Your Brain Is Like A Symphony:
It Needs To Be In Tune To Function Properly.
Your brain is a complex organ with hundreds of actions taking place every minute. Much like a symphony, when all musicians are in sync the sound is harmonious. But if one musician is out of tune, the overall sound is affected. Brainwaves operate in much the same way, working together to keep your mind and body in sync and running smoothly. But if any of your brainwaves are off, it can impact your entire system negatively.
We Can Help Tune The Brain Safely.
There are 4 primary brainwaves that control our brains:
- Beta waves - Critical thinking, focus, attention
- Alpha waves - Subconscious, relaxation
- Delta waves - Sleep, regeneration, mental healing
- Theta waves - Emotions, daydreaming, creativity
We specialize in brain based therapies using modern technology to map the brain and accurately identify problem areas. We combine brain training programs like neurofeedback with nutrition and other modalities to correct brainwaves. If you change your brain, you can change your life!
Conditions Clinically Responsive To Neurofeedback:
What if you could improve or eliminate chronic neurological conditions just by watching a movie or listening to music?
Neurofeedback is a computer based therapy that monitors and corrects unhealthy brainwaves while the user is engaged with a movie or music. Unlike drugs that only mask symptoms, neurofeedback results can often be permanent. The process is safe, non-invasive, enjoyable and has decades of qualified research.
Neurofeedback does not target any specific condition. Instead it corrects brainwaves and changes timing and activation patterns in the brain. The result is better brain function, which can improve or eliminate most neurological conditions. It could be the most important new tool for mental and neurological health available today.
Neurofeedback Is Safe For All Ages
Why We offer Neurofeedback
"Many patients come to us after seeing their primary care physician, who only offered drugs for their symptoms. But drugs do not work well on neurological problems. That's because the root cause often lies in the brain.
"These people who come to us have tried many other methods and are fed up. The best part is that our system eliminates the guesswork and provides an accurate snapshot of brain issues. Then we can target those problem areas using neurofeedback.
Once we show a patient their brain map and they can visually see just what is wrong, they become very excited about the possibilities for permanent relief."
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Our system is approved by the Food and Drug Administration. In fact, the FDA recognizes that neurofeedback has NEVER produced a serious side effect since it was first discovered over 40 years ago. There are also thousands of research articles and personal testimonials that prove it effectiveness. Click a box below to learn more.
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