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biofeedback and Neurofeedback at the Brain Clinic New York

When considering biofeedback treatment, there are many important aspects to keep in mind.  In contrast to medication, which may seem like a quick and cost-effective fix, biofeedback teaches the patient to develop and regulate their own physiology. As such, biofeedback treatment has been shown to reduce medical costs, as well as the need for long-term […]

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can result in problems with cognition, behavior, emotional sensitivity, and attention. Patients can frequently become much more impulsive, appear to have poor judgment, have memory and word finding problems, and often are not very aware of their problems. There can also be significant deficits in planning and organizing (Varney & Roberts, 1999). […]

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Biofeedback is a type of treatment proven to reduce the symptoms of childhood migraines. It is intended to teach patients self-regulation of certain physiological processes not normally considered to be under voluntary control, such as heart rate, breathing, muscle tension, and blood vessel constriction. These autonomic nervous system processes can influence the frequency and severity […]

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Extended Time on Standardized Tests at the Brain Clinic N.Y. The Brain Clinic. The best neuropsychological testing and treatment center in New York, NY. James L. Thomas, Ph.D. Do You Have A.D.D.

A new treatment has been emerging in the last decade for mild brain-behavior problems—biofeedback of one’s own brain waves. This method of treatment has been shown to be effective for a wide range of disorders including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), PMS, alcohol abuse, depression, mild brain dysfunction from a variety of causes (some examples: cardiac […]

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The best neuropsychological testing and treatment center in New York, NY.

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a leading cause of death among persons under 35, and approximately 80,000-90,000 persons suffer long term disability following a head injury (Chua et al, 2007). The Brain Clinic in NYC offers Cognitive Remediation as an effective, non-pharmaceutical treatment for the long-term effects of TBI. The most common consequence of traumatic brain injury […]

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The term chronic pain covers a vast area, from very specific sites of pain to more global pain experienced by the patient all over their body.  More than one-third of the population experiences chronic pain in their lives at some noticeable level (Bonica, 1992).  Biofeedback has been found to help at both levels of chronic […]

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Anxiety is one of the most frequently observed categories of emotional disorders in the American population and often seriously interferes with the quality of everyday life.  All of the anxiety disorders are defined by the dual characteristics of physiologic hyperarousal and excessive emotional fear.  A variety of biofeedback modalities have been used in treating anxiety […]

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