Dr. Tim Royer, a former neuropsychologist founded Neuorocore therapy. Neurocore is a safe way to treat ADHD, depression, and anxiety. The treatment is non-invasive and without side effects. The clinic is one of few companies that offer neurofeedback therapy.
The Neurocore Clinic treats ADHD, anxiety, and depression. It involves training the brain to focus without medicine. The treatments are in a quiet space in a cubicle. The patient is asked to put on a set of headphones. Electrodes are attached to their head and ears. The patient’s breathing and heart rate are monitored. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.
The patient is given a video to watch on a screen. When the brain is calm the movie, the screen becomes enlarged. It acts as a reward for the calm mind. If the mind is not in a calm state the screen decreases in size. The small screen is a signal to correct the mind’s behavior. The mind than calms down to see the large screen again. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.
This process is repeated during the brain treatment. However, 75% of the Neurocore patients either eliminate or decrease their medicines. The treatments help patients with anxiety, depression, and ADHD. Neurocore clinic patients say that the treatments help them.
Denise Kooiker interviewed with Fox17 and told them about her son’s success. She said her son no longer bites his nails after 2 years of treatment. The treatments are a natural alternative to taking medicine. Tiffany Pojeski told Fox17 that Neurocore clinic helped her son. Her son is 8 years old and he struggles with focus. He received 40 Neurocore sessions in hopes to help him. She said he is happy now and sleeps at night.
Some people questioned if the paste used during the Neurocore treatments are toxic. However, Ten20 EEG paste used during the Neurocore sessions are non-toxic if ingested. Possible side effects of the paste are skin irritation. There are no other known side effects reported.