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The Science

Neurofeedback: A Scientifically-Proven Path to Better Brain Health

Separate fact from fiction and discover the science-backed benefits of neurofeedback.

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Are you wondering if neurofeedback is just a passing trend or a scientifically-backed practice? 

At Neurofeedback Training Co., we're committed to demystifying neurofeedback with solid science and proven results.
It's natural to question new health trends. With so much information out there, it's hard to know what to trust. We understand your concerns about whether neurofeedback is a legitimate practice or just another wellness fad.
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Natalie Baker, LMHC, psychotherapist, founder of Neurofeedback Training Co, Amen Clinic Brain Health Professional, Advanced Trainer and Brain Health Coach
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A Brief History of Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback has been studied for over 50 years. Originating in the 1960s with Dr. Joe Kamiya's pioneering EEG biofeedback work, neurofeedback has developed alongside advancements in our understanding of the brain's neuroplasticity and technological innovations. Today, unlike 40 years ago, neurologists acknowledged that the brain, akin to the body, can significantly improve and heal through targeted training.

Research on Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback therapy is supported by extensive research. Today there are hundreds of studies on neurofeedback in the scientific literature on conditions like ADHD, anxiety, PTSD, tinnitus, and head injuries, among others. For instance: A study in Journal of Pediatrics showed significant improvements in ADHD symptoms. Research in Neuropsychology Review highlighted its benefits for brain injury rehabilitation. Studies on PTSD patients, like those published in Journal of Neurotherapy, have demonstrated its potential in trauma recovery.

We chose the most advanced system

After extensively researching all the professional neurofeedback systems, we chose the latest generation called Dynamical neurofeedback. Designed by clinicial psychologists, perfected by NASA engineers.