IMPROVE ATTENTION AND FOCUS

IMPROVE ATTENTION AND FOCUS

PUT A STOP TO BEDWETTING

PUT A STOP TO BEDWETTING

REVERSE COGNITIVE DECLINE

REVERSE COGNITIVE DECLINE

RECOVER FROM SPORTS INJURY

RECOVER FROM SPORTS INJURY

DISCOVER ALTERNATIVES FOR AUTISM

DISCOVER ALTERNATIVES FOR AUTISM

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CONDITIONS WE TREAT

ADD/ADHD

 

Learning Difficulties

 

Seizures

 

PTSD

 

Head Injury

 

Sleep Disorders

 

Anxiety
OCD

 

Peripheral Neuropathy
NCV/EMG

 

 
 

WHAT IS NEUROTHERAPY?

QEEG-guided Neurotherapy is the process of teaching the brain to correct abnormal brain wave patterns and to produce normal patterns. It resolves neurological, psychological, and learning difficulties.  After a neurological evaluation, an EEG (electroencephalogram) is administered.   Then, a computerized analysis is made of that EEG.  That analysis is called a Quantitative EEG, QEEG, or a “brain map”.  It is a comparison of the patient’s brain wave activity to the brain wave activity of others of similar age who do not have any problems.  Dr. Walker analyzes the QEEG to determine where brain wave patterns deviate from the norm and to determine where re-training of the brain is necessary; thus, the name QEEG-guided Neurotherapy. 

After several sessions, when the brain has learned to make normal brain wave activity, symptoms cease.  At that point, the feedback is no longer needed.

This retraining of the brain is accomplished in the same way as other types of learning, by providing positive feedback when desirable behavior occurs. This form of learning is called operant conditioning (like learning to ride a bicycle). The effect is usually permanent. The process is painless and non-invasive.

Most researchers believe that this training results in the establishment of new connections or the strengthening of existing connections in the relevant brain pathways.  Dr. Jonathan Walker is an authority in this field.  At Neurotherapy Center of Dallas we use a method Dr. Walker developed, the modular activation/coherence approach which achieves superior results.