Neurofeedback Training For Concussions & Traumatic Brain Injuries

Brain injuries, ranging from concussions to minor head bumps, can lead to significant changes in brainwave activity. Even seemingly minor injuries, if not properly addressed, can accumulate over time, resulting in extensive damage.

Concussions, a mild form of traumatic brain injury (TBI), can occur from impacts to the head or rapid movements of the body. Often, concussions may not involve a loss of consciousness, and it’s possible to have a concussion without realising it.

The Long-Term Effects

These injuries can lead to a variety of neurological and psychological symptoms, including anger, sleep disturbances, concentration difficulties, headaches, and memory loss. These symptoms can persist and significantly impact a person’s life, even years after the initial injury.

How Neurofeedback Can Help

We use noninvasive qEEG technology to pinpoint specific areas of damage in the brain. Neurofeedback therapy then leverages the brain’s neuroplasticity, creating new neural pathways to circumvent damaged areas, aiding in healing and restoring brain functions.

Personalised Treatment for Diverse Cases

Each client with a brain injury has a unique story and set of challenges. Neurofeedback has shown potential in addressing symptoms across a broad spectrum of brain injuries. Research indicates significant improvements in mood, sleep quality, and cognitive abilities for those undergoing neurofeedback therapy.

Measurable Improvements with Neurofeedback

Studies reveal that 88% of individuals with mild head injuries show a 50% improvement in qEEG coherence scores after neurofeedback therapy. We’ve observed notable enhancements in working memory, immediate recall, attention, information retention, and reductions in depression and fatigue. Clients also report significant improvements in occupational and social functioning, speech, reading, writing, and emotional stability, along with reduced anxiety, anger, and mood issues.

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Frequently asked
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Some people find that neurofeedback sessions can make them temporarily tired, as is the case with any form of exercise. Others find it energising. It all depends on your baselines and goals.

Neurofeedback benefits tend to be different for each individual. With consistent training the new neuro-connections / pathways are integrated and become dominant over time. A healthy lifestyle does help to support the process.

Neurofeedback is not yet recognised by the NHS.

If you are located in the USA, Neurofeedback is covered by most US health insurance companies.

Any reductions in medication should be handled by your doctor. NEVER stop taking or alter your dosage of prescribed medications without consulting with the prescribing physician.

We don’t diagnose, nor is a diagnosis required to understand the problem. We map your brain, looking for areas of over or under-activity that correspond to your symptoms, and design a brain training programme to help you move forward.

For this reason, neurofeedback is better viewed as ‘personal training’ rather than a ‘treatment’; a way to shift your mind out of stuck patterns to relieve the corresponding symptoms. Nor is neurofeedback a ‘cure’ for these diagnosed conditions; we work toward symptom resolution by resolving the underlying imbalances.

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