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Head Injuries Can Be Serious 

But there are better options than medications

Brain injuries are more common than most people realize. even something as simple as banging your head on a door can disrupt brainwaves and rhythms. In some cases neural pathways can become damaged or create chemical changes inside the brain.

But when do you know for sure you have a concussion or brain injury that requires help? Here are some warning signs:

Can’t think clearly or remember important information.
Having trouble sleeping on a regular basis
Frequent headaches with no explanation
Impaired vision or blurry eyesight
Mood swings – this can include feeling angry, irritable or sad form one minute to the next.

There are several effective methods out there to help manage the symptoms of a concussion or brain injury. However, there is one very effective tool that directly targets the brain and may have lasting, permanent results. And it has a 50 year proven track record of success.

Neurofeedback can help repair changes in the brain caused by a Head injury

Neurofeedback is a highly effective and drug free method to restore damage caused by a concussion. Just like working damaged muscles can rebuild them and make them stronger, neurofeedback can help rebuild damaged neurons and correct irregular brainwaves. The specific areas that are targeted during therapy experience a change in blood flow, which may promote long term healing and offer permanent results.

Neurofeedback has been clinically proven to improve the symptoms of concussions and brain injuries. It is a natural alternative to drugs with the potential for permanent results.

How Does Neurofeedback Work?

Neurofeedback is a computer-based technology that monitors brainwaves and help correct them when they are not operating optimally. By monitoring the brainwaves in your head in real time, the system can make instant minor changes to help retrain the brain to run more efficiently. Over multiple session the brain can learn to maintain healthy brainwave patterns without the aid of the computer, meaning results can be permanent.

What kind of results can I expect with Neurofeedback Concussion Training?

Over 50 years of clinical studies have shown that neurofeedback training can improve memory, focus, concentration and even eliminate headaches associated with concussion symptoms. Even improved IQ scores have been referenced in some concussion studies.

Neurofeedback does not target any specific condition: Rather, it changes timing and activation patterns in the brain. The result is better brain function. And as the brain heals, other symptoms may be reduced as well, such as anxiety and depression which can  often accompany concussion injuries.

We Are Here to Help You

Contact Dr. Parikh and his caring staff at the Butler Pain Relief center to set up a complimentary appointment to discuss your concerns and to see how neurofeedback training may be able to help. 

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The Neurofeedback Center Of Pittsburgh
Dr. Ram Parikh
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Butler, PA 16001

(724) 602-4019

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Our system is approved by the Food and Drug Administration. In fact, the FDA recognizes that neurofeedback has NEVER produced a serious side effect since it was first discovered over 40 years ago. There are also thousands of research articles and personal testimonials that prove it effectiveness. Click a box below to learn more.

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