DR. ANDY BARLOW
CLEAR MIND USER
Certified Chiropractic Neurologist
“Clear Mind Mapping allows me to look inside the brain by reading the electrical output. Electrical activity defines life itself. When the brain is over activated we see symptoms of pain, fibromyalgia and anxiety. Under activation can be created from concussions and cause symptoms of depression and lack of focus. By using the Clear Mind Neurofeedback system I am able to train the brain to achieve a balanced state.”
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Why Does Your Practice Need Neurofeedback?
The better question is, why not? Neurofeedback is not a new fad or the “latest thing”. It has been around since the 1960’s and has over 50 years of research and case studies to prove it’s effectiveness.
Why Am I Just Hearing About Neurofeedback Now?
Today’s modern medicine is focused on using medications to treat most conditions. Neurofeedback is an alternative to this approach, and as such it takes time for new ideas and methods to be widely accepted. But neurofeedback is experiencing a large growth cycle right now, and that should only increase as science further determines it’s effectiveness.
But Is It Safe For My Patients?
Absolutely! Neurofeedback is non-invasive, meaning it does not require any surgery or procedures. No drugs are needed to accompany the process either. And the process is fast, only requiring 30 minutes per session. Some patients will see improvement immediately.
What Conditions Will Neurofeedback Help?
The following neurological conditions have been proven to be clinically responsive to neurofeedback:
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How Long Will It Take For Me To Learn The System?
Our system is a turnkey package, meaning that you have everything you need in the box to start offering neurofeedback to your patients immediately. The system is easy enough to be used by your staff safely without any intensive training. In addition, we include a training CD designed to get you up and running quickly. We also have live technical support available to help you when you get stuck.
How much research is there on Neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback has been around for over 5 decades. To date there are thousands of studies, with more being published every day. This site has a comprehensive list of studies on neurofeedback for many conditions. You can view them here.
What Is Neurofeedback?
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