assessment, treatment and research of memory and mood disorders

Medicare rebate for TMS
Medicare rebate for TMS treatment is now available for eligible patients from 1 November 2021. Appointments now available in East Melbourne, Brighton, Noble Park, Mount Eliza, Ballarat, and in Brisbane at Toowong and Bowen Hills.
New TMS clinic opens in Albury
TMS is now available at Gardens Medical Centre in Albury
New TMS clinic opens in Bowen Hills
TMS is now available at The Banyans Medical Centre and Specialist Clinics in Bowen Hills
Psychology resources expanded
Appointments available immediately.
New clinic opens in Ballarat
New clinic open at 11 Sturt Street, Ballarat. Psychiatrist and psychologist appointments now available. TMS treatment options available.
NeuroCentrix in Toowong (Qld)
NeuroCentrix is open at 10 Benson St, Toowong. Now accepting psychiatry and psychology referrals. TMS treatment options available. Novel depression treatment as part of a clinical trial coming soon.
TMS at Mt Eliza, Brighton, East Melbourne, Noble Park, and Ballarat clinics
Clinics in Mount Eliza, Brighton, East Melbourne, Noble Park, and Ballarat now offer TMS treatment.
New Praxis clinical trial
NeuroCentrix is now recruiting patients for a potential new treatment for depression at Noble Park.
New clinical trial for Alzheimer's
NeuroCentrix is recruiting patients with memory problems for clinical trials investigating potential new treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease.

What is NeuroCentrix?

NeuroCentrix is a private neuroscience group dedicated to evidence-based assessment, treatment and research of memory and mood disorders. 

Our memory and mood clinics provide evidence-based assessment and treatment plans for Alzheimer’s Disease and depression.

Our TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) therapy offers a non-invasive treatment for major depressive disorders.

We conduct Phase II to Phase IV pharmaceutical sponsored trials, investigator-initiated research and collaborative group studies in neurological disorders.

Potential New Treatments
For Alzheimer's Disease and Depression

Clinical Trials

For people with mild Alzheimer’s Disease

Clinical Trials

For people with depression

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) is a recognised treatment for depression and other neurological conditions.

Clinical studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of TMS in the treatment of depression, particularly in patients who have not responded well to anti-depressant medication.

TMS is a non-invasive treatment delivered by an external magnetic coil placed above the head. The coil sends repetitive electromagnetic pulses to stimulate neuron activity in specific surface areas of the brain that regulate mood.

TMS is an approved treatment for depression in Australia, Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom.

I Feel Distressed and Need Urgent Help

NeuroCentrix does not provide an emergency or an immediate response service. If you are feeling suicidal or in a crisis, please seek help immediately.

If you are in Australia please call:

Please note that, for your own safety, if you tell us that you intend to commit suicide we have an obligation to inform the police.

Emergency assessment for mental health problems is available at all major hospitals 24 hours a day. This can be accessed though the local emergency department directly or by ringing the emergency department triage nurse.

Other helpful sources of information about anxiety and depression include:

Coronavirus Update

In the current climate of containing the COVID-19 virus, NeuroCentrix is working proactively to provide a safe environment for all visitors and staff.

The key points of our protocol are:

  • A COVID-19 risk questionnaire will be conducted by telephone the day before all appointments for all visitors.
  • The number of staff you come into contact with at your appointment will be kept to essential staff only.
  • All staff and visitors will have their temperature taken on entry to Neurocentrix and if 37.5 C or above will be asked to leave and call their GP.
  • As much as possible consultations will be done via video conferencing at a mutually acceptable time.
  • You will not need to sit in the general waiting room but will be shown into a private consulting room and seen immediately.
  • Gowns, gloves and masks will be worn for examinations and procedures that require physical contact for the protection of patients and staff.
  • All surfaces and equipment will be thoroughly cleaned after each use.

All of our staff are happy to discuss our COVID-19 procedures with you in more detail.

Please feel free to call or email us.