Is NeuroIntegration Therapy Right for You?

9574e13168c45588f6f61b20eb209efac866b90b_fotolia_58439855_subscription_monthly_m-1Brain disorders can be debilitating. Those who suffer from depression, anxiety, migraines and other neurological disorders often suffer alone. Unlike other health issues, neurological disorders can be difficult to diagnose, and even more difficult to understand. Fortunately, NeuroIntegration therapy may be right for you.

The integrative or “complimentary” approach to addressing neurological disorders is to re-train abnormal brain waves. Sensors are placed on the patient’s head to record brain function. Photic stimulation is used to guide your brainwaves into a correct patter, while music and visuals reward the brain for changing its activity to the appropriate pattern.
In many cases patient’s brains operate at sub-optimal levels, either too fast or too slow. These patterns can lead to habitual types of behaviors, affecting our perceptions. Fortunately, our brains are always capable of learning, regardless of age. NeuroIntegration therapy addresses brain irregularities by training the brain to self-regulate, which is a necessary part of proper brain function.
While the body has trouble processing information coming from inside itself; if you monitor, amplify and feed information back to the brain, your brain may be able to change it.
Brain disorders like anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD/OCD, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, head injuries, migraines and memory loss are caused by irregularities which studies show NeuroIntegration may improve. Benefits of this type of therapy include improved:

• Concentration
• Speech
• Motor skills
• Sleep
• Energy levels
• Emotional balance

What to Expect
Re-training the brain is a process that takes time. Patients may be required to make regular visits to the medical facility for a series of sessions typically one to three times per week. Each case is different. Frequency is dependent upon the patient and their needs. Some patients see benefits immediately, while others require more sessions to stabilize brainwave activity. Patients often report feeling more relaxed and focused after sessions.
Stop suffering from debilitating brain disorders. At Dayton Dandes Medical Center we provide patients with an integrative approach to healing. Contact us to learn if NeuroIntegration therapy is right for you. Call and schedule your appointment today!

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