Neurofeedback is a Proven Healing Technique




Since the 1970s, neurofeedback has been researched, refined and tested. Studies show that neurofeedback can increase IQ between nine and 12 points, decrease impulsivity/hyperactivity, improve sleep patterns, heighten attention and concentration, improve academic performance and enhance memory and retention of information.

Multiple published scientific studies confirm that 80 percent of clients demonstrate significant improvement in symptoms, and that those positive changes are superior to medication, are maintained over time and have virtually no side effects.

Neurofeedback is recognized by the American Academy of Pediatrics as clinically effective for ADD/ADHD. In addition, it is considered an evidence-based, effective treatment for addiction, anxiety, autism, cognitive decline in the elderly, insomnia, migraines and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Yvonne Campbell is the owner of Zoe Therapy Services. For more information, call 804-303-9622.

 

 

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