ADD, or Attention Deficit Disorder is a neurological disorder where the individual struggles with a range of behavioral problems such as inability to focus, failure to follow instruction, failure to complete tasks promptly, or difficulty with social interactions.
Similarly, ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, looks very similar to ADD, only it includes the issue of hyperactivity in the form of excessive energy. These individuals have trouble sitting still, are unable to sit when sitting is expected, blurt out inappropriately, struggle to wait their turn, and always seem “on the go,” as if their energy was endless.
Just like your body breaks down different types of food nutrients, you absorb and break different types of light in the same way. Red and Near-Infrared Light especially has been proven to reestablish ...View Solution
LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System) was created as an alternative to medication and is often used in conjunction with psychotherapy for those who seek changes in brain function. Whether they are st...View Solution
The Neurofeedback LORETA Z-Score allows us to take a tracing of an individual’s brainwaves and convert them into a three-dimensional image of the brain. This allows us to study and apply biofeedback t...View Solution
We use a host of different tools and technology with an emphasis on magnetic impulses as a noninvasive method of therapy when treating the brain. This can include PEMF (magnetic energy that redirects ...View Solution
A qEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram), more commonly known as brain mapping, is a method of assessing an individuals brain activity. These scans look directly at the activity of the brain to dete...View Solution