Hear what our Neurofeedback and Chiropractic patients have to say about us!
“I wanted to let you know that Marco did fabulously well at Nina’s birthday party last Saturday. It was at BounceU (lots of giant bouncy houses, stimulation, etc.) and there were 20 kids ranging in age from 4-6 (a few babies and 8 yr. olds, too). He didn’t play specifically with anyone for long, but he interacted and did not have any conflicts or times when he was out of control. I did not police him once during the bouncing. In the party/food room afterwards he sat at the table the whole time and ate and was in control of himself the entire time. Then we came home and he watched Nina open all of her gifts without getting upset that there weren’t any for him. I had him read her cards out loud to her and tell me who the gifts were from. Then he sat and built a Lego set for several hours until bed. A very impressive day!”
by E.M. (Marco, age 6)
“The parent of one of Jim’s friends shared with me that her son noticed that Jim had become more outgoing and was making new friends at school. Thank You!”
by N.G. (Jim, age 15)
“My son Pete did not want to take medication. He has been off meds. since starting Neurofeedback and his grades have been good. He has less frustration and better concentration while doing his homework.”
by C.S. (Pete, age 13)
“I’m happy we chose Neurofeedback as a way for Frankie to improve and regulate himself.”
by M.B. (Frankie, age 9)
What People are Saying About Neurofeedback
Many Parents are saying about their child or teen:
- communicates better,
- is more focused,
- shows more initiative in chores & homework,
- is more organized,
- is neater in their room & their grooming,
- remembers directions & routines better,
- has better frustration tolerance & fewer meltdowns,
- has improved test performance,
- has greater self-confidence.
Many Adults are saying that they are:
- are more organized,
- get to work and meetings on time,
- remember better,
- think matters through more thoroughly,
- concentrate better on work tasks,
- have increased productivity,
- feel calmer,
- feel more in control.
Many Elite Performers are singing the praises of Neurofeedback
Tony Robbins, Multi-Millionaire Business Strategist
According to Tony Robbins, whose testimonial is featured prominently on a prominent Neurofeedback site, Biocybernaut, the training “enhanced my ability to multitask, and as a creative professional, I now have the ability to visualize two separate tasks simultaneously. Example being, I can now type an email to one person while having a conversation with another person and the email will be flawless.”
Olympic Gold Medalists
The Wall Street Journal also reported how neurofeedback helped beach-volleyball stars Kerri Walsh-Jennings and Misty May-Treanor to win the London 2012 Olympic gold medal and Kerri Walsh-Jennings again in 2016.
The Italian football team that won the 2004 World Cup final in Germany against France succeeded through training their brains with Neurofeedback. To prepare for the tournament some of the Italian footballers used neurofeedback techniques to train focus, concentration and ‘getting into the zone’.
The Vancouver Canucks used Neurofeedback training to get into the Stanley Cup finals for the first time in 20 years in 2011. The Canucks reported that the brain training helped their “older players play better more consistently and all players learned to control their stress, attention, and focus in competitive situations much better”.
Corey Liuget, the Los Angeles Charger defensive super star, has become a poster player for Neurofeedback. You can watch many videos of him chronicling his positive experience with Neurofeedback to improve his focus, concentration, and decrease his performance stress. He says it is pivotal part of his training and has improved his life. Corey says “It is Neurofeedback all the way, get the mental edge.”
Chris Kaman, Los Angeles Clippers superstar, talks in an L.A. Times article, about his ADHD misdiagnose as a child. How did he know he was misdiagnosed? He had a Brain map and worked with a Neurofeedback doctor. He used Neurofeedback to help improve his focus and decrease his stress and went on to
“Growing up, I had to take the medication my whole life,” said Kaman, who said he grew so frustrated taking the medication that he would come home from school and cry.
“I can’t take back time. I wish I could. But I can’t. It really bothered me to take the medication every day. I felt I had to take the medication to make me feel like a regular person. It was kind of backward.”