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Client Testimonials:


Edward, (an alias) was a professional and highly skilled in his field. His life was full of high pressure time demands, plus the fact he neglected his health with foods not health for him and virtually no exercise. Ed suffered a stroke at age 49 which left him with the right side of his body not coordinated with the left side. By the time he came to biofeedback, he had undergone a surgery to correct some gait problems resulting from the stroke. He told me his life was so unhappy, he didn't have a sense of humor any more which was what he was known for, he was hypertensive, and the stroke had brought on hypertension. After 25 Neurofeedback sessions, his wife called me and thanked me for giving her back her husband! His sense of humor returned, the tinnitus resolved, as did the high blood pressure; his facial expression had been affected by the stroke, and this too resolved about 85%. He was very satisfied with the results of treatment.


"Sally Jane," a little girl adopted from China at the reported age of 4 months, weighed 12 lbs, and was covered with sores from adhesive tape and diaper rash when she arrived in America. After a pediatric exam it was determined that she was closer to 12 months of age. By age 5 she has full blown into Reactive Attachment Disorder and seeing a psychiatrist. Her mom declined to put her on psychotropic medication and brought her instead for Neurofeedback therapy. It was slow going at first, but she began to calm over time, develop some social skills. She displayed charm when here, but at home was doing hurtful things to the family pets and to mom; very typical RAD behavior. She came to the clinic during the school years and took summers off for about three years, with a few booster sessions after that. Today she is a beautiful teen, academically gifted, and a sweet demeanor at home and in public.


"Ray," employed by a light industrial company, was injured on the job. His back was in constant pain and spasm, and his neck would not 'hold an adjustment' according to his chiropractor and he was referred to biofeedback for this reason. Using several biofeedback modalities, Ray was able to lessen his back and neck spasm by about 65%, allowing the chiropractic adjustments to hold. He first rated his pain at a 7 to 8 on a 1-10 scale, with 10 being the most or the worst pain. After biofeedback, his pain was rated at a 4 to 5. He was able to return to light duty work, and over the next couple of month he rated his pain at a 0 to 2, and eventually he was pain free.


Emily, a 52 year old female, began to experience complex partial seizures. She would have not much warning of seizure onset, would lose consciousness during the episode.
Several times she broke bones and had other injuries secondary to the seizure. This lady did not want to take medications, even after being strongly warned and referred to a neurologist. She was referred out for a QEEG (Q-Metrix.com) and therapy began.
Today she is three years seizure free, and reports her ability to do her job has improved "beyond measure" a direct quote from her. Along with neurofeedback for seizure control, we made adjustments to her diet and sleep habits; and she consulted with her health care practitioner on a regular basis for other medical support.

 

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