Neurotherapy, also called neurofeedback, is used to analyze why a patient may be having physical symptoms based on what is happening at that specific time in his or her brain. If you are looking to try Neurotherapy, you can expect to have your brain activity tracked while receiving real-time feedback from your doctor. Your doctor will use an EEG (electroencephalography) to watch your brain activity. One it has been tracked, the physician will then explain what they see and why it is happening. They will provide feedback as your brain activity is changing, allowing you to better understand what is going on in your body.
This type of therapy connects the mind and body and helps a patient to understand why physiological and physical symptoms are occurring and how they work together. Neurotherapy is used to understand why symptoms of anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder and a variety of other symptoms are occurring. You can expect that your Neurotherapy treatment will be unique to your individual self and situation. The physician will work with you on your condition. This is a great option for patients who do not respond well to traditional treatment or medication and are looking for an alternative way to improve their brain function, reduce stress and understand and potentially reduce symptoms that are occurring.
This treatment is based on electrical brain activity and teaches self-regulation and improves brain function. This treatment is known to help people learn to concrete more, can help with migraines or headaches, pain, high blood pressure, and more. You can expect that Neurotherapy can help you control body functions that are typically involuntary and teach the brain to function more efficiently.