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Struggling with

Anxiety, Depression, Panic attacks

Attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD), PTSD, Trauma

Migraines, Fibromyalgia, Chronic pains

Tobacco and alcohol addictions

Tinnitus, Vertigo,

Epilepsy, Memory loss

Autism spectrum disorder

 

those conditions are brain-related

Neurofeedback is a safe and effective therapy

to help your brain self-regulate

and return to a normal state

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Neurofeedback is a technique neurologists have wielded since the 1960s. Back then, NASA was concerned about astronauts having rocket fuel–induced seizures. They approached Barry Sterman, a researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine, for help. Sterman soon discovered that he could minimize the damaging effects of rocket fuel on cats with an early form of neurofeedback he developed.

 

Neurofeedback, also called Neurotherapy or Neurobiofeedback, is a type of biofeedback that uses real-time displays of brain activity, most commonly electroencephalography (EEG), to teach self-regulation of brain function. Neurofeedback has proven through many scientific studies to help patients with brain-related issues. It is a non-invasive, no side effects and drug-free therapy, with remarkable results. Typically, sensors are placed on the scalp to measure activity, with measurements displayed using video displays or sound.

 

 

 

Our practice is based on a scientific approach, continuous learning, and passion.

 

 

Neurofeedback is a different approach

compared to what you might have tried already,

it capitalizes on your own brain resources.

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Tegeler's daughter had developed migraine headaches so excruciating she’d missed most of her classes during the previous semester. Tegeler decided she could undergo the company’s brain wave optimization. “If it helps her headaches, we’ll talk” Tegeler also tried it himself, to see if it could do anything for his irregular heartbeat.

 

 

After 10 sessions in five days, Tegeler’s heart was back to normal, and his daughter’s headaches were gone.

Professor Tegeler

Neurologist

 Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

“Neurofeedback training is a powerful and effective tool to combat symptoms associated with PTSD.

 

We see results every day for our patients who are struggling with the debilitating symptoms of PTSD, including sleep problems, pain, irritability, anger and rage, and drug, alcohol, and tobacco dependency.”

Doctor Othmer

Homecoming for Veterans Board Chair

"Overall, these findings support the use of multi-modal treatment, including medication, parent/school counseling, and Neurofeedback, in the long-term management of ADHD, and a sustained effect even without stimulant treatment (...)  

The therapy most promising by recent clinical trials appears to be neurofeedback."

Doctor Campbell Children's Hospital Boston,

Department of Pediatrics 

Harvard Medical School

Literature now suggests that neurofeedback should play a major therapeutic role in many difficult areas.

In my opinion, if any medication had demonstrated such a wide spectrum of efficacy, it would be universally accepted and widely used”

Professor Duffy

Pediatric Neurologist 

Harvard Medical School

"Neurofeedback training allows participants to self-regulate their own brain response.

 

(...) subjects receive instant feedback regarding potentially pathological brain processes, hypothesized to aid in shaping one's own brain activation in a desired direction, and thereby improving symptoms."

A. Zilverstand & 

R. Goldstein,

Progress in Brain Research

What the experts say about neurofeedback

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