Generalized Anxiety Disorder is characterized by suffering from a sense of undoing worry or concern about a number of different things. Those who suffer from GAD can find themselves incessantly preoccupied with issues such as health, money, work, family, and more. Their worry will seem unwarranted or ill-proportioned to the actual issues at hand. With GAD, this stress preoccupies more days than not and persists for six months or longer.
HRVB, or Heartrate Variability Biofeedback, is used to treat a variety of disorders as well as enhance athletic performance. Abnormally low HRV can result in low susceptibility to stress and is associ...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
The Regenesis is a powerful low level laser. The use of low levels of visible or near-infrared (NIR) light for reducing pain, inflammation and edema, promoting healing of wounds, deeper tissues and ne...View Solution
Resperate is a small electronic device that promotes slow, deep breathing in patients. Available without a prescription, Resperate aims to lower the heart rate through breathing techniques, which can,...View Solution