Neurofeedback Offers Relief from Concussions + Traumatic Brain Injury
If you have been affected by complications resulting from concussions or a traumatic brain injury, it can seem as if your life has been permanently changed. Problems with memory, recurring migraines, or other issues can make it seem as if normalcy is always just out of reach. Many people suffering from these problems state that they don’t feel like they can do anything to improve their condition.
Symptoms resulting from post-concussion syndrome can include:
Headaches / Migraines
Nausea, Dizziness, Impaired Balance
Tinnitus / Ringing Ears
Emotional / Psychosocial
Impulsivity & Irritability
Anxiety & Depression
Lack of Social Interest
Poor Focus, Attention
Help is available. PeakBrain offers neurofeedback, an innovative technological solution that helps optimize your brain’s functioning. Improving the brain as a whole often restores quality of life. If you’re interested in learning how neurofeedback brain training works, read our guide on the subject.
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OUR CLIENTS SAY
“For me brain training with PeakBrain was more than life changing, it was life giving. After sustaining a severe concussion, my world was turned upside down and traditional medical treatments provided no relief. After my first few session with PeakBrain I had my first migraine free day in over three months! Through continued training with PeakBrain I’ve been able to get my life back! I don’t know what I would’ve done without PeakBrain.”
— MJ, recent college graduate
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There is a constantly expanding body of research showing that neurofeedback can be beneficial to those dealing with concussions and traumatic brain injuries. One study looked at 40 individuals using neurofeedback to overcome their diagnosis of post-concussion syndrome. An excerpt from their findings is quoted below.
“Overall improvement was seen in all the primary (SA-45, CGI, Hamilton Depression scale) and secondary measures (MMPI, TOVA ). The Neuroguide Traumatic Brain Index for the group also showed a decrease. Thirty nine subjects were followed up long-term with an average follow-up length of 3.1 years (± 1.2y). All but 2 subjects were stable and were off medication. Overall NF treatment was shown to be effective in this group of subjects studied.”
These results are consistent with other studies showing neurofeedback’s efficacy as a tool to help those dealing with concussions or traumatic brain injury return to everyday life. If you have any questions about neurofeedback, feel free to contact us directly. We also offer several other methods of restoring wellness following a concussion or traumatic brain injury including nutrition, hemoencephalography, performance testing, brain mapping, and more. One of our experts will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
PeakBrain offers an effective, drug-free solution to manage Concussion Recovery: Neurofeedback. This safe, non-invasive method has been shown to improve the symptoms of concussion. Study after study has shown that this method of brain training produces real, lasting results.
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The chart below shows a High School student who suffered several concussions and had
an overall symptom reduction of 98% after 12 weeks and 26 sessions.
** Note the small spike in symptoms - the student was in a
2nd car accident suffering an additional concussion during their training.
PeakBrain makes no claims that it can cure any conditions, including any conditions referenced on its website or in print materials, including ADHD, anxiety, autism, depression, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, migraines, headaches, stress, sleep disorders, Alzheimer’s and dementia.
If you take prescription medications for any of these conditions, you should consult with your doctor before discontinuing use of such medications.