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What does training the brain help?

South Florida Neurofeedback TreatmentWhen the brain works better, a lot of problems are reduced. The brain can manage problems better and works more normally.

Problems helped by training the brain

ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder)

Lots of research shows improved focus and attentional skills for ADD/ADHD.

Autism spectrum (ASD), Asperger’s syndrome, & Developmental Delays

Helps with calming and can decrease developmental delays.

Addiction

Reduces symptoms that lead to self-medication, particularly anxiety, depression, sleep.

Anxiety

People often report situations that used to make them anxious now don’t.

Attachment Disorder

Some top attachment professionals consider this an important new treatment.

Behavior and Emotional Control Challenges

Helps with calming, clearer thinking and better judgment.

Bipolar Disorder

A powerful tool for improving mood stability.

Chronic Pain

We combine BioRegulation therapy with other modalities for better management of pain and fatigue.

Concussions

Many symptoms from concussion and brain injury can improve, even in older injuries.

Dementia/Memory Loss

Innovative new technologies help brighten the brain.

Depression

When you’re stuck in a depressed state, training can help you get out of it more easily.

Learning Disabilities

New research shows that neurofeedback training can help improve reading, math, and dyslexia.

Migraines

Clients often report training reduces frequency, intensity, and duration of migraines.

OCD and Obsessive Thinking

Brain training can help you learn to quiet your mind and shut off unwanted and intrusive thoughts.

PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

Experienced clinicians report training can go well beyond hypnosis, EMDR, and psychotherapy.

Seizures and Epilepsy

Research shows training can reduce the number, frequency and duration of seizures.

Sleep

Training often helps improve sleep quality, falling or staying asleep and daytime functioning.

Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Some expert neuropsychologists who work with stroke and TBI say neurofeedback is one of the best new interventions – and one of the few treatments that can make a big difference.

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