Neurotherapy Options in Minnesota
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How Can Neurotherapy Help?
Neurotherapy is a combination of two individual therapies known as neurostimulation and neurofeedback. And these therapies are used to treat a variety of neuro-related conditions.
At Newbridge, we assess your condition prior to any therapy session by measuring brain activity using a Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG). We interpret this data to see how your brain activity compares to the normative database of similar patients in your age group and recommend treatment through our science-based approach.
Neurostimulation uses pulsed electromagnetic field stimulation (pEMF), along with transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) techniques. This form of therapy works to increase the blood flow to your brain, which allows for heightened brain activity that can work to change your brainwave patterns, create new pathways, and heal after the treatment.
The purpose of pEMF and tACS is to train the brain by showing it how we want it to act through administering a current. When exposed to this current, the brain then mimics this stimulation.
IASIS Microcurrent Neurofeedback
IASIS Microcurrent Neurofeedback is used to treat several mental health or psychological symptoms such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, and other disorders. And this treatment has been linked to numerous positive patient reports including:
- Improved mental clarity
- Enhanced sense of calm
- Better sleep
- More energy
- Less emotional reactivity
- Positive mood
- Reduction in brain fog
- Higher productivity
Overall, Neurotherapy can be extremely helpful if you’re looking to improve cognition, executive function, memory, or everyday decision-making ability. At Newbridge, we work with individuals with the following conditions through our Neurotherapy program:
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Anxiety Disorders
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Developmental Delays
- Dyslexia and Dyscalculia
- Head Injuries
- Meditation Improvement
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Sleep Disorders and Insomnia
- Stress Disorders
Keep in mind that Neurotherapy takes time, and the typical number of sessions needed depends on your condition and its severity. Improvements can often be seen after 10 to 40 sessions, but again, improvements and sessions needed are based on each individual person.
At Newbridge, we ask that you commit to a minimum of 10-20 sessions.