ST. GEORGE – For the first-time ever neurological based conditions including ADD/ADHD, addiction, learning disabilities, overeating and insomnia can be helped and – in some cases reversed – without medication nor invasive action. BrainCore Neurofeedback Therapy instead works to train the brain and regulate the nervous system in a very holistic and effective way.
Via a plethora of diverse training methods, determined by the results of an initial QEEG, the BrainCore technology enables instant neurofeedback. In turn, a patient becomes aware when his brain is producing the correct type of brainwaves needed to fulfill a specific function or task. The treatment provides immediate auditory, visual and sensory response for the patient as confirmation that the correct brainwaves are being utilized. When the brainwaves shift into an abnormal pattern, machinery will cease and the patient will have to refocus and use the appropriate waves to get the BrainCore to restart. It’s direct, easy to understand and even more important – patients have the swift ability to redirect their minds into a healthful rhythm instantaneously.
BrainCore Therapy is indeed an adjunct to pediatric care, addiction recovery and psychotherapy used simultaneously with traditional treatment. “To receive optimal results it’s necessary to combine the two methods of treatment,” says Larry Bradley, MA, LMFT, CBCC, Director of Neurofeedback at Neurofeedback Centers of Utah. “Traditional techniques focus on controlling symptoms through medication while BrainCore Therapy hones in on the brain.” “We are very excited to be the only facility in the area to offer such a cutting-edge therapy,” says Greg Warden, NCU’s Executive Director. “BrainCore Neurofeedback Therapy will enable us to give many patients a new lease on life.”
Typically patients need to undergo about 10-20 thirty-minute sessions for optimal results. Among the many neurological ailments BrainCore Neurofeedback Therapy combats includes: symptoms of ADD/ADHD, headaches and migraines, learning disorders, memory loss, overeating and binge eating, fibromyalgia, anxiety disorders, insomnia, age-related cognitive disorders, panic and anxiety disorders, addiction and post-traumatic stress disorders. It’s permanent, painless and proving to be the method of choice among patients.
The technology was created by Dr. Guy Annunziata, after his nephew was diagnosed with Autism. Dr. Annunziata was determined to find an alternative, non-invasive treatment for his nephew so that he could lead a ‘normal’ life. “Neurofeedback has shown tremendous promise in helping children with Autism,” said Dr. Annunziata. After extensive research and practice sessions, he developed this everlasting approach to brain training and restoration of brainwaves called BrainCore Therapy. “We have also seen great results in helping children with ADD/ADHD. Drug treatments for ADD/ADHD and other brain-related disorders can be very unsuccessful,” says Dr. Annunziata. Research proves that using neurofeedback training, 80-percent of ADD/ADHD patients are able to make significant and enduring improvements.
Neurofeedback Centers of Utah
216 West St. George Boulevard, Lower Level, St. George, Utah 84770
Office – (435) 216 7370, Larry Bradley – (435) 773 8480, Greg Warden – (435) 703 0883