VoxNeuro Test Centers

Dr. Abdel Kaleel, Neurologist
Dr. Abdel Kaleel, Neurologist
Owner of HeadworX Neurology Clinic

“As a neurologist with multiple subspecialty training in higher disorders of both the central and peripheral nervous system, VoxNeuro rounds out my practice very well and acts as an extension to our clinical exam, allowing us to develop a more realistic and complete picture of the patient’s road to recovery.

I have long believed that, as a field, we can do a better job of providing patients with the answers they deserve and a clear path to recovery. With the addition of VoxNeuro, our patients can feel very comfortable that we have the most current means of giving them a true understanding of their condition and an ongoing way to ensure their treatment is working.

With our growing community population, there is a widening gap for neurological services in Canada. Many times, patients are over-treated and over-tested and this can place a substantial burden on our healthcare system and subject the patient to unnecessary harm. With the objective data provided by VoxNeuro, we will be better able to determine if a patient’s cognitive concerns warrant further investigations or management options.”

“Adding VoxNeuro’s brain health assessment to our Guelph clinic was a natural next step for us. This will gives us the opportunity to add immediate, actionable, objective data to help us better evaluate and treat concussions going forward.”

Scott Haller
Scott Haller, Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
President of Shift Concussion Management

Dr. Lauren Karatanevski and Dr. Scott Christie
Owners and Chiropractors at Back in Action Health Clinic

“Back in Action Health Clinic is proud of our commitment to be on the forefront of new innovation and technology in the management of concussions.  We are very excited to have partnered with VoxNeuro in the field of cognitive health and rehabilitation. The VoxNeuro Cognitive Health Assessment has offered our clinic the ability to effectively provide our patients with an assessment tool that objectively looks at cognitive deficits related to a concussion or brain injury.  With the data provided from the assessment, we are better equipped to streamline an individualized cognitive rehabilitation plan and ultimately administer the best care for each and every patient in our office.”

“With over 15 years of experience in brain injury rehabilitation, Pillars of Wellness will continue to support the community for concussions management utilizing the VoxNeuro assessment technology. This innovative and evidence-based approach is revolutionary and without a doubt, will help many people suffering from brain trauma. Being an integrated care clinic, it is very important for us to work with such organizations in order to share and deliver best practices.”

Lori Desjardine
Co-Owner & Occupational Therapist at Pillars of Wellness & Desjardine Rehabilitation

Healthcare Professionals

“At Toronto Rehab’s Hull-Ellis Concussion and Research Clinic, we study recovery from concussion from the angles of physical, cognitive and emotional recovery and are thus interested in testing tools like VoxNeuro’s technology as biomarkers and predictors of brain recovery.”

Dr. Mark Bayley – Program Medical Director of Toronto Rehab, and senior scientist at KITE (UHN)

Colleen Boyce
Colleen Boyce
Director, NRIO, Division of Bayshore Therapy & Rehab

“VoxNeuro is able to assess patients in a way that was traditionally impossible.”

“If someone is having depressive symptoms but then we think the origin is actually repeated brain injuries, having a tool that can confirm that can put us on the right track…Having an objective measurement related to the brain function of people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries is enormous, clinically.”

Flavio Kapczinski
Flávio Kapczinski, MSC, MD, PhD, FRCPC
Director of the Graduate Program in Neuroscience at McMaster University
Psychiatrist at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton

Lindsay Mustill
Occupational Therapist & Manager, Bayshore Therapy & Rehab

“VoxNeuro’s Cognitive Health Assessment™ assisted me with tailoring my client’s cognitive treatment in the early stages of her concussion recovery. 

With the two day report turn around time, I was able to focus on specific areas of cognitive impairment, which allowed me to be more efficient and effective with my treatment.”

“Before VoxNeuro, treating a client with a catastrophic brain injury was like walking down a dark hallway of locked doors looking for one that was open. Now, it’s like we’re in the same hallway, but armed with VoxNeuro’s Cognitive Health Assessment™ reports, we’ve flipped the light-switch and can easily find which doors are open. The information in VoxNeuro’s reports help to decide when therapeutic intervention is required and benefit the therapeutic progress by helping us to decide what to pursue from the start. The reports assist families in knowing their loved ones potential, and also help with funding for rehabilitation for clients who are in coma or minimally conscious.”

Colleen Boyce & Frank Tenuta
Director & Residential Rehab Clinical Director, NRIO, Division of Bayshore Therapy & Rehab


Leo Ezerins,
Executive Director and Founder of CFLAA

“We are excited about our collaboration with VoxNeuro. The CFLAA is committed to provide health and wellness support to our members and to the community we serve. We can only do that by aligning with like minded partners. VoxNeuro and its team are such a partner.”

“VoxNeuro represents all that is right about the Hamilton life science cluster of companies and institutions and as a part of that, Bay Area Health Trust is excited to support them both financially and through our network.”

Peter Kalra,
President and CEO of Bay Area Health Trust


Laura Martin
Registered Practical Nurse & COVID-19 Long-Hauler

“I just finished my appointment at Pillars of Wellness in Burlington. It was a follow-up from my VoxNeuro assessment. I assumed like every other test I’ve done so far, my results would come back totally fine and they would have no idea how to help me. It turns out that covid-19 is actually a real thing! My reactive attention concentration and working memory have all been impaired as well as my executive function. I’m thankful to finally have someone who takes me seriously. I’m now to start occupational therapy once a week for 12 weeks along with acupuncture. And then hopefully I’ll be able to complete a second VoxNeuro assessment to see how far I’ve come. I would suggest this to anybody who’s been experiencing brain fog fatigue lack of concentration poor short-term memory etcetera. They have locations in Burlington and Toronto.”

“I visited Pillars of Wellness, a VoxNeuro clinic, to have a Cognitive Health Assessment. The full gamut of testing took around an hour and a half and was intense to say the very least. I needed a nap when I arrived home as my head was feeling the brain buzz that I often feel these days from too much screen time or just too much thinking. The results were given to me a few days after and showed many severe deficiencies in different complex responses. I will use this report as a tool to reference a baseline to start some therapy treatments. This is something definitive that shows numerically the struggles I am having are real. I highly suggest this to those of you who are suffering with alot of Neuro impairment…at least you can see tangibly where the deficiencies are. The staff was friendly and so down to earth…a really great visit and I’m so glad I did this…just wanted to share. ♥️ ”

Susie Goulding
COVID-19 Long-Hauler & founder of COVID Long Haulers Support Group Canada

Rohan Pais & Paula Pais

“On August 29, 2010 Rohan, my husband, set out with his friends for a leisurely ride on their bicycles. At an intersection, Rohan was struck by a speeding vehicle and was thrown 30 meters.

Rohan suffered a severe brain injury and a lot of abdominal injuries. He was deemed catastrophic with no vitals on the scene. Rohan was resuscitated by some great paramedics and was rushed to Hamilton General Hospital where he underwent 11 and a half hours of surgery and was deemed vegetative. Rohan was in a coma for about 10 days.

Rohan was moved to a stepdown unit when he started waking up and was treated by a neurologist Dr. Jane Gillette, who was not in agreement to Rohan’s initial diagnosis. Dr. Jane Gillette turned to Dr. John Connolly and said to him “The ball is in your court. Please test Rohan for brain activity as I feel the diagnosis is not correct.”

Dr. Jane Gillette’s concern was correct. Dr. John Conolly proved in his testing that Rohan was terribly injured but had full brain activity – responding to different commands, music and lots more.

Dr. John Connolly followed and still follows Rohan’s progress 9 years later. The work VoxNeuro is doing is so important and vital because Doctors come to conclusions too quickly that a severe brain injury is correlated to vegetative state.

We commend the work Dr. John Connolly and his team at VoxNeuro are doing. As we see it, they are “Giving Patients a Second and Fair Chance to Life”. Today Dr. John Conolly could retire in a nice comfy home and relax but he is still out there working to help patients – this is a testimony to dedication, passion and love for what he does and has for patients. A mission that will continue to thrive through VoxNeuro.

Our best wishes to Dr. John Connolly and VoxNeuro to their endless hours of work. Not everyone has this great gift, only few are gifted and honoured with it and Dr. John Conolly – you are the greatest one. Our thanks to you for giving Rohan a great second chance at life. Rohan is far from what the diagnosis was thanks to the information your test provided his care team early in his recovery. Rohan has fully recovered Cognitively, and his physical abilities are great, working out 7 days a week. Our best wishes in all you are doing.”

Paula Noronha-Pais
Wife of Rohan Pais – former patient.

More on this story:

Man deemed in vegetative state wakes up speaks again (VIDEO)
CTVNews, Sean Davidson
December, 2015

Waking the Brain: Advances in Neuroscience (VIDEO)
Global News
March, 2013

Rohan at the healing cycle 100k marathon event before his accident
June 2018: Rohan started rehab at Life Time Fitness with a therapist

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