Archive for March, 2010

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Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

Welcome to Dr. Phil’s blog, soon to be an integral feature on the Choratech website. I’m Dr. Phil Toman, founder of Choratech.

Briefly, Choratech is a new concept in bringing emerging applications of brain science and psychological science to where they can enhance the lives of ordinary people. There have been so many amazing developments in neuroscience, and more are hitting the street every day, it seems. Why, just last week I spent five entire days at a conference dedicated to the frontal lobes! And, honest, I had an absolute blast. (Okay, I agree, that’s just a bit nerdy.)

Choratech’s mission is to make available scientifically validated means of enhancing brain function non-invasively, such as through cognitive training and brain stimulation. The human brain does so much, and there are more and more ways to improve its health and functional capacity. I’m constantly searching for the best and most thoroughly researched of these, and adding them to the Choratech stable.

This blog isn’t yet, but will be, embedded on the all-new Choratech website, which is having the finishing touches put to it as we speak by the geniuses over at Barefoot Creative.

I’m excited to be able to bring you my thoughts on what in the world of neuroscience and cognitive fitness has got me excited currently. In this blog I’ll be talking about the various services Choratech currently provides, as well as sharing with you news, scientific studies, tips for brain health and fitness, stress-busting advice, and sometimes just whatever’s on my mind. If you’d like to leave a comment, please do!

Feel free to drop in at www.choratech.com and have a look around. Right now there’s just a brief one-page intro with a contact page if you’d like me to get in touch with you. But stay tuned: the new site is going to be really nice.