What is Neurotherapy?
Neurotherapy is for the brain what physical therapy is for the body, practicing healthy brain habits and extinguishing bad brain habits in order to improve a person's mental and physical health and well-being. We use operant conditioning to achieve changes in brain activity, training an individual's brain activity in real time.
Who may benefit from neurotherapy?
Individual results vary but neurotherapy tends to improve attention, memory, conduct, mood, and sleep. It is a neurobehavioral therapy with a 40-year success record of remediating symptoms associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, anxiety, addiction, seizure, and brain injury.
How is it performed?
We begin with a comprehensive evaluation of brain function by analyzing an individual's brainwaves. A schedule of weekly or biweekly EEG training sessions are determined based on brain function issues and most training regiments last from 20 to 40 sessions. For more information about whether neurotherapy is appropriate for you, a family member, or friend, contact Dr David Kaiser
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