By combining the latest neuroscience research with cutting-edge technology, neurotherapy offers solutions for mental health conditions beyond traditional talk therapy and medication.
Many patients with mental health conditions often feel stuck with their treatment. However, neurotherapy harnesses the power of neuroplasticity, your brain's natural ability to change. Neurotherapy encourages your brain to move away from unhealthy patterns of brainwave activity (like those associated with depression or anxiety) to a healthier, more functional state.
Stimulates your brain's natural electrical wiring for healing using gentle light, electrical, and/or magnetic therapies.
Retrains your brainwave activity to move away from unhealthy patterns associated with depression or anxiety to healthier activity.
Allows us to visualize your brain activity and reveal what's going on underneath symptoms so that we can individualize treatment.
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Neurotherapy is currently being studied for a number of different conditions, including depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, OCD, developmental delays, concussions, and more.
Patients sometimes experience improvement after 3-5 sessions Neurotherapy sessions. However, 30-40 sessions are typically required to consolidate gains. For more complex conditions, additional sessions may be required.
A schedule of 2-3 sessions a week is recommended for optimal results. Some patients choose a more intensive schedule for 4 to 5 sessions a week initially for faster results.
Coverage for Neurotherapy services varies based on insurance plan, provider, and condition treated. We recommend contacting your insurance company to find out whether Neurotherapy may be covered for you. Before scheduling a visit, our team can confirm which code will be used for that session.
Yes, we welcome the opportunity to support patients who are working with other therapists or doctors for complementary treatments.