People we support

Brain-based therapy can prove helpful for many people.
At Neurofit Brain Centre, we’re particularly keen to help people with:

You are a unique person, with your own blend of strengths and challenges. We’re not here to ‘fix’ you.
We’re here to help ease your challenges so that life becomes easier and more enjoyable.
You’d be surprised who else can benefit from brain-based therapy. Many athletes find that brain-based therapy helps improve their performance by integrating any retained reflexes that may be affecting their coordination or balance.



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The importance of brain balance

Your brain has two halves (hemispheres). In simple terms, each side is responsible for different aspects of your life but the two hemispheres are meant to work closely with each other as equal partners.

Sometimes, though, one side emerges as much stronger than the other – the weaker side may have developed more slowly or been injured through stroke or trauma.

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This results in an unevenness of functional abilities where one side of the brain is advanced or even ‘too strong’ relative to the other side which has skills and functions that are underdeveloped and weaker. Obsessive, compulsive or hyperactive behaviour is an example of the left hemisphere being too strong and producing symptoms.

This combination of strengths and weaknesses can result in many different types of physical, mental health and learning issues that can last a lifetime.

If those issues are making your daily life more difficult than it needs to be, we’re here to help.

What are the symptoms of a brain imbalance?

As the list above shows, brain imbalances are involved in many common conditions like learning difficulties, developmental delays or neurological conditions.

At a ‘real life’ level, you may notice that you or your child display some of the following symptoms which can be linked to a brain imbalance.

symptoms of a brain imbalance
Meltdowns or tantrums beyond the toddler years
Fine motor delay - e.g. finding it hard to use cutlery or scissors
Difficulties with hand-eye coordination
Easily frustrated or angered
Intense anxiety
Very fidgety
Very clumsy
Struggles to make eye contact
Poor concentration – easily distracted
Either too timid and shy or over-friendly - e.g. doesn’t understand others’ need for personal space
Experiences sensory overload - e.g. overreacts to some noises, textiles, smells or tastes
Poor balance

Remember, your brain controls everything you do. As the International Association for Functional Neurology puts it, ‘Change your brain, change your life.’