Monday, July 23, 2012

Neurofeedback and Pain Management

NeurOptimal® neurofeedback can be very, very helpful with pain management. This two and a half minute video illustrates it beautifully. It's about cancer, but don't worry - this is anything but a downer.



Inspiring, isn't it? Many thanks to Kathy and Jonesy for being willing to share their story.

Neurofeedback can also be what turns around post-chemotherapy side effects that haven't gone away. If that's something affecting you or someone you care about, please read about NeurOptimal® neurofeedback and "chemo brain."

As always, you're welcome to comment or ask questions here on the blog, or email us.

Catherine Boyer, MA, LCSW
New York Neurofeedback

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