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Advanced Neurofeedback

Holistic Drug Free Solutions for Anxiety.





Advanced Neurofeedback for

Stress and Anxiety.


Brad’s story

Brad is a 42-year old high-tech sales professional. Although he had always been good at his job, for the last several months he had been struggling, both mentally and physically.  He had difficulty paying attention, would struggle to answer his client’s questions, had a short attention span and found himself wandering while in conversations. He felt like his memory had been failing him lately. He had difficulty adding up simple numbers in front of clients. After preparing a sales presentation, the next morning he had a hard time remembering it. He couldn’t easily remember the names or faces of his clients. He even had difficulty remembering a phone number long enough to dial it.  The more he experienced those awkward moments, the more worried and anxious he got. At times, he felt depressed. He suffered from insomnia and drank caffeine all day. His girlfriend said he had become impulsive and angry, and he was sexually indifferent.



What we found

After obtaining a detailed history and discussing Brad’s physiological, cognitive and emotional assessments, we investigated the underlying causes of his symptoms with a qEEG brain map. After collecting his EEG data and analyzing the qEEG report, we found features of underlying physiological anxiety, evidenced by beta asymmetry and abnormal high beta. His brain map also showed that all of his memory areas were underpowered. He started to develop high alpha which is typical of people with adrenal issues.


With an additional nutritional evaluation, we were able to confirm his adrenal issues and also found other hormonal imbalances. He was also sensitive to methylxanthines, the psychoactive stimulants found in coffee, tea, and chocolate.



How we treat

We created a custom designed clinical protocol specifically for Brad. This included 40 sessions of qEEG neurofeedback and brain entrainment, twice per week. We recommended supplements for adrenal fatigue and hormonal imbalances. We advised a Paleo style diet and to refrain from drinking coffee. We also recommended to scale back on his Cross-fit workouts to let his exhausted body heal. His treatments were monitored and fine tuned with monthly follow-up nutritional appointments. Using cognitive performance tests for memory and a personalized progress tracker, we monitored and managed his overall progress. When we compared a post-treatment qEEG brain map with the baseline map, we saw significant positive changes in his brain which correlated with the tremendous improvements that Brad reported. He felt like his brain and memory were back online, he had a lot more energy and felt much more on top of everything.



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Michele’s story

“I had been struggling with anxiety since my father died when I was a teenager. I always felt on edge being with people, feeling uncomfortable, sweaty hands. It had become so bad that it was hard for me to be in social settings. Going to a restaurant would always cause a panic attack forcing me to go outside or to the restrooms until the attack disappeared. Sometimes I would feel an attack coming up while driving my car and I had to stop on the side of the road.


I visited the Jamieson Health Center 6 weeks before my upcoming wedding. I was anxious about the event and didn’t know how I would be able to get through it. After the initial brain map, I started Advanced Neurofeedback training twice a week and immediately started feeling calmer. I was able to enjoy my wedding day without panic attacks. I continued the training for several weeks after my wedding to make sure the changes would become permanent. I can’t remember ever feeling so good. I have peace, I can focus, I can handle stressful situations, and first and foremost I’m happy!”


Neurofeedback should play a major therapeutic role in many difficult areas. In my opinion, if any medication had demonstrated such a wide spectrum of efficacy it would be universally accepted and widely used. It is a field to be taken seriously by all.”

- Frank Duffy, MD, Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School


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Disclaimer: A qEEG brain map is not intended for clinical diagnosis, but for the purpose of clinical practice of qEEG neurofeedback. A nutritional evaluation is not a substitute for an official clinical diagnosis, rather it is intended for the development of nutritional protocols.


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