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What is neurofeedback?


Neurofeedback therapy is a noninvasive procedure that measures a patient’s brainwaves and provides the patient with real-time feedback about how the brain is functioning. It’s a type of biofeedback, which is a mind-body technique that aims to help patients gain voluntary control over certain body functions that are typically involuntary (such as heart rate, muscle contraction or brainwaves).

Who can benefit?


Neurofeedback therapy has shown improvement in the treatment of disorders including: ADHD, anxiety, depression, epilepsy, autism spectrum disorder, insomnia, drug addiction, traumatic brain injury, migraine headaches, schizophrenia and learning disabilities

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