We have a true passion for Neuroplasticity.
We have a carefully selected team of extremely dedicated individuals who make this progressive approach possible.
Dr. Randy Beck is the Founder and Executive Director of the Institute of Functional Neuroscience. The Institute of Functional Neuroscience has clinics located in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and London, Ontario, Canada.
Dr Beck is a Professor in Clinical Neurology at the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies in Florida, USA. Dr. Beck is a founding fellow and the past President of the Australasian Academy of Functional Neurology.
Dr Beck graduated from The University of Western Ontario, London and Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Toronto, Canada. He has subsequently completed a PhD focusing on Psychoneuroimmunology. He has been involved with post-graduate and undergraduate education of chiropractors and medical students for over 20 years.
Dr Beck has authored two text books, published by Elsevier, entitled “Functional Neurology for Practitioners of Manual Therapy” and “Functional Neurology for Practitioners of Manual Medicine”. He has also authored numerous textbook chapters, journal articles and reviews in peer-reviewed journals.
He is currently working on two international collaborative projects with Harvard Medical School, in the USA.
Dr Beck is a frequent speaker at both international and national conferences, seminars and workshops and has been awarded nationally and internationally, including:
The F.R. Carrick Research Institute: Neurologist of the Year Award (2012)
The MINDD Foundation: Inspiring Change Award (2013)
The MINDD Foundation: Inspiring Change Award (2014)
CAAWA: Board of Director’s Award (2014)
Dr. Randy Beck
BSc (Hons), DC, PhD, FAAFN
Director and CEO
Mr. Aaron Norrish
Mr. Norrish started at the Institute of Functional Neuroscience at its initial stage in 2008, where he has played a key role in the development and expansion of the Institute of Functional Neuroscience. Throughout his time at the Institute of Functional Neuroscience Mr. Norrish has had a pivotal of role in the development and applications of the advanced diagnostic and clinical equipment. This has included presenting and training people all over the world on these advanced technologies. Mr. Norrish has also written several training manuals as well as a series of educational videos on Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG), Low resolution brain electromagnetic tomography (LORETA), LORETA Neurofeedback, WinEEG, Neruoguide, Mitsar-EEG 201 Amplifiers, Chattanoga Intelect Mobile Electrical Stimulation Module, Solterix 1x1 tDCS, E.M.S BrainStim, Multi Radiance Medical MR4 LaserStim and clinic management software Visitbase.
Mr. Norrish has also worked in the clinical research section of the Institute of Functional Neuroscience, working in conjunction with Harvard University and McLean Hospital in Boston on several research projects. As well as working with the Neurological and Physical Abilitation Center in Los Angeles on Functional Cortical Patterns in Cerebral Palsy and Autism.