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Advanced Neurofeedback

When your brain works,

your body responds.






How does it work?


Just a few years ago, everyone including most doctors and neurologists believed that the brain can’t change. It was believed that when neurons die, they are gone and can’t be regenerated. Contrary to common belief, the brain can change. Over the last decades, neuro-scientists have found that the brain is actually quite plastic and has the ability to both physically and chemically change IF given the proper stimulation.


Weak and slow areas of your brain will actually get larger and faster with proper stimulation. Spaces between cells get smaller and new connections will grow. As a result, the new connections in a weak area of your brain can reconnect with the more mature cells on the functioning side and get back into rhythm. New brain plasticity is created and your brain begins functioning as a whole.


Neurofeedback does just that. Based on the data of your qEEG brain map, we know exactly which areas of your brain we need to stimulate. The brain retrains itself by guiding it along with an EEG system, providing a reward when the brain works in a healthy way, and withholding the reward when it’s not functioning properly. It is simply biofeedback applied directly to the brain, while measuring real time electrical brain activity with an EEG system.


Recent research shows that neurofeedback induces changes not only in the white matter (myelin) of the brain, but also in the grey matter (neurons). This study proves that with neurofeedback, the brain can change and regenerate.



Neurofeedback uses operant conditioning.

Neurofeedback is based on operant conditioning, an innovative way to train your brain. When a part of your brain is operating in an unhealthy way, either too fast (hyper) or too slow (hypo), your brain can learn to normalize the activity of that area.


Continuous visual (movie) and auditory (movie, music) feedback is used as a reward and the brain reorganizes itself to reduce unhealthy activity and stay within healthy ranges. Eventually, the brain learns to remain in the functional pattern and is able to sustain healthy activity independently – without further need for neurofeedback.


This multi-sensory approach interrupts ineffective mental patterns. Your central nervous system learns how to self-regulate, directing you away from debilitating, painful, destructive disorders, into effortless processing and optimal functionality, reclaiming your well being.


Once the brain is optimized, it can also control your body in a more effective way. The systems in your body start working better and many physiological symptoms disappear.



Julie’s story

My daughter has been suffering from ADHD and behavioral issues. Her teachers complained about her bad behavior at school, inability to pay attention and disturbing other kids. The school psychologist encouraged us to get her on medication while the school has been giving her special ed classes. She has been on Ritalin for over 4 years and we are very concerned about the side effects. Doctors had to keep increasing her dosage to manage her symptoms.


We decided to try neurofeedback. After working with the Jamieson Health Center, we have seen great improvement in our daughter’s behavior. She is a much happier, compliant and positive little girl. A few weeks ago, she received the “Student of the Month” award at school. All her teachers have noticed the amazing changes in her behavior and cognitive function. We are so thankful to have found the Jamieson Health Center














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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