The Statistics

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A new case of dementia is diagnosed every three seconds. With over 10 million new cases each year.

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The global cost of dementia was estimated to be $1.3 trillion USD and is expected to increase to $1.7 trillion by 2030. 

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Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is emerging as a prominent concern within collision sports. Arising from repetitive brain injury over time.

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20 of the 21 donors to the Australian Sports Brain Bank exhibited some evidence of neurodegeneration including CTE (2018-2021)*.

We provide advanced neuroimaging to generate quantitative insights used to map, track and predict brain health

Our Process

Using Three Simple Steps

Step 1

Book Your MRI Scan

Book from anywhere, anytime.
We offer more than 260 locations across Australia & New Zealand, for your convenience. 

Step 2

Attend Your Scan 

Safety, comfort and privacy are important to us. Each MRI scan is performed by experts in less than 30 minutes. 

Step 3

Receive Your Report

See your brain in 3D, learn about what each brain region does, and how yours stacks up against the general population. Each time you attend, our medical doctors will flag any abnormalities for you. 

Our Values


We are committed to using cutting-edge MRI technology to push the boundaries of what is possible in the field of brain health research.


Our work is grounded in the highest standards of scientific rigor.


We are dedicated to putting the needs of athletes first.


We are driven by a desire to make a positive impact on the lives of athletes.


We hold ourselves to the highest standards of ethical conduct.


We believe that the best results come from working together.

Built by Neuroscientists,
For Athletes

"This is not a guess about the location and extent of damage inflicted by trauma, or what might develop in the future. This is a direct measure of the brain itself, usually reserved for patients with traumatic brain injury in the neuroscience research sector" - Dr. Nicholas Parsons, CEO

"It is essential to understand how the initial brain trauma relates to future patterns of degeneration in TBI patients. Achieving this understanding will lead to more appropriate head injury management and reduce the risk of TBI-initiated neurodegenerative disease"- Dr. Govinda Poudel et al., (2021).

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