Neurofeedback Therapy Can Help With Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
A study that looked at the effects that EEG Based Neurofeedback Therapy had on a ‘concussion recovery program’ and found patients that underwent neurofeedback therapy exhibited “Significant improvement after treatment”. 
At NeuroWave, we can help address the underlying symptoms of a head injury. Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury may include headaches, brain fog, difficulty with tracking, problems with memory, and concentration.
Using the latest in neuroscience, we will develop a plan to improve your functioning, so you can get back into the game and back to life.
In cases of mild to moderate TBI and post-concussion, and cases of post-surgical or post-chemo brain fog, Neurofeedback may significantly and quickly improve clarity, concentration, focus, memory, multi-tasking and energy.
What Does Neurotherapy Do For Traumatic Brain Injury?
Whether you experienced a chemo-fog, stroke, a concussion, or mild or moderate TBI, Neurofeedback can help.
Science has proven that neurofeedback can bring many improvements to help the brain repair itself, even years after the damage has been done.
Common areas that have shown improvement after Neurofeedback include: speech, movement, mood regulation, improved behavior control, and fewer headaches.
What Causes a Concussion?
Concussions can be caused by one major blow to the head or by the accumulation of many minor impacts over time. This is an important thing to understand. Many people think that they have not been hit “hard enough” or “get knocked out” for it to be a “real” concussion. That is not true. Many times the final injury after many smaller hits over time that seems to force people to seek help.
Do you or your loved one struggle with a thinking, behavior, and mood following an injury to the head? Head injuries and concussions can cause long-term problems for people. This can involve changes to their personality, difficulty being productive and engaging with the people they love.
At NeuroWave our providers use cutting-edge neuroscience and technology to serve people with the concussions and head injuries that stem from a variety of causes including:
- Sports Accidents and Injuries
- Accidents and Injuries
 A comprehensive “Concussion Recovery Program” with emphasis on brain coaching and EEG-based neurofeedback therapy: A retrospective analysis Fotuhi Majid Neurology Dec 2018, 91 (23 Supplement 1) S19;