Neurofeedback therapy and ADHD

Restore Balance to Your Brain: Neurofeedback Therapy for ADHD and ADD

Life is stressful, but having your mind running at one hundred miles an hour can make things even more difficult. Symptoms of ADD and ADHD can feel like a constant roller coaster and have a serious impact on your everyday functioning and relationships.

But there is a way you can bring balance, harmony, and ease to your mind WITHOUT the use of drugs…

Neurofeedback Therapy is a drug-free, non-invasive, and fun approach that can help alleviate and even eliminate the symptoms of ADHD and ADD.

Can you imagine what that could do for you or your child?

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Many adults and kids suffer in work and school from the acute restlessness, impulsiveness, and the inability to concentrate or multitask that comes with ADHD.
The standard immediate reaction is to prescribe drugs to help them cope. The problem with this response is that all ADHD medications have harmful side effects.

Neurofeedback therapy is a scientifically proven treatment option that does not use medicines.

 


What is Neurofeedback Therapy?

Neurofeedback therapy is a state of the art technology that ‘retrains’ the brain to do what you want it to do – in this case, shutting down the symptoms of ADD or ADHD.

It uses specialized computer equipment, giving you real-time feedback to influence your brainwaves much more effectively and gradually change them.

By regulating certain brain activities in this natural way, you can dramatically improve your quality of life without the harmful side-effects of medication.

As a bonus, the results of neurofeedback therapy are often permanent.

 


Sound like something you or your child would benefit from?

Contact us today to schedule a FREE no-obligation evaluation with our fully trained professional doctor.

Or call us on 303-794-1737 and take the first step towards balance, harmony, and ease today!

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Neurofeedback Therapy Really Works…

As one mother stated, after neurofeedback therapy, her child “saw vast improvements without medications.” Another grateful mother talked about the change in her child, who went from struggling in school to getting top grades.

We had an adult patient who was having a constant battle to get her work done on time. After just a few sessions, she commented that her focus increased significantly, and her productivity shot through the roof.


Is There Any Clinical Evidence?

Yes, there have been a variety of studies done over the years, with more being conducted as the recognition of neurofeedback therapy increases.

In a 2013 study¹, researchers showed that neurofeedback therapy was more effective than medication in helping ADHD in children. Teachers reported that the students who had undergone neurofeedback therapy showed significant improvements in academic ability.

Another recent study², performed in the Netherlands in 2019, concluded that neurofeedback is a “viable treatment alternative” for those suffering from ADHD. That is, it may replace medication in those who either can’t tolerate or don’t want to opt for pharmacological approaches.

 


If you or someone you love is suffering from ADD or ADHD, neurofeedback therapy could be the way forward.

Take the first step and contact us today to schedule a FREE Evaluation. 

We have seen the results in our office firsthand, and there is a wealth of scientific research confirming neurofeedback therapy as a safe and effective drug-free treatment option.

During your no-obligation call, you will discover if neurofeedback therapy is the right fit for your specific situation. Schedule online or give our office a call to set up an appointment now.

 

Turn your ADHD roller coaster into smooth sailing with more balanced brainwaves.

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Studies Mentioned:

1. 2013 study – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23665196/

2. 2019 Dutch study – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6538574/