Neurotherpy

Neurotherapy is an approach to therapy for issues like anxiety, ADHD, depression, brain fog, developmental delays, and fatigue that targets changing brain states. The term includes neurofeedback and biofeedback, which aim to retrain the brain, either developing new skills or increasing brain fitness and performance through exercise.

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What to Expect

Neurotherapy works, in part, by reducing a person’s reaction to emotions or stress. It also provides a clearer mindset, which is helpful for making more positive decisions.  The techniques learned in Neurotherapy can also be practiced when you’re engaged in normal, everyday activities at work, school, or home. This helps you learn how to get your brain to respond in a healthier way in the environments where you spend most of your time.

Neurotherapy Helps With

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Improving Cognitive Functions

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Depression

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Anxiety & Stress Relief

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ADHD & Concentration

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Concussions

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Brain Fog & Memory

About

What to Expect

Neurotherapy works, in part, by reducing a person’s reaction to emotions or stress. It also provides a clearer mindset, which is helpful for making more positive decisions.  The techniques learned in Neurotherapy can also be practiced when you’re engaged in normal, everyday activities at work, school, or home. This helps you learn how to get your brain to respond in a healthier way in the environments where you spend most of your time.

Neurotherapy Helps With

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Improving Cognitive Functions

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Depression

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Anxiety & Stress Relief

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ADHD & Concentration

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Concussions

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Brain Fog & Memory

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is biofeedback for the brain. The training tends to improve cognitive function, attention, mood, anxiety, and behavior. It helps quiet the mind. It is painless and generally has no side effects.

How is neurofeedback used clinically?

Think of it as regulating central nervous system-related problems or “dysregulation”. It’s commonly used for a wide variety of conditions such as ADD, ADHD, depression, anxiety, attachment disorder, autism, panic attacks, optimal performance, traumatic brain injury, seizures, and sleep problems, all without expensive and often ineffective drugs.

How often do you need to come for training?

Once a week is typical. Three to four times a week can be helpful depending on your individual case.

Do symptoms ever get worse with neurofeedback training?

No clinician has reported symptoms getting worse over the long-term using neurofeedback.

How long does the effect of training last?

Research shows that once the problem is fixed it remains fixed provided that neurotherapy continues until the brainwave changes are stable.

When do you stop the training?

We recommend not stopping training the minute symptoms get better. It takes some time for the brain to learn a new habit. By continuing to train a few sessions after you’ve noticed consistent and reliable improvement, you turn the healthier patterns into a new brain habit.

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The office’s mission is to help our clients achieve their health goals through the latest combination of cutting-edge personal training strategies and master-level manual therapies available. Our focus centers on correcting the symptomatic causes of pain, nerve disorders, muscle injury, and spinal-related issues. 

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