Mr Matt Brown Bach. Medical Laboratory Science
Mr Matt Brown is the Hale Clinic's Low Intensity Laser Therapy (LILT) technician and patient instructor/technician for the NEW Brain-Gut Neuroplasticity (BGN) program.
Matt is a medical laboratory scientist and received his degree at RMIT in Melbourne in 1997. He has worked in Melbourne, remote areas of Australia and in the United Kingdom. He has worked on the biochemistry, haematology and microbiology benches, and has run entire laboratories solo while working in the remote.
Matt realised early on in life that taking responsibility for his own health and well being was an absolute must. His background as a medical scientist has assisted him to explore the conventional and unconventional approaches to health and nutrition. He has a particular interest in the human mind, and the connection between DNA and consciousness. Although his interests can expand as far as Astrophysics, Cosmology, Ancient Archaeology, Nuclear Physics, Epi-Genetics, Paranormal Activities, Light and Sound Technologies, Cosmic Time Cycles, Human DNA Potentialities and 15-Dimensional Unified Physics, he is delighted to be custodian of the Low Light Laser and the novel Brain-Gut Neuroplasticity program that Dr Hale introduced in November 2017.