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Neurofeedback Therapy in Orlando

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive treatment using the EEG and providing the patient with feedback in the form of a movie, game, or images. During the neurofeedback session, you observe your brain in action from moment to moment. Neurofeedback is conducted by attaching sensors/electrodes to your scalp, which then picks up the brain waves. The feedback shows you your brain activity and helps your brain to change it by rewarding shifts toward a more appropriate and stable brain state. It is completely painless and does not involve the application of voltage or current into the brain. Neurofeedback can be used to help with any brain dysfunction.

How does neurofeedback work?

How does Neurofeedback work?

At the core of the Neurofeedback therapy is self-control training through which we teach your brain to manage brain waves to an optimal level. The process is painless and you are awake during the entire EEG process as brain waves are measured.

What can Neurofeedback do for me?

Through the harmonization of your brain waves, Neurofeedback therapy can correct abnormal brain waves—either when they are aggressively fast or unusually slow—by rewarding the patient for self-correcting your ability to focus and remain engaged.

How can I get Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback therapy starts with an interest to make a change in your life that allows your brain to focus and optimize your brain waves for a healthier output. We are always ready to welcome new patients to guide them through the EEG Biofeedback process.

Discover the benefits of Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback or EEG Biofeedback is increasingly useful in helping everyday people train their brains to improve ailing conditions such as ADHD, autism, PTSD, chronic pain, insomnia, and many more. By improving the way you manage brain waves, it is possible to achieve peak performance at work, in your personal life, and in your daily activities.

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Who can benefit from Neurofeedack?

Brain dysregulation can be tackled with Neurofeedback therapy to alleviate a variety of conditions in both adults and children. Anxiety, sleep disorders, migraines, PMS, PTSD, and many more ailments can be addressed with this type of therapy to help patients manage or resolve them for a better quality of life.

Neurofeedback Benefits

Common Conditions Treated

Neurofeedback has been used successfully to treat a variety of conditions often diagnosed and treated with invasive or intensive therapies that do not address the source of the ailment. By regulating your brain waves, your brain can learn to manage these conditions at the source of your ailment.

Child autism treatment with Neurofeedback


Autism has become a far-too-common ailment for children for a variety of reasons and it limits their ability to grow into high-functioning adults. However, Neurofeedback offers hope in treating the brain waves to increase the cognitive abilities of children with varying degrees of autism.

Insomnia treatment with Neurofeedback


Millions of people go to bed every night in hopes of enjoying a good night’s sleep—only to stare at their clocks, ceilings, and cell phones without being able to rest their minds and relax. Neurofeedback is an effective treatment for helping you get a well-rested night.

Depression treatment with Neurofeedback


Depression chips away at our minds and eventually make our bodies crumble to a point from where it is difficult to recover. Neurofeedback is used to treat a range of depressive states and other mental health conditions to reduce or eliminate its effects.

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Neurofeedback in the Media

“Our intellectual abilities and emotional resources can be considerably enhanced with neurofeedback training.”

“EEG biofeedback meets the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry criteria for clinical guideline (CG) for treatment of ADHD, seizure disorders, anxiety (OCD, GAD, PTSD, phobias), depression, reading disabilities, and addictive disorders. This suggests that EEG biofeedback should always be considered as an intervention for these disorders by the clinician.”