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Help for Adults and Children with:

ADHD

The symptoms of ADHD (attention, impulsivity, behavior problems and hyperactivity) are very difficult and stressful for everyone in the family. Neurofeedback helps the brain learn new patterns, allowing the symptoms of ADHD to dissipate. With neurofeedback both children and adults can improve attention and self-control

Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Neurofeedback and other forms of biofeedback at Center for Brain are among the most powerful tools available for reducing or eliminating anxiety and panic attacks – and they don’t involve drugs. Neurofeedback is not about training you to manage stress. Instead, it helps train the part of your brain that controls stress so that it doesn’t overreact to it.

Depression

Neurofeedback can often give people with depression serious relief and help them reduce or eliminate antidepressant drugs altogether. Paired with a brain map, we identify specific areas of the brain to target and train for improved mood and motivation.

Sleep Issues

Neurofeedback can result in significant improvements in sleep problems. It’s often remarkable how quickly sleep can improve for people having trouble going to sleep or staying asleep – or both – even those who have struggled with sleep for years.

Concussion/Head Injuries

Many people have gotten significant relief from our pain protocol, a combination of neurofeedback and BioResonance Therapy (BRT). Neurofeedback balances the brain to calm the nervous system and the pain signals, while BRT balances the body so that the cells are working in more harmony.

Chronic Pain

Many people have gotten significant relief from our pain protocol, a combination of neurofeedback and BioResonance Therapy (BRT). Neurofeedback balances the brain to calm the nervous system and the pain signals, while BRT balances the body so that the cells are working in more harmony.

Learning Challenges

Neurofeedback can be targeted to balance the areas of the brain involved in learning or performing certain skills, such as reading, math, or auditory and visual processing. Once balance is recovered, the person can learn more easily.

Eliminating the “Trial and Error” Approach to Medications

Many people go through several trials with medication in an effort to find the right one, and sometimes they never do. We can identify the best medication for your specific needs using our  CNS Response Test.

A Quick Explanation of Neurofeedback.

Learn more about neurofeedback, how it works, what it helps, and why it’s different than other available options. With neurofeedback, your brain changes itself.

Neurofeedback for Traumatic Brain Injury? Yes!

After just six weeks of neurofeedback at the Center for Brain, April made more progress healing from her traumatic brain injury than she’d made in the previous nine years.

Why Can Brain Training Help When Other Methods Haven’t Worked?

It comes down to the brain’s amazing capacity to change itself—a process known as neuroplasticity. We used to believe that the brain’s development became fairly fixed at an early age and we really couldn’t expect more. We now know, through extensive research, that this simply isn’t true.

Eliminating the “Trial and Error” Approach to Medications

Many people go through several trials with medication in an effort to find the right one, and sometimes they never do. We can identify the best medication for your specific needs using our  CNS Response Test.

To hear Mike Cohen answer common questions about neurofeedback, tune into his interview with host Daria Anne DiGiovanni on W4CY internet radio out of West Palm Beach, Florida.

Why hasn’t your doctor told you about neurofeedback?

Unfortunately, most physicians and healthcare professionals are unfamiliar with neurofeedback technology and its many applications. This is in part because there is no large industry, such as the pharmaceutical industry, that benefits from educating physicians about it. Even those who do know about it haven’t invested the time necessary to learn about it. At Center for Brain, we’ve been studying and working with neurofeedback technology for more than two decades and know exactly how to use it to help people with a variety of brain-based conditions.

Conditions helped by training the brain:

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