Neurofeedback is a form of biofeedback used to train the brain to become more flexible in its ability to regulate itself. During a neurofeedback session, cortical activity (i.e., brainwaves) is measured and then a tiny, imperceptible pulsed frequency is sent to the brain. This signal causes a slight fluctuation in the predominate, stuck brainwave patterns, which reduces excessive amplitude and variability in brainwave activity. This fluctuation helps the brain to reorganize itself—to get out of frozen, repetitive, and inflexible patterns.
Bioregulation Therapy (BRT) is a unique and highly-effective modality that uses advanced low intensity pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) technology to support biological communications at the cellular level – ultimately helping the body to better self-regulate, adapt, and heal naturally.