What kinds of conditions can be improved with Neurofeedback?
- Chronic Fatigue
- Memory Loss
- and more!
Neurofeedback is a non-invasive process where brain waves are monitored in real time by a computer, which can then use that information to produce changes in brainwave activity.
Through operant conditioning, the brain is rewarded when the audio or video returns to normal. Eventually the brain learns to stay in the healthy ranges without the reward stimulus, and is able to sustain normal activity independent of the computer. This is achieved by reconnecting functional pathways in the brain.
Neurofeedback sessions take place after a Brain Map has been done. The brain map is an important tool we use to evaluate your brainwaves and identify opportunities to improve communication between various regions of the brain. The brain map creates a visual representation for each lobe of the brain and each specific brain wave (Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta) Also included is an analysis page, which indicates the presence of a particular symptom, and a suggested protocol for training the patient’s brain back into normal ranges.