Whether you're struggling with traumatic brain injury, concussion, depression, sleep disturbance, dementia, stroke, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, depression, anxiety, balance issues, autism, ADHD, or another neurological condition, neurobiofeedback can help you improve your cognitive capacities. It can also ease depression and anxiety, and retrain your brain to proper functionality. This revolutionary therapy is only available at Bay Area Osteopathic on Broadway Street located in American Canyon, where the Napa Valley meets the San Francisco Bay Area, so call or click to schedule an appointment today.
Found in the brain and spinal cord, the autonomic nervous system keeps your body in a state of balance, whether you're awake or asleep, from the day you're born until the day you die.
The rest of your body's functions, walking, running, chewing, reading, or any other voluntary movement is controlled by the peripheral nervous system. This circuit of nerves originates from the brain and spinal cord and travels through the rest of the body, collecting information along the way and sending it back to the autonomic nervous system.
Biofeedback uses technological readings of your autonomic nervous system to provide you with feedback on what is happening in your body. That, in turn, allows you to learn how to control what happens in your body without your awareness and improve your mental, emotional, and physical health.
Neurobiofeedback takes the process of feedback about the body's functions to the next level by enhancing brain function and its ability to regulate the body. Through repetition and reinforcement, neurobiofeedback rewires your brain to process information differently, leaving you with lasting changes to your physical, emotional, and mental health.
Patients have reported that this drug-free, non-invasive process is relaxing. Research has even linked neurobiofeedback to:
Bay Area Osteopathic uses the state-of-the-art eVox Brain Map system, specially designed for neurobiofeedback.
Patients wear a painless EEG cap that monitors brain activity in real time. The patient then performs a series of exercises while the EEG cap measures brain function.
The eVox system translates this information into a visualization on a screen that allows the patients to see when their brain is functioning poorly and rewards them when they can control it.
Are you curious if neurobiofeedback can help you with your mental, physical, or emotional condition? Take the quiz to find out if an eVox Brain Map is right for you, or call Bay Area Osteopathic for more information and to set up your consultation.