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22 11, 2019

ADHD Improvements With Neurofeedback

By |2023-03-21T16:50:02+00:00November 22, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on ADHD Improvements With Neurofeedback

Brain mapping the source of ADHD Neurofield technology for help with ADHD An Elegant Way To Better Understand ADHD Focus and attention are essential for children to do well in school.  The frontal lobes should be balanced with Alpha and Beta waves to help them attend to all [...]

10 11, 2017

What is Neurofeedback

By |2023-04-13T16:36:34+00:00November 10, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on What is Neurofeedback

A brief introduction to neurofeedback and what its benefits are, presented by Claud Matney, PE, neurofeedback engineer for nCenter in Bozeman, MT.

5 01, 2017

TDCS for Survivors of Strokes

By |2023-03-30T17:11:09+00:00January 5, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on TDCS for Survivors of Strokes

At the nCenter, we use a form of neurostimulation known as “transcranial direct current stimulation” or tDCS, for depression and anxiety and for accelerated learning.  However, tDCS has recently emerged as a promising tool to facilitate stroke recovery. This non-invasive brain stimulation can induce changes in the brain known as [...]

9 12, 2016

TDCS for Cognitive Enhancement

By |2023-03-30T17:09:53+00:00December 9, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on TDCS for Cognitive Enhancement

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) can be grouped with three of its cousins, all of which contribute to cognitive enhancement.  The other members of this family of neurotechnologies are Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (tMS), Transcranial Random Noise Stimulation (tRNS) and Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS). This post focuses in TDCS, which is the [...]

7 11, 2016

Neurofeedback Intensives

By |2023-03-27T16:37:24+00:00November 7, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Neurofeedback Intensives

Ideally, neurofeedback is conducted at least twice per week. Research has shown that frequent repetition of training, or entraining, is effective in anchoring the desired changes by creating desired shifts in brain activity over time. At the nCenter we have seen neurofeedback processes reduce anxiety, depression, suicidal tendencies, obsessive thought [...]

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