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Neurofeedback Can Help Improve Outcomes With Autism

Neurofeedback, also called EEG biofeedback or neurotherapy, is a research proven way to help improve your brain function through computer-controlled brain training exercises. Although the technology is quite sophisticated, the process is simple, painless, and enjoyable.

All the patient has to do is sit back, relax and watch a movie or video of their own choice.

It Is Safe And Provides Long Term Change

It is just learning. We help the brain learn new more efficient ways of thinking the same way you learn

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every other skill -- through feedback and practice.  What is new in neurofeedback is that it is guided by a form of feedback that was previously not available - instantaneous information about how your brain is working in real time.

During a normal 30 minute training session, the brainwave activity is continuously compared to optimal levels.  If the brainwaves go out of the optimal range, the system generates a feedback signal in the form of changes in the audio and visual inputs.

In 20 neurofeedback sessions, with feedback every half second, the brain experiences 72,000 chances to learn. That’s a lot of repetition and practice. Brain science has shown that repetitive exercise of brain networks helps reshape the brain, allowing it to be more efficient.

What`s more, the new neural pathways created by this repetitive feedback remain long after the last training session has been completed. Just like learning to ride a bike- “You never forget!”

Recommended by leading doctors:

'With neurofeedback the child is exercising the nerve pathways that control attention and mental processing. As these neural pathways are exercised, children develop a sense of what concentration feels like, and they get excited about it. After practicing these exercises over a period of time, the pathways involved in attention and learning seem to work more efficiently. This enhanced brain activity becomes a natural part of the child's functioning.' -- William Sears, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine and practicing pediatrician for more than three decades.

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