Cutting-Edge Neurofeedback Research
At the Brain Wave Center, we study neurofeedback research carefully. According to The International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR) there are 1,447 peer reviewed journal articles cited in the National Library of Medicine relating to the efficacy of neurofeedback. These articles detail the potential effectiveness of neurofeedback for various symptoms including ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, brain fog, stress, memory, focus and more.
Neurofeedback is effective on its own, but research indicates that neurofeedback is frequently used as an adjunct to traditional treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy, meditation and pharmaceuticals. In addition, clinical evidence shows that when neurofeedback is added to other therapies, the outcomes are typically superior. This leads to one of our favorite sayings at The Brain Wave Center: “neurofeedback plays well with others!”
Without drugs and using nationally recognized brain mapping techniques, we develop neurofeedback programs customized to each individual to overcome a multiple issues and experience long-lasting results. Neurofeedback focuses on building new neural pathways to strengthen the brain, rather than just treating symptoms. It’s like a personal training session that challenges and retrains the brain to function in a more optimal state.
When we discuss your challenges and goals during a session, we can inform you of the neurofeedback research related to your condition. Our website contains relevant studies for different symptoms. We want to make sure you have the all the information to make an informed decision which is the reason we provide a free consultation before the treatment protocol.
For more information, call 941-552-4500 or visit BrainwaveSarasota.com.