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I want to know more. Where can I find more information about Neurofeedback?

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Is Neurofeedback covered by insurance?

EEG biofeedback or neurofeedback has been given a rating of Level 1 –“Best Support”–intervention for Attention Deficit & Hyperactivity Disorders by the American Academy of Pediatrics. There is an insurance code for biofeedback, under which Neurofeedback is covered. However, the … Continue reading

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What happens if clients are taking medications?

With successful Neurofeedback the medications targeting brain function may very well no longer be needed, or they may be needed at lower dosages, as the brain takes over more of the role of regulating itself. It is important for clients … Continue reading

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What is the success rate of Neurofeedback?

Dr. Amanda has been using Neurofeedback since 1994, and has reached the point where she and our staff have very high expectations for training. When such success does not occur, or if the gains cannot hold, then there is usually … Continue reading

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Do the effects of Neurofeedback training really last?

If the problem being addressed is simply one of brain disregulation, then the answer is yes, and that covers a lot of ground. Neurofeedback involves learning by the brain and if that brings order out of disorder, the brain will … Continue reading

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What conditions is Neurofeedback successful in helping?

We are especially concerned with the more “intractable” brain-based problems for people, adults and children, whose needs are not currently being met—sometimes because the biological underpinnings of the problem are not fully understood or accepted. This includes: Seizures and sub-clinical … Continue reading

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Is Neurofeedback considered a cure for any condition?

In the case of organic brain disorders, it can only be a matter of getting the brain to function better rather than of curing the condition. When it comes to problems of brain disregulation, we would say that there is … Continue reading

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How is Neurofeedback used to train each person’s unique brain?

Through the years, specific Neurofeedback training protocols have been developed that are useful with certain classes of problems such as attention, anxiety and depression, seizures and migraines, as well as cognitive functioning. There are a number of assessment tools we … Continue reading

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How is Neurofeedback done?

We apply sensors to the scalp to gather brainwave activity, and this signal is processed by computer. Information is extracted about key brainwave frequencies.The display shows the ebb and flow of this activity back to the person–or really, to that … Continue reading

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What is Neurofeedback used for?

Many conditions in which the brain is not working as well as it might can be positively impacted by Neurofeedback: essentially, EEG biofeedback addresses the numerous problems of brain disregulation. These include the anxiety & depression, attention deficits, behavior disorders, … Continue reading

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