Neurofeedback (also known as Biofeedback) therapy can help to provide long-term improvement or help to resolve the following problems/issues with reduced or no need of assistance of medications:  

Dietary & Digestive 

Lack of Appetite Awareness; Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Constipation; Picky Eater; Sugar Craving; Anorexia; Bulimia; Hypoglycemia; Gastric &/or Esophageal Reflux. 

Physical Diagnostics using Neurofeedback

Substance Addiction/Dependency, (mTBI) Mild Traumatic Brain Injury as a result accidents, fall, military combat), Sleep Disturbances including insomnia, sleep walking, nightmares/terrors, night sweats, Bruxism (teeth grinding), snoring; Body Tension and Pain; Restless Leg Syndrome; PMS; Muscle Spasms; Decreased Peak Performance Training for work and/or sports including balance, coordination, reflexes, and timing, Trigeminal Neuralgia; Tinnitus (ear ringing). 

Visual Sensory 

Dyslexia, Reading Comprehension, Math Calculation, Touch/Noise Sensitivity, Handwriting Performance; Sensory Integration; Lack of Body Awareness; Lack of Pain Awareness; Compulsive Eating; Decreased Environmental Awareness; Poor Math Understanding of Math Concepts. 


Verbal Expression; Common Sense; Sensory Integration; Social/Emotional Awareness; Muscle Spasms; Poor Math Calculation; Decreased spatial, balance/coordination, reflexes, and timing; Dyslexia; Motor/Vocal Tics; Body/Spatial Awareness; Bed Wetting; Learned Skilled Movements (gross/fine motor coordination); Handwriting; Left/Right Body Confusion  


including Bipolar (manic-depressive) Disorder; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder due to military combat, physical and emotional abuse, divorce, death in family, etc.; Obsessive Compulsive Disorder to include Anxiety: includes obsessive worrying, compulsive behavior, emotional reactivity, fear, anger, paranoia, attachment disorder due to abandonment &/or neglect; Depression including social/emotional disconnect, lack of motivation, self-isolation, obsessive negative thoughts, emotionally overwhelmed, poor optimism, rage, identity disorder; Stress (non-traumatic) due to performance pressure at work, school, and/or sports 


Headaches (chronic); Migraines; Sciatica (leg nerve pain; Fibromyalgia (chronic nerve and muscular pain); Arthritis (osteoarthritis and rheumatoid); Seizures Disorders; High Blood Pressure; Allergies (seasonal and food); Asthma (mild to severe); Chronic Pain due to previous injury, accident, surgery, or otherwise unknown reason. 


ADD/ADHD; OCD; Anger; Aggression; Emotional Reactivity; Planning/Organization; Impatience; Impulse Control; Decreased Memory Retention (short &/or long-term); Oppositional Behavior; Self-Injurious Behavior; Obsessive-Compulsive Behavior; Physiological and Emotional Stability; Decreased ability to maintain &/or shift attention of tasks; Lack of Compassion/Empathy; Thrill Seeking; Frequent Mood/Energy Level Changes; Decreased Attention to Detail. 

Better Mind = Better Function 

Non-medication based mental and behavioral health rehabilitation neurological treatment and training. Treatment approach includes use of EEG Neurofeedback technology and skilled Occupational Therapy evaluation for specific individualized evaluation and treatment to help improve the client’s neurological self-regulation performance to help decrease and/or resolve mental, behavioral, and/or physical performance issues of concern that are adversely affecting his/her life. 

Our Verdict

EEG biofeedback can help treat many conditions from ADD to as different as substance addiction or even aggression. Neurofeedback therapy can even help you perform your best at sports and other activities. Bottom line, you can increase your quality of life by training your mind. Start setting and achieving goals for better living with the help of a neurofeedback practitioner.

The majority of people understand that diet and a consistent exercise regimen can increase health, strength and stamina. Sure you can work on your body and muscles, but what about your brain? Did you know you can train your mind? The fact is your brain, just like any other muscle or body part, can be trained for increased performance. It is similar to training a muscle for “strength” or your lungs for “stamina” in preparation to a marathon.