Who Can Benefit From Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback can help in the area of Executive Function.  This refers to the complex neurological processes in the frontal lobe of our brain.  This area of the brain helps us plan, manage time, and get organized.  This requires a complex set of skills such as being able to pay attention, self-monitor, and regulate emotions. These skills are developed in childhood and generally improve over time. Unfortunately, executive function can be affected by trauma, or decline in adults because of the normal aging process.  In those cases, we can become less organized, less inter-connected, less efficient and more anxious.  Neurofeedback can help executive function, and with the normal aging process.

Studies at Imperial College in London have shown that Neurofeedback enhances the performance of musicians, dancers, opera singers, students and others. The military is using Neurofeedback to train sharp shooters and “Top Gun” pilots. Neurofeedback is also used for addiction.  A recent study found  77% of substance dependent subjects were sober one year after Neurofeedback, as compared to 44% of control subjects.

NEUROFEEDBACK IS ALSO USED TO TREAT THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS

Physical

TBRI

Headaches

Seizure Disorders

Post Concussion Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue

Adrenal Fatigue

Auto Immune Diseases

Sensory

Auditory Hypersensitivity

Visual Deficits

Chemical Sensitivities

Tactile Hypersensitivity

Visual Hypersensitivity

Sensory Deficits

Poor Body Awareness

Attention and Learning

ADD / ADHD

Distractibility / Poor Concentration

Trouble Remembering Names

Difficulty Shifting Tasks or Attention

Academic struggles

Slow Thinking

Behavioral

Behaviors Associated with Autism

Compulsive Behaviors

Poor Eye Contact

Hyperactivity

Impulsivity

Motor or Vocal Tics

Emotional

PTSD

Depression

Anxiety

Mood Swings

Sleep

Poor Sleep Cycles

Difficulty Falling and/or Staying Asleep

Pain

Migraines

Chronic Pain

Muscle Tension Headaches

Sinus Headaches

Fibromyalgia Pain