Two newer forms of biofeedback, used in conjunction with migraine medications, are more effective in reducing the frequency of attacks than medication alone, according to a study performed by biofeedback specialists in Virginia.The two forms—EEG biofeedback and hemoencephalography biofeedback—are classified as neurobiofeedback. These forms use an EEG (a graphical record of electrical activity of the […]
Alexandria neurotherapy center welcomes fresh research into established therapy.
January 7, 2010, Alexandria, VA: A non-drug approach to treating ADHD that has been used since the ’70s is getting new attention from the medical and scientific communities. For practitioners like Deborah Stokes, PhD, at the Better Brain Center, a neurotherapy clinic in Alexandria, it’s […]