Archive for May, 2016

An Intricately Detailed Article on the Background, Causes and Progression of PTSD and How the U.S. Military has the Highest Rate of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in History

While PTSD is most often thought of as a combat soldier’s illness, it’s not exclusive to the military. Approximately 7-8% of the population will have PTSD at some point in their lives. Women are twice as likely to develop PTSD as men. PTSD can be diagnosed by experiencing three types of symptoms during a thirty-day Read More…

Neurofeedback Decreases Pain, Increases Quality of Life in Patients with Neuropathic Pain

Neuropathy is a condition affecting the peripheral nerves in the body. (Not those of the central nervous system, which is comprised of the brain and spinal cord.) It is described as a painful burning, tingling, numbing sensation of the hands or feet. Approximately 20 million Americans suffer from this condition. The majority have an underlying Read More…

Therapists are Using Neurofeedback to Treat ADHD, PTSD and Other Conditions

This Washington Post article investigates the efficacy of Neurofeedback on a variety of conditions including: brain injury, ADHD, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, epilepsy, migraines and PTSD. Insight is offered from the practitioner’s perspective as well as a few personal stories from the clients on their amazing turnarounds as a result of Neurofeedback.   Read the Read More…

Neurofeedback for the Enhancement of Athletic Performance and Physical Balance — by D. Corydon Hammond, Ph.D., ECNS, BCIA-EEG, University of Utah School of Medicine

This article is very insightful on how Neurofeedback is specifically able to enhance athletic performance. When we think about athletes we tend to discuss and analyze their physical condition whereas their mental fitness is of equal, if not more, value to their overall performance. Neurofeedback training enhances concentration and attention by quieting all the noise Read More…

Rewiring Your Brain: Neurofeedback Goes Mainstream — by Winston Ross

This article gives you a bit of the history on Neurofeedback as well as its progression into the mainstream as a practical application for treating many neurological based conditions. These range from anxiety and depression to ADHD and stroke recovery, all with positive outcomes. It also makes a great case for why people need to Read More…