Neurofeedback Associates Inc. and Dr. Gail Sanders Durgin can help you by using non-invasive training techniques to train your brain and body to help reduce or eliminate symptoms of problems and disabilities.
Neurofeedback has been found to be helpful in reducing symptoms of a number of issues including:
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
- Autism, Aspergers, and Developmental Delay
- Attachment Disorders
- Anxiety & Panic Disorders
- Sleep Disorders
- Learning Disabilities
- OCD & Obsessive Thinking
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Head Injury and Stroke
- Stress Related Conditions
These treatments have been used extensively for over 30 years. Studies show that neurofeedback now meets American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry's criteria for clinical guidelines for the following disorders:
- Anxiety Disorders
- Reading Disabilities
- Addictive Disorders
This is very exciting news as other clinical reports are showing success with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (Autism), Migraines and Reactive Attachment Disorder. However, there are many more disorders being helped today.
At Neurofeedback Associates we offer a range of services to assist you in improving your physical, emotional and mental health.
Who's using Neurofeedback & Biofeedback today?
- The Air Force
- Olympic Athletes
- Army (West Point)
- Business Executives
- TV Stars
- Champion Tennis Players
- Opera Singers
- College Students
- World Cup Soccer Players
- Olympic Gold Medal Skiers
A recent addition to this list of users is the US Army. The US Army has selected 19 channel LORETA Neurofeedback training for use at its Wounded Warrior Facility at Fort Campbell. This new program is available at Neurofeedback Associates Inc.
The most frequent use of neurofeedback is for ADD/ADHD. It has been shown to be effective in a number of studies.
ADD and ADHD are diagnosed using a checklist or questionnaire to evaluate how well a child's behavior matches a list of criteria. Other conditions often have some of the same behaviors and can make a clear diagnosis difficult to determine.
On an episode of The Dr. Phil Show, Dr. Frank Lawlis on the Dr. Phil show discussed how using qEEG or brain mapping can help parents determine if their child actually has ADD. Several brainwave patterns can indicate ADD but the most significant one is too much theta (slow brain waves) in the front and central areas of the brain.
In their book, "Delivered from Distraction," Dr. Edward M. Hallowell and Dr. John J. Ratey discuss how qEEG can be used to verify an ADD diagnosis. They are currently using qEEG in their own clinic. Since his attendance at a Neurofeedback conference, The Society for the Advancement of Brain Analysis, Dr. Holloween has started using neurofeedback in his private practice.
In Greensboro, qEEG and neurofeedback training are available at Neurofeedback Associates Inc. Call 336-540-1972