What is Neurotherapy

Neurotherapy is the natural healing therapy that deals with skeleton, joints, muscles, blood, lymphatic channels and nerves.

It is a clinical process for changing the electrical activity, of either cortical or sub-cortical origin, of the Central Nervous System using electroencephalography-based feedback and/or electrical stimulation.

Neurotherapy helps in restoring and balancing the energy forces of the body that regulates the physiological equilibrium to perform better functions of the body, mind and spirit.

Neurotherapy, Neurofeedback, or EEG Biofeedback is an effective intervention for many physical and psychological difficulties in children and adults. A client learns to change his / her own brainwave patterns to improve symptoms such as attention, impulsivity, hyperactivity, sleep, cognitive flexibility and mood. The client's EEG is monitored and analyzed. The latest computer equipment provides the client with real-time, instantaneous visual and auditory feedback regarding what is happening in their brain. It enhances the brain's ability to respond with healthy patterns of functioning.

It is a non-invasive, painless method of treatment and creates flexibility of brainwave states. The clinician cannot read the client's mind or change any beliefs. It does not inhibit creativity or change personality.

Neurofeedback is a rapidly growing treatment for attention, behavior, and learning disorders. Research has shown it to be as effective as stimulant medication, without the side effects. Also known as EEG biofeedback or brainwave biofeedback, this technique follows a learning or operant conditioning model, rather than a pharmacological one. It can be used as an adjunct to medication or as a gradual replacement for it, depending upon the circumstance of an individual case. All forms of biofeedback involve training people to regulate their own physiology. Much like physical therapy is used to strengthen muscles and extend their range of motion, brainwave biofeedback uses a series of instrument assisted training sessions over several weeks or months to help a person gain greater control and flexibility in the neuroelectrical aspects of their brain functions. This control then permits improvement in their mental and behavioral functions. The neurotherapist acts as a teacher and coach, setting successively higher goals of performance as the trainee progresses.