The Cognitive FX Foundation seeks to better understand the mysteries of the brain. Below you will find potential research projects that seek to understand the brain and explore unique treatment for each disorder.


Depression & Anxiety 

Depression and anxiety are two symptoms highly correlated with post-concussion syndrome. We see substantial improvements in depression and anxiety for those struggling with concussion after they complete treatment. This makes us anxious to research how our treatment could help those suffering from depression and anxiety even if they have never had a concussion. 




Thousands of children and adults are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD every year. The trademark of ADD/ADHD is difficulty paying attention. We have seen a lot of success in treating attention difficulties in concussion and we believe we could see those same results with ADD/ADHD with more research.



Addiction changes the brain in many ways. Recent evidence suggests that some of those changes could be similar to the changes seen in the brain due to concussion. We are eager to study how we could help the millions of people who suffer from addiction every day.


Although autism currently cannot be cured, there are many different types of therapy that can help those on the autism spectrum function better. We want to research more effective ways to support those with autism.

Dementia & Alzheimer's

Prevention is key in battling Dementia and Alzheimer’s. With research we believe we can provide excellent care and treatment for those dealing with the early stages of dementia.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

OCD is characterized by obsessive thinking and compulsions. Research suggests that those with OCD have dysregulation in the brain. With more research we hope to help those with OCD to live a higher quality of life.

Other Mental Health Diagnosis

Millions deal with other mental health diagnosis (i.e. borderline personality disorder, bipolar, etc.) every day. We have seen drastic improvements in mental health stemming from concussion with our current treatment. We are excited to research more about how we can help those coping with other mental health diagnosis.