What Are The Benefits of Neurofeedback?

What Are The Benefits of Neurofeedback?

What are the Benefits of Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is an evidence-based therapeutic intervention. So there is a number of benefits of neurofeedback. It uses technology to help train the brain to function more optimally and help people become more adaptive, resilient, and efficient.

Patients report improvements in their memory and focus, less impulsivity, reduced anxiety, and improved mental clarity. They also report better moods and sleep. A significant upside is that all of these benefits come without the side effects of medication.

The American Academy of Pediatrics even cited neurofeedback as an ideal intervention for ADD/ADHD, on par with medication.

Another plus is that neurofeedback benefits can be expected to persist long after treatment. Because it relies on “re-training” the brain, the brain continues to perform in this new, more efficient way—the more new pathways are created, the more lasting these changes can be.

Neurofeedback has been effective for treating a wide range of conditions, including:

• Anxiety
• Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Bipolar Disorder
• Chronic Pain
• Depression
• Headaches
• Memory Issues
• Sleep Problems
• Traumatic Brain Injury

Curious about the benefits of neurofeedback? Check out our video series! Dr. Carl Schwartz discusses how neurofeedback can help people access more resiliency, better mindfulness, and increased effectiveness.

At Scottsdale Providence, we have assembled a world-class team of seasoned, compassionate, and trained professionals. We bring a combined 120 years of experience in the treatment industry and have helped countless people on the road to lasting recovery. We are more than clinicians, case managers, and counselors. Each member of our team shares an abiding commitment to every client that comes through our door. At Scottsdale Providence, our work is motivated by a genuine desire to connect people with real solutions – so they can live the lives they’ve always wanted.

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