Neurofeedback in Wisconsin - Locate a Neurofeedback Provider in Wisconsin

Conditions Treated with Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback can help lessen these symptoms:

What conditions can Neurofeedback treat? The list is exhaustive to say the least. Here at The Center for Mind Brain Balance (MBB), the most conclusive evidence of the efficacy of Neurofeedback is in the treatment of ADD/ADHD which by many accounts is the number 1 treatable condition. However, in the past decade more and more research has shown how effective Neurofeedback can be in the treatment of other brain disorders.

It may also work on traumatic brain injury, tics, autism spectrum disorders and seizure disorders. And of course, depending on the severity of the condition(s), it sometimes can take a long time to train/re-train the brain. Many clients may have multiple problems and multiple diagnoses. Some take medications to help, while others wish to avoid medications altogether. Either way, Neurofeedback has been found to offer a positive reduction in symptoms, often times found to be permanent.

So to recap, scientists, doctors, clinicians, and other professionals both in and out of the healthcare field are rapidly discovering a plethora of human conditions that can be treated using either Biofeedback or Neurofeedback with great and lasting success!

Who can Neurofeedback Help:

Here are just some of the conditions that we focus on and treat at MBB.
  • ADD / ADHD
  • Addictions of All Sorts
  • Anxiety / Depression
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Behavioral Problems
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Brain Injury
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Chronic Pain
  • Insomnia / Sleep Disorders
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Migraines
  • OCD
  • PTSD – Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Give us a call at The Center for Mind Brain Balance (MBB) and let us see how we can help you.

Who can Neurofeedback Help:

Neurofeedback can help a wide array of people. However, some people are too quick to give up on the benefits because they may not be working the correct location in the brain or maybe not giving the training enough time. Having the gold standard qEEG brain map, one can be assured of where any imbalances may preside in the brain and what specific frequencies are needing to be trained. In the old days, neurofeedback training would choose a particular bandwidth, such as 12-15 hz to train. Now, with the accuracy of the brain maps, we can now choose to train specific brainwaves instead of categories.

Anybody taking medications, eating poorly, living in a stressful household, surrounded with abuse or addictions will be at a disadvantage for the benefits of Neurofeedback to take effect. Again, Neurofeedback is only training the brain, not changing one’s environment. What we think, act, and feel can play an important role in brain health. Attempting to train a brainwave imbalance that is severe may not produce positive results. Conversely, attempting to train a minimal imbalance may not produce any effects felt by the client undergoing training.

Of the greatest points against Neurofeedback is the lack of training some providers seem to have. There is a wide array of providers from home trainers to licensed doctors, yet there is no licensure granted, only certifications in the area of Neurofeedback. Thus, people with limited training can provide Neurofeedback in the same way a doctor with 30 years experience would be offering it. Worse yet, there are companies building their own systems and hardware for Neurofeedback that offer certification in their equipment, but not in the same way the accredited certification board (BCIA.org) sets the high level of expectations for the professionals they certify.

Just as it is with any professional (i.e. doctor, dentist, etc.), it is imperative to find a qualified provider or clinician. It is equally important to make sure they have been properly trained and are certified by the highest credentialing board, BCIA.org.

This website is offered as a resource and learning tool for Neurofeedback training & finding a provider in Wisconsin.
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