Neurocore The Silent Hero

Neurocore was founded in 2004 by Dr. Tim Royer. He was a former neuropsychologist at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. His discovery helped many patients overcome ADHD. People who receive neurocore therapy experience improved behavior without the use of medicine. The neurocore therapy is a safe and non-invasive way to treat mental conditions. It uses a mixture of biofeedback as well as neurofeedback. There are no side effects reported from the neurocore therapy patients. However, the ten20 conductive paste may irritate the skin. The center does offer an alternative paste to choose from for patients with sensitive skin. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.

The neurocore therapy sessions are held in a quiet room with a private petition. The client sits at a desk and watches a movie. The patient is connected to electrodes attached to their ears and head. Incidentally, the heart rate and breathing are monitored. When a patients brain is wondering biofeedback tells them to breathe. The patient screen pauses and decreases as a correction for bad behavior.

The deep breathing increases oxygenated blood to the brain. Neurons increase in the brain and endorphins are released to decrease stress. As a result, the brain is relaxed and focused. Over time the brain will correct itself. The sessions are approximately 45 minutes. They cost $2200.00 per 30 sessions. Neurocore also accepts different types of insurance. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.

Denise Kooiker told Fox17 that Neurocore really works. He son was cured of biting his nails. Nearly after two years of treatment, he hasn’t turned to his old behavior. Ms. Tiffany Pojeski son Jackson lost his ability to focus. She had to give him a sleeping pill every night so he could sleep. However, after taking 40 neurocore sessions he improved. Jackson sleeps at night without medication and he focuses during the day. Ms. pojeski said her son did a 180-degree turn in his behavior.

Read: http://fox17online.com/2015/11/23/its-not-a-lifetime-of-paying-for-meds-neurofeedback-therapy-at-neurocore/