Neurofeedback in the News

Rewiring Your Brain: Neurofeedback Goes Mainstream

by Winston Ross

"Neurofeedback, which uses real-time displays of brain activity to teach the brain to self-regulate, is a technique neurologists have wielded since the 1960s." Click here to read more

(Newsweek, May 2016)

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Therapists are using neurofeedback to treat ADHD, PTSD and other conditions

by Arlene Karidis

"Research suggests that these [neurofeedback] signals enable the brain to revive its communication channels, which can become impaired after a brain injury." Click here to read more

(The Washington Post, January 2015)

Former Broncos Seek Concussion Relief Through Neurofeedback

by Brian Maass

"After going through the protocol, 'It was kind of like night and day,' said former Denver Broncos offensive lineman Dave Studdard, 'The light came back on, clarity just everywhere.'" Click here to read more

(CBS Denver, February 2016)