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Neurofeedback or EEG Biofeedback, Neurotherapy
Neurofeedback is a therapeutic training tool that helps to exercise, strengthen, calm, and stabilize the brain. using special computer generated games, the brain learns to adjust certain brainwave activities for improved functioning. Over time the brain learns to function with greater control and stability.

This non-invasive, drug-free, safe, and effective form of treatment helps to create healthy brain functioning. Cited by numerous research studies, neurofeedback has helped people with many conditions when no other therapies seem to work.

Brainwaves recorded at the scalp by conductive electrodes are used to interact with specially created computer games. Each game is designed to strengthen certain brainwave frequencies and/or decrease other at specific sites. Auditory and visual feedback reward the client as training goals are met. There are no medications involved, and the procedure is completely painless and non-invasive.
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Enter content here Over 2,000 health care professionals now utilize neurofeedback as an addition to existing therapies or individually.

 Genetic predispositions, prolonged stress, physical and psychological trauma and/or substance abuse can alter the central nervous system, pushing it out of normal range or deregulation. Research has indicated that specific brainwave imbalances are associated with many conditions such as:
Attention Deficit Disorder/A.D.H.D.,
Attachment Disorder,
Learning Disabilities, Autism, Aspergers, Sensory issues
Stress-related Disorders, Insomnia,
Chronic Pain,
Headaches, Migraines,
Depression, Anxiety,
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Obsessive Thinking as well as other issues.
 For more information, please contact Dr. Jackie Keish at 817 421 5555 or 817 521 0566

As brainwave frequencies move into the desired frequency patterns, symptoms may be greatly decreased or eliminated. Research has shown that the results are permanent in most cases. However, it may not be possible to predict how successful training may be for every individual, but a reasonable expectation of results can usually be addressed early in the course of training.
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