us valuable insight into your health and well-being. Using this information – analysed by experts in their fields – we can care for your body and mind to get the best results possible.




Biofeedback can help you take control over involuntary bodily functions (such as heart rate, temperature, and blood pressure). Through this therapy, you can harness the power of your mind and become more aware of what is going on inside your body, gaining more control over your health.


TMS is a magnetic method used to stimulate small regions of the brain. It is used for injuries/disorders affective the facial nerves, cranial nerves and the spinal cord.

Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

HRV is the variation in time between each heartbeat. It refers to your heart's ability to shift throughout the day, as it changes depending on your activities and emotions. We measure this to see the efficiency of your cardiovascular system. Evidence suggests a higher HRV means a longer, healthier life.

Transcrainial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

TMS is a magnetic method used to stimulate small regions of the brain. It is used for injuries/disorders affective the facial nerves,, cranial nerves and spinal cord, however, there is no evidence to suggest it is useful for treating depression and neuropathic pain.


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