What is the difference between EEG Neurofeedback and Neurotherapy?


Neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback) is a process in which multiple sensors are placed on the scalp to monitor brain electrical activity and provide moment-to-moment collection of information about brain function. That data is fed back to the client for purposes of improving brain operational flexibility.

Neurotherapy Center of Nebraska utilizes neurofeedback along with the use of other modalities to modify brain patterns such as audio-visual stimulation, pulsed electromagnetic stimulation, Z-score training, LORETA neurofeedback training and psychotherapy. As computer technology increases in processing speed, we can see brain activity in real-time and the variables associated with optimal brain performance giving the client more opportunity to influence and change their brain activity, behavior and functioning.

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