In 2014, The Board of Pediatrics concluded that Neurofeedback is as an effective treatment for ADHD as medication.
What is Neurofeedback?
This remarkable technology was originally developed by NASA to monitor brainwaves of astronauts. Today, we apply neurofeedback clinically, using advanced computers and special electrodes placed on the scalp, in order to regulate the brain’s natural electrical activity.
How does Neurofeedback work?
Through repetition, over the course of multiple sessions, the brain trains itself to tell the problem areas of the body how to regulate themselves. New, healthier brain activity patterns are created over time, repairing and replacing the imbalanced or damaged areas of the brain.
Which conditions can Neurofeedback treat?
At the ATTN Center, we primarily focus on using neurofeedback to treat ADHD. However, neurofeedback can also be used on individuals with sleep irregularities, anxiety, depression, trauma (PTSD), and more.
Sample Brain Maps and QEEG Reports: