Ashland Neurofeedback & Therapy

Flexibility & Resiliency at Any Age

We have been seeing an 88-year-old and this person is enjoying change and improved resiliency with neurofeedback. His life is blossoming in new ways. Since receiving Neurofeedback with the customized approaches we use at Ashland Neurofeedback, many clients have realized that their brain had been stuck in a dysfunctional pattern. Most limitations can be due to a lack of neural plasticity – the brain’s capacity for lasting change throughout life. 

Some of the clients we most enjoy working with are those who have had recurrent feelings of being capable, creative, and intelligent, but repeatedly “lose steam” and are unable to “land” in their capacities. You might know someone who goes from thing to thing and simply cannot figure out why success continues to elude them. 

The issue may be attention, such as in ADHD or ADD. You may have chronic pain, old trauma or post-stroke, post-chemo symptoms. You may have suffered with low-level depression or illness for many years. You may have had brain injuries or concussions. You may simply find it hard to deal with the stresses of life. 

The methods we use may allow you to increase your resiliency and your ability to sustain a desired state. Possibilities include: focused attention, excitement about life, creativity, calmness, confidence, energized awareness, courageousness, acceptance and peace. When the brain is functioning optimally it is much easier to sustain these states. Life becomes a joy instead of a struggle. Our clients have experienced this, and we invite you to train your brain to deal with your limitations at the root level with IASIS MCN. Neurofeedback is used as a stand-alone intervention and with other approaches.

Contact us at (541) 631-8757 to discuss your unique brain and how it may achieve optimal function at Ashland Neurofeedback. 

Suzanne Mark and Dr. Daniel Sternberg remind you to protect YOUR intellectual property and wear a helmet appropriate to every transportation or athletic pursuit.

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