What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback allows us to retrain the brain to achieve optimal efficiency. With a qEEG (quantitative electroencephalogram), a device that looks like a swimming cap, we are able to see inside the brain to measure your brain waves.

Using state-of-the-art equipment, we are then able to train your brain by presenting it with a view of its activity. It’s like giving the brain a mirror to see when it is operating at an optimal cognitive balance and when it deviates from that balance.

Neurofeedback training helps you get “in the zone” and is used by many athletes. It also has many therapeutic benefits.

How it Works

Neurofeedback simply measures what the brain is doing and then rewards it for positive behavior. You sit back in a comfortable chair and watch relaxing, calming images on a screen and listen to pleasant music through headphones.

When your brain is behaving ideally, the images will be vivid and the music audible. When your brain deviates from the ideal behavior, the images and the music fade.

Seeking rewards, the brain will retrain itself to behave as we want it.

Neurofeedback is to be used in conjunction with other healing modalities and therapies to benefit many conditions. Sometimes the results can be quite spectacular.

Current research shows that Neurofeedback can benefit the following conditions:





And More


Difficulty Concentrating

Poor Memory

Brain Fog



Post Stroke


Cerebral Palsy

Head Injury



How Do I Know if Neurofeedback Will Work For Me?

There are many conditions that may benefit from Neurofeedback therapy, and more specifically the Neuropathways device. Sometimes the results can be quite spectacular.

The best way to decide if Neurofeedback is right for you is to schedule a free Discovery Session with a nurse on our staff to discuss your symptoms and condition.

During this initial evaluation, our experienced team member will listen to your story, review our services in-depth, and answer all of your questions.