What is Neurofeedback? Download and share a PDF version Neurofeedback is biofeedback for the brain. It’s like going to the gym specifically for enhancing your brain. Our goal is to help your brain learn a new way to function better. Neurofeedback uses advanced computer technology to help your brain become more flexible, stable and functional. [...]
If you sleep well you probably don’t give sleep much thought . But if you have trouble going to sleep or staying asleep, it ’s likely a subject never far from the top of your mind. Download and share a PDF version Sleep is a complex issue, but with some lifestyle changes and neurofeedback, almost [...]
Neurofeedback Helps Chronic Anxiety Without Medication Download and share a PDF version TAKE A MOMENT TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS: Do you feel fearful? Do feelings of fear “come out of nowhere”? Do you worry excessively? Do your worries result in physical discomfort such as sweating or irritability or difficuity making decisions? Do you have trouble [...]
Download and share a PDF version Feel like you’ve tried everything? Your doctor doesn’t know what else to do? Medication not a solution. A New Type of Biofeedback Can Break the Chronic Pain Cycle If you’re reading this, you’re probably desperately seeking a solution for chronic pain. You’ve likely sought help from several healthcare professionals, [...]
Here’s a bold statement that might surprise you.
Not every child who fidgets, has trouble paying attention or struggles in school has ADHD. In fact, 50 percent of children wearing this label also have a learning disability that might have been overlooked – something I see regularly in my practice.
Download and share a PDF version Thirteen year old Aaron sat quietly at the kitchen table finishings his homework while his mother Alicia read her favorite magazine. “All done, Mom,” Aaron said, as he bounded out of his chair and headed to his bedroom with a big smile. Alicia was smiling, too, because just six [...]
Trouble Making Decisions? Memory Not as Sharp? Download and share a PDF version I wasn’t quite 60 yet but had begun to have occasional word retrieval problems. I could be holding a pen and not be able to think of the word “pen.” It wasn’t every day, but there was no doubt something was off [...]