EEG Brain Mapping & Neurofeedback

Effective, non-invasive, and safe.

For too long, our society has depended on pharmaceuticals for the treatment of brain health symptoms, especially disorders related to attention, sleep, anxiety, and depression. EEG Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback represents a paradigm shift in how we address these symptoms, providing objective imaging of the brain’s function to identify abnormal electrical patterns that may be the root cause of the symptoms you are experiencing.

Hundreds of peer-reviewed studies have linked abnormal EEG activity with physical and behavioral symptoms. Research supports Neurofeedback training as a highly effective tool in correcting the brain’s abnormal electrical activity and the American Academy of Pediatrics has given it the highest level of efficacy.


What We Can Help


Our Process

1. Measure

An initial EEG brain map to
identify abnormal brain activity.


2. Train

Improve your brain with EEG
biofeedback technology.


Neurofeedback is a powerful tool, whereby the brain’s electrical patterns are trained using sophisticated audio/visual feedback technology that appears like a video game. 

3. Compare

A final EEG brain map to
measure your improvement.


How It Works

Neurofeedback is to the brain what exercise is to the body

Using neurofeedback, we can isolate a specific region of your brain and improve areas producing too much or too little electrical activity. The process can physically strengthen the weakest regions of the brain by forming new neural connections. Additionally, it can help other regions become “unstuck” and lower electrical activity.

Neurofeedback is supported by substantial peer-reviewed research and is considered a safe, evidence-based intervention. The American Academy of Pediatrics has given it the highest level of efficacy, equal to stimulant medication for addressing attention disorders. But, unlike medication, neurofeedback has no known side effects and can provide permanent improvements in the brain.


Published Scientific Research

Attention and ADHD

Efficacy Of Neurofeedback Treatment In ADHD: The Effects On Inattention, Impulsivity And Hyperactivity: A Meta-Analysis Arns M., de Ridder S., Strehl U., Breteler M. and Coenen A.

EEG Biofeedback: A New Treatment Option For ADD/ADHD Marabella A. Alhambra, M.D., Timothy P. Fowler, and Antonio A. Alhambra, M.D.


Biofeedback Approach In The Treatment Of Generalized Anxiety Disorder Hitanshu Agnihotri, Maman Paul, and Jaspal Singh Sandhu

Biofeedback Treatments Of Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Preliminary Results Rice K. M., Blanchard E. B., and Purcell M.

Brain Function and Cognitive Decline

EEG Neurofeedback: A Brief Overview And An Example Of Peak Alpha Frequency Training For Cognitive Enhancement In The Elderly. Angelakis, E., Stathopoulou, S., Frymiare, J. L., Green, D. L., Lubar, J. F., & Kounios, J. (2007). Clinical Neuropsychology, 21(1), 110129.

Neurofeedback Training Of The Upper Alpha Frequency Band In EEG Improves Cognitive Performance Benedikt Zoefel, René J. Huster and Christoph S. Herrmann


QEEG-Guided Neurofeedback For Recurrent Migraine Headaches Walker, J. E. “QEEG-Guided Neurofeedback for Recurrent Migraine Headaches.” Clinical EEG and Neuroscience 42.1 (2011): 59-61. Web.


Clinical And Biochemical Outcomes Following EEG Neurofeedback Training In Traumatic Brain Injury In The Context Of Spontaneous Recovery Bennett CN, et al.