Is Neurofeedback or Medication the Better Option?
Neurofeedback is used to treat anxiety, depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, sleep problems and much more. Each of the conditions described has a medication that treats the respective condition. However, most find the medications only treat a portion of the condition’s symptoms. Furthermore, many people have concerns about the side effects that come from medications.
Neurofeedback, on the other hand, has excellent success rates on correcting most symptoms of the respective conditions. In my practice, we’ve found many parents find the neurofeedback does a more comprehensive job of treating ADHD, anxiety, and depression symptoms. Patients truly like how neurofeedback has no side effects. Neurofeedback is a treatment that truly tries to correct the condition versus simply managing the condition.
What are some of the conditions that Neurofeedback is effective in treating?
*Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
*Autism Spectrum Disorder
*Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Neurofeedback has over 40 years of research experience supporting its medical effetiveness. Most insurance companies will pay for neurofeedback treatment.
What type of clinicians use neurofeedback to treat patients?
And many more!