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Jordan Wildman is highly considering bringing Biofeedback into her practice as a supplement to her therapy and neurofeedback practice. Please complete the poll below to show her your level of interest in utilizing this treatment modality at Pura Vida!

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Holistic Therapy

7 Simple Reasons to Rent a NeurOptimal Neurofeedback System for the Holidays

EEG Neurofeedback is a form of Biofeedback that helps to retrain the brain and is used for numerous reasons but this season I would like to share 7 really good reasons!  616 more words


To Treat Chronic Pain, Look to the Brain Not Body

This post is taken from a Feature Article by Jessica Hamzelou, “Hurt Blocker:  To treat chronic pain, look to the brain not body” in the 26 November 2016 Issue of the New Scientist.  843 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

Neuromodulation in Autism: Basic Principles of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

In the past few blogs I started a discussion on neuromodulation, that is, the ability of certain techniques to change brainwaves in a positive manner. A review of the literature on neuromodulation indicates 3 different ways for changing brainwaves in a controlled manner. 1,050 more words

Manuel Casanova

Deep Brain Stimulation for OCD - Taking It To The Next Level

As we know, exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy is the front line psychological treatment for OCD. Many people are also helped by medication.

While I’ve written before about… 433 more words

Mental Health

How neurofeedback in San Diego can help brighten your days of depression

Depression is something many persons experience at one time or another and it is a health issue that does involve mood change. More specific, depression is simply when a person no longer shows interest and will have signs of being sad constantly. 355 more words


Hurrah It's Not the Neurofeedback

Hurrah, the neurofeedback is not the problem.  I went to Rikki Ambrosius and discussed my regression back into panic attacks, melt downs, headaches, sleeping etcetera ad nauseum.   395 more words