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Special edition in Croatian: Chapter 13 Volume 052 P. 224 - 249

Brain Function Therapy [Cognitive Enhancement & Rehab]

Brain Function Therapy [BFT] has been used for over 20 years for Rehabilitation and Cognitive enhancement across a variety of population.

BFT is been used with subjects from different walks of life -

  • Normal adults and children
  • ADHD children
  • Head injury patients
  • Stroke patients
  • Pilots
  • Military personnel

Axxonet uses BFT on subjects for a variety of therapies

  • Attention span enhancement
  • Working Memory enhancement
  • Continuous Performance enhancement
  • Reading speed improvement
  • Response time improvement
  • Spatial recognition improvement
  • Temporal sequencing

Visit BFT for more information