Our SynPhNe Learning Model 

Our SynPhNe™ Learning Model is adapted from the scientific principles of developmental biology and modern neuroscience. It leverages the training principles of mainstream therapy, postural alignment and energy management, including some based on techniques of yoga and martial arts.

Our technology facilitates the coupling of attention and muscle co-ordination in real-time. This enhances the positive effects of neuroplasticity and alters its dark side, helping you to move better, think better and feel better. 

 

Our SynPhNe™ wearable technology mimics how a human baby learns in the first few months after birth, when neuroplasticity is at its most efficient.

Click here to learn more about our four SynPhNe™ flagship programs that are specially designed for Neurological Disabilities, Learning Difficulties, Effects of Ageing and Chronic Stress & Pain. 

 

 Our Publications 

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Delivering Remote Rehabilitation at Home: An Integrated Physio-Neuro Approach to Effective and User Friendly Wearable Devices

Banerji, S., Heng, J., Banerjee, A., Ponvignesh, P., Menezes, D., Kumar, R. (2017)

Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neurorehabilitation II, Springer (pp. 1097-1101)

Effect on activity and participation in a child with cerebral palsy using EEG Neurofeedback and the SynPhNe protocol in succession..

Banerji, S., Sadana, D., Jamuna, R., Banerjee, A., Kumar, R. (2016).

9th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation, USA

An Automated Physio-neuro Recovery Tool for Enhancing Muscle and Brain Co-ordination and Recovery After Sports Related Trauma and Injuries.

Banerji, S., Heng, J., Menezes, D., & Ponvignesh, P. (2014)

ICSST 2014 - Advanced Materials for Sports Technology, Singapore, December 2014

Augmenting Rehabilitation after Stroke: A Flexible Platform for Combining Multi-channel Biofeedback with FES.

Banerji, S., Heng, J., Ponvignesh, P., Menezes, D. (2013)

Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg (pp. 259–263)

A Physio-Neuro Approach to Accelerate Functional Recovery of Impaired Hand after Stroke.

Banerji, S., Kuah, C. W. K., Heng, J., & Kong, K. H. (2012)

Procedia Engineering, Vol 41, 257–263

 Trailblazing Research 

We support trailblazing brain and muscle research that are aligned with our mission and vision.

Are you a researcher interested in collaborating with us?