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 Traumatic Brain Injury FACTS:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury causes 20 times more disabilities than AIDS, Breast Cancer, Spinal Cord Injuries, and Multiple Sclerosis combined.
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries have claimed more lives than all U.S. wars combined since 1977.
  • Approximately 1.5 million Americans sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury each year.
  • Traumatic Brain Injury is the number one cause of both death and disability in children and young adults.
  • Each year in America approximately 300,000 individuals are seen by Medical Doctors as a result of a blow to their head. Of that number, between 50,000 and 100,000 will have prolonged symptoms affecting their relationships and/or their abilities to work.

 

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Children who have suffered head trauma often evidence severe conduct problems. They can be moody, hyperactive, impulsive, angry, aggressive and conflict seeking.  This type of behavior is often misdiagnosed as ADD and a drug such as Ritalin is prescribed, which most often makes the problems more intense or have no effect. 

When someone suffers trauma, be it emotional or physical, or becomes neurophysiologically imbalanced, neurofeedback may be of enormous benefit to help them reclaim their potential.  Although it won't make someone smarter, faster, or better than they are physically or genetically capable, neurofeedback can bring back their best.

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Often those who've experienced the benefits of neurofeedback feel a sense of becoming their "old self"—reclaiming the the potential and capabilities they have previously experienced at peak times.  Successful training helps the brain and nervous system to regain equilibrium and stability and better control and balance itself.

In neurological functioning, a minor change of state can manifest in a profound difference in one's subjective experience.  When stress or other outside factors, or biologically based mechanisms, disturb the nervous equilibrium, neurofeedback can catalyze the brains own ability to rebalance, which to the stressed individual, can be experienced as a reversal effect.

With neurofeedback training, the central nervous system learns to retone it's own reactions to stimulation.  The size of one's neurological reaction reduces, which helps the person to be more discerning and function at a higher level.

Individuals in the performing arts, athletes, and others involved in activities requiring high levels of functioning appreciate the advantage of performing at their peak potential.  And when one knows of having lost that potential, reclaiming it is really regaining the world of possibilities.

 

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