We have learned from experience that intensive training during the different stages of recovery obtains better and faster results than therapies that extend over several years and which lack the sufficient intensity and dosage.

Not only does intensive mean more, but also better

Our intensive training programmes are designed to achieve treatment improvements/objectives in the short term, representing a training and learning challenge to recover lost skills, or those that have been affected due to injury.
These short-term improvements can be maintained over time and may even increase with subsequent intensive therapy periods.
These therapies have proven the potential of producing neurophysiological and behavioural changes which other therapies have not demonstrated.
Not only does intensive mean more, but also better.