Neurofeedback for Chronic Pain
If you are suffering from pain, you know it affects more than just your body. Chronic pain affects your mood, cognitive function, and ability to enjoy life. But there is a natural remedy for pain that does not include pharmaceuticals. By using neurofeedback for chronic pain, you can obtain maximum relief.
How Does Neurofeedback Treat Pain?
Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback. It measures the body’s heart rate, temperature, breathing rate, and more. Neurofeedback gives almost instant feedback to the client, who can then alter their brain waves to make them healthier.
Neurofeedback for also changes connectivity in certain areas of the brain. These subtle changes alter the frequency and intensity of pain. In addition, it helps the body relax and eases muscle spasms.
Cognitively, neurofeedback increases the ability to focus and pay attention. At the same time, it improves sleep patterns, depression, and anxiety.
These changes help the client learn how to self regulate. The end result is long-lasting relief in pain, anxiety, depression, and other ailments. If you are struggling with chronic pain, we can help. Neurofeedback is a natural pain treatment that is safe, non-invasive, and healing.
Who Can Benefit from Neurofeedback for Chronic Pain?
There are many different conditions that neurofeedback can treat. Some of them include:
- Chronic Headaches
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Concussions
- Neuropathic Pain
- Chemotherapy induced neuropathy
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Chronic Back Pain
- GI Pain
If you are suffering from pain, we want to help. Call Neuro-Wave to schedule an intake today.
What Should I Expect During a Session?
Neurofeedback is typically done as a game. The client is rewarded for improved brain waves. This can look like an object moving in a game or another reward. Additionally, clients can see their brain waves improve as they learn to self regulate. It’s enjoyable and people say it lowers their pain quickly and easily.
We have learned that by addressing anxiety, sleep, and brain-generated pain, that we can offer significant relief.
Let us help you. Contact us about beginning neurofeedback for chronic pain by calling (253) 205-5762.