Will Dixon, MSc, is an internal consultant at Neuronic who brings a wealth of expertise in photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy, specializing in tailored protocols designed to aid cognitive health. Holding a Master of Science in Psychology of Mental Health from the University of Edinburgh and a BSc in Sports Science from Durham University, Will's journey into brain health was ignited by personal experiences and a deep appreciation for the significance of this field.
At Neuronic, Will prioritizes the consultant-client relationship as the cornerstone of devising the most effective and personalized protocols. Drawing from a comprehensive academic background, including certification in Quantitative EEG and Evoked Potentials, he melds research-based methodologies with hands-on experience in PBM protocols, neurofeedback protocols, psychology, neuroscience, and qEEG brain map data to craft a tailored protocol program to optimize the effectiveness of Neuronic's devices.
His immersion in PBM originated during research on chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and concussions, where he encountered pioneering work by Professor Paul Chazot at Durham University exploring PBM's potential for cognitive health. Will has honed his skills under the mentorship of Marvin Berman, PhD, renowned for his application of PBM in cognitive health.
He offers personalized PBM protocols for various conditions such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, traumatic brain injury, anxiety, ADHD, concussions, depression, epilepsy, fatigue, memory, Parkinson’s, and stroke, among others.