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Answers to Your Frequently Asked Questions About Neurofeedback

Dr Paola discussing options with patientNeurotherapy is also referred to as EEG biofeedback and neurofeedback. It involves helping you learn how to adapt your brainwave activity to improve attention, decrease impulsivity and control hyperactive behaviors.

One of the many benefits of neurofeedback is that it’s a painless, non-invasive approach to addressing various learning and behavioral disorders, pain, illness and more. Our cutting-edge solutions include neuro therapy and brain training.

This non-invasive process allows Dr. Paola, who is board certified in neurofeedback, to monitor your brain waves and incorporate changes in brain activity. This process is known as operant conditioning. This approach increases learning capabilities by providing rewards for positive behavior.

Below are answers to some FAQ we get about neurofeedback.

How long has neurofeedback been around?

This method of retraining the brain has been in existence for about 60 years.

Are there any side effects?

No, there are no negative side effects to it.

How many sessions will it take for me to see results?

Every person is different but you will probably see consistent changes at about the 15-session mark.

How often should I come in for treatment?

Ideally, you should come in at least two times a week.

How long does each appointment take?

Please reserve an hour for each session.

Do you redo brain mapping after a certain period?

Yes, we do one after every 20 sessions.

Does insurance cover neurofeedback?

No, it does not.

Is neurofeedback appropriate for kids?

Yes, we can use neurofeedback on children, but we prefer that they be at least 8 years of age as they will need to sit still and pay attention to directions.

Can I have neurofeedback in conjunction with any of your other services?

Absolutely. We may find that you also could benefit from having your spine adjusted or receiving acupuncture. We can make recommendations based on your particular condition and goals.

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If you’re wondering if you could benefit from neurofeedback, contact our practice today.

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