Our Clinic

A DEDICATED AND CARING TEAM THAT PUTS PATIENT CARE FIRST 

At the Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic, we are a bunch of nerds with a passion for optimizing brain health. As early adopters of cutting-edge neuro technologies, we love pushing the boundaries of what is possible.

This is the clinic people come to when they’ve tried everything else. We give our clients the time they need to be properly assessed and treated with evidence-based services. When the evidence is lacking, we have our own in-house clinical research team to dig deep into the science.

This is more than just a job for us. We wake up in the morning ready to work hard and challenge each other because we have seen the positive impact that quality care can have on our client’s lives.

OUR MISSION

To positively impact 1 billion brains around the world through a patient-first approach to help people optimize recovery and achieve their goals

OUR CORE VALUES

Be G R E A T:
G rowth mindset
R espect
E levate others
A uthentic
T rue grit

OUR VISION

The Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic will be leaders in delivering innovative treatments grounded in science in an environment that promotes growth and continuous learning to always deliver best practices. 

OUR BUSINESS MODEL

MEASURE — TEST — TREAT for Optimal Brain Health

Embedded in the HealthTech Connex (HTC) flywheel, the Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic (SNPC) was founded to be the real-world testing site of the PoNS™ device and the NeuroCatch® Platform during their clinical trials.

In 2015, HTC began commercializing world-leading brain vital sign research to develop and launch the NeuroCatch® Platform. NeuroCatch® is a portable brain health assessment device that objectively and rapidly measures cognitive brain function.

It quickly attracted global leading innovations for clinical trials, validated by the Centre for Neurology Studies (CNS), and provided access to the most advanced neuro-rehabilitation at our clinic.

Ever since, the SNPC has been expanding its scope of services by bringing in experienced clinicians, and research and development of new programs.