ADD/ADHD Treatment

Attention deficit disorder is a brain/neurological disorder that become increasingly disruptive during childhood, adolescence, and into adulthood. The structure of the brain is usually normal, but the manner in which the brain is functioning is abnormal in someone with ADD/ADHD.

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Depression Treatment

Neuroscientists have now discovered a brain pattern that allows us to identify individuals with a biological predisposition for developing depression. This biological marker appears to be very robust, having been replicated many times in brain mapping research utilizing quantitative EEG (QEEG) and neuroimaging.

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Autism Treatment

Autism is a brain/neurological disorder that become increasingly disruptive during childhood, adolescence, and into adulthood. The structure of the brain is usually normal, but the manner in which the brain is functioning is abnormal in someone with autism.

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Balance

As we grow older, problems with balance also simply decrease mobility and physical activity. When you are afraid of falling, you become less active, which leads to declines in physical ability, strength, and your quality of life. This decline in activity and independence also leads to depression. Thus improving your physical balance can be vitally important. Physical instability does not need to be considered a normal part of aging because there is help available.

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Fibromyalgia/Chronic Fatique

Research finds that chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia (FM), and post-polio syndrome (PPS) appear to frequently be accompanied by a generalized slowing of brainwave activity. The brain map below is from a patient with CFS and FM who has excessive slow brainwave activity in the theta and alpha frequency bands, and deficient beta brainwaves.

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Sleep Disorders

Neuroscientists have now discovered a brain pattern that allows us to identify individuals with a biological predisposition for developing depression. This biological marker appears to be very robust, having been replicated many times in brain mapping research utilizing quantitative EEG (QEEG) and neuroimaging.

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OCD Behaviors

Neuroscientists have now discovered a brain pattern that allows us to identify individuals with a biological predisposition for developing depression. This biological marker appears to be very robust, having been replicated many times in brain mapping research utilizing quantitative EEG (QEEG) and neuroimaging.

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Anxiety

Neuroscientists have now discovered a brain pattern that allows us to identify individuals with a biological predisposition for developing depression. This biological marker appears to be very robust, having been replicated many times in brain mapping research utilizing quantitative EEG (QEEG) and neuroimaging.

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Learning Disorders

Learning Disorders are  brain/neurological disorder that become increasingly disruptive during childhood, adolescence, and into adulthood. The structure of the brain is usually normal, but the manner in which the brain is functioning is abnormal in someone with LD.

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PTSD

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IBS

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Traumatic Brain Injury/Seizures

In recent years, the consequences of brain injuries have been recognized. Usually, persons with a head injury have CAT scans or MRI’s, which often don’t reveal organic damage since they look at the structure of the brain and not how the brain functions. As a result, accident victims were often not taken seriously and accused of fabricating their symptoms. However, more recently, tests of brain function have found a basis for the symptoms.

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Substance Abuse

Alcohol and drugs are psychoactive substances. They act in the brain, and their effects represent changes in neurological functioning. It is possible to learn to control one’s brain states from within, without drugs and alcohol. In this way, addictions can be overcome without a lifetime of struggle and craving. Neurofeedback (also called EEG biofeedback) trains the brain to modulate its level of activity, to become more or less activated according to the needs of the individual.

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ChemoBrain

Research finds that 20%-40% of persons who go through chemotherapy or radiation treatment for cancer develop chemotherapy-induced cognitive dysfunction, popularly known as chemo brain or chemo fog. Chemobrain symptoms commonly include mental cloudiness, problems concentrating, trouble being able to multi-task, and forgetfulness.

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