Additional Issues

Substance Abuse Relapse Prevention: Backed by several years of research from across the country, including our own research, neurofeedback has been shown to be a useful way to prevent substance abuse relapse. While neurofeedback has been shown to prevent relapse, it does not detoxify. Individuals seeking neurofeedback training for substance abuse should be sober at the time of treatment.

Seizure Disorder: As one of its earliest known uses, neurofeedback has been shown to reduce or eliminate seizure activity. At the Neurotherapy Center of Houston we recommend a Quantitative EEG (qEEG) be conducted when seizure activity is suspected. If needed, we can order a review of the QEEG data from our consulting neurologist. Contact us to find out if neurofeedback is right for your particular situation.

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