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Imagine how much easier life would be if you could eliminate the loss of focus and concentration associated with ADD? Or put a stop to the fidgeting, outbursts, and overall poor behavioral control due to ADHD?
Neurofeedback training can do just that.
Neurofeedback training goes to the source of these symptoms – the brain itself. The training helps the brain learn to become more balanced. Those with a diagnosis of ADHD and ADD often have too many Delta and Theta brain waves – that is, brain waves that indicate the brain is in deep relaxation rather than active and alert. By improving brain function, we can reduce or, in many cases, eliminate the symptoms entirely. Better brain function means better focus, concentration, memory, and mood. Neurofeedback uses your brain`s natural ability to learn in order to help it function in a healthier, more efficient manner.
One Parent’s Story
Our patients have been telling us that neurofeedback therapy has made a noticeable difference for their children, at school and at home.
“My husband and I totally recommend it. We are impressed with how this protocol works on our six old boys who are diagnosed with developmental delays. His teachers didn’t know about his neurofeedback training when they told me that our son had shown progress at school – and this happened after the first session! We can see from the very beginning of these sessions our sweet boy can focus for a longer stretch of time and is less distracted. He is calmer and is able to speak more and better. We are so glad to meet Dr. Carlton and his team. They are very friendly and professional people. Thanks, Dr. Carlton for your dedication to the community, and God bless you.” – Janet S
How does neurofeedback work?
Imagine going to a teacher for piano lessons. Over time, with repetition and practice, you can learn how to play. The feedback portion of our training acts as the teacher, only it is teaching better, more efficient ways of thinking. One study published in Pediatrics, the Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, reported that neurofeedback, when used for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) “contributes to lasting improvements.” See links to more clinical research and read our eBook for more in-depth information.