July 14, 2022
Neurofeedback is the process of measuring and analyzing how our brains function.
Our brain is composed of 100 billion cells called neurons. These neurons communicate with each other through electrical and chemical signalling to help us think, feel, and read the words on this page. Neurofeedback uses Electroencephalography (EEG) to measure this electrical activity and to measure the voltage of our brain waves.
During the procedure, small electrodes are placed on a patient's scalp that can record brainwave activity.
The brainwave signals are then amplified and can be displayed for observation and interpretation by specially-trained clinicians. An EEG is a safe non-invasive procedure, nothing is being directed into the brain, this is purely a measurement technique, much the same as an electrocardiogram.
Neurofeedback training uses the EEG information to control another computer program that interprets the signals according to a protocol designed by the neurotherapist that provides feedback or ‘rewards’ when specific patterns of brain activity are inhibited or increased.
Neurofeedback has been shown to positively affect cognitive, motor and behavioral challenges affecting children and adults.
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