We are the leaders of the neurostimulation and neurofeedback industry. We pioneer cutting edge technology to rehabilitate the brain and the mind. We push the boundaries of neurofeedback technology and practice. We help our clients evolve.
INITIAL CONSULTATION & ASSESSMENT
In our initial consultation and assessment process, the client meets with one of our licensed mental health care professionals so that we can best determine your needs and explain our process and training modalities in full.
BRAIN MAPPING & ANALYSIS
Our assessment process involves a series of applications where we image and study your brain, from the inside out, looking at connections, power, and functionality, to fully understand the nature of your concern or interest.
Neurotherapy is the combination of neurofeedback and neurostimulation (like pulsed Electromagnetic Frequency (pEMF), Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS), transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS), and transcranial Random Noise Stimulation (tRNS)). Neurotherapy uses Quantitative EEG Brain Mapping and Low Resolution Electromagnetic Tomographical Analysis (LORETA) for assessment purposes.
How does neurostimulation work? In neurostimulation, we are retraining the pathological brainwave patterns (like amplitude and connectivity) by using a customized blend of pulsed electromagnetic frequency stimulation (pEMF), transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS), transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS), or transcranial Random Noise Stimulation (tRNS) in order to influence the brain in the direction appropriate for the condition at hand. Neurostimulation leads to increased blood flow, the growth of new blood vessels and capillaries, and neurogenesis (the generation of new dendrites and neuronal connections).
How does neurofeedback work? Neurofeedback is a method of delivering a reward (usually visual or auditory) to the client by means of feedback. Neurofeedback trains the brain due to operant conditioning, which is similar to classical conditioning, except that it is not a conscious way of learning. Neurofeedback alone is effective, but often takes a long time (especially if training is not on a daily basis). NeuroField Neurotherapy is different: we blend neurostimulation and neurofeedback together. We do not use neurofeedback as a stand-alone process.