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Pervasive Developmental Disorder: What is PDD? What is PPD? Pervasive Developmental Disorder, or PDD, is an umbrella term for a group of conditions (including Autism and Asperger’s) that involve delays in development of a number of basic skills, including communication, use of imagination, and the ability to socialize and interact with others, and repetitive, compulisve [...]
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: PTSD Treatments The Physiological Aspect of PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can take its toll on a person’s body. In addition to the emotional struggles of Depression, Anxiety, Rage, and Sleep Disorder associated with PTSD, many who suffer from this disorder also battle with a variety of physical issues over time: high blood [...]
Behavioral Disorder: Conduct Disorder Case Study This case involved a 15 year old male, who was a gang member. His presenting symptoms/problems for Behavioral Disorder included: probation, anger, marijuana use, sugar cravings (after Pot), large appetite, severe allergies and asthma, frequent illnesses, fatigue, bruxism, and nightmares since he was five years old. Does my child [...]
Peak Performance: What is Peak Performance Training? Anyone who wants to optimize the quality of brain functioning to improve their ability to achieve their goals can benefit from neurofeedback. Peak performance, Optimal Performance or Peak Achievement training is now being used by teams in the NFL, PGA and Major League Baseball, as well as Olympic [...]
Conduct Disorder: Disorder Causes and Treatment Conduct Disorder is a very serious emotional and Behavioral Disorder in children and teens in which the child displays a pattern of disruptive, violent behavior and refuses to adhere to rules, blatantly demonstrates disrespect toward authority, and violates the rights of others. At one time, it was believed that [...]
Chronic Pain: Treatment with Neurofeedback There is a difference between acute pain and chronic pain. The acute pain you feel when you stub your toe does not actually originate in your toe. It originates instead in your brain. Damaged nerves send chemical signals to other nerves in your spinal cord. These nerves, in turn, send [...]
Behavioral Disorder: Oppositional Defiant Disorder Parents whose children suffer from a Behavioral Disorder, including Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), often question whether their children will ever be able to live normal, happy lives. The burdens of caring for a child with this disorder leave parents feeling hopeless and drained. But an effective treatment option called neurofeedback [...]
Neuroplasticity: The Brain that Changes What is Neuroplasticity? The brain has an incredible capacity to change itself! This process is called neuroplasticity, or brain plasticity. At one time, it was believed that brain development became almost cemented at a young age, and that this was unchangeable. Through extensive study and research, we have learned this [...]
Brain Food: The Benefits of Walnuts Although they may look like half a brain, as a brain food, the benefits of walnuts affect the entire organ! A natural food that is helpful in fighting cholesterol and heart disease, walnuts have also been found to help with cognitive functioning. Can Diet Affect Brain Function? Read Article [...]
Brain Injury: Healing from a TBI The CDC reports that 1.7 million people suffer a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in the US every year! These account for approximately one-third of all deaths in this country annually! It is further estimated that approximately 2% of Americans, or 5.3 million people, currently live with disabilities associated [...]