ISF Neurofeedback - A positive change is about to occur

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Neurofeedback Training - comes to your home

  • Effectiveness of Infra slow fluctuation Neurofeedback Training

    Neurofeedback (part of biofeedback) is a very effective method of treatment that focuses on the brain.  Neurofeedback monitors, measures and records the brain's electrical patterns (brainwaves - delta, theta, alpha beta, gamma) and displays results in digital form.   This process records and measures brain waves to create a signal called feedback. This feedback (sound, visuals or and or vibrations) helps the brain to learn self-regulation.

    Infra slow fluctuation (ISF) neurofeedback training created by Mark L. Smith is a type of neurofeedback that trains below 0.0001hz.  The earliest research on these ultra-slow waves suggests ISF works by regulating autonomic nervous system function, the flight, fight or freeze response.

    More importantly, ISF regulates the activation of brain areas linked in chronic autonomic stress by helping the brain communicate between the autonomic and emotional networks.  This in turn helps separate regions responsible for emotion from the autonomic distress signal.

    Simply put, ISF training impacts the brains flexibility to move from fight, flight or freeze to rest and repair. Mark Smith - New York

    ISF coordinates processes in the brain with processes in the body.  The heart, the blood, the digestive system, and the autonomic nervous systems are all coordinated at these very slow frequencies.

    This synchronizing effect works to produce a brain and body that has the flexibility to respond appropriately to the environment.  The goal of ISF training is to reach a condition of homeostasis in mind and body that simultaneously promotes a calm and alert state.  This more flexible state helps to treat a variety of mental health illnesses and bothersome conditions.

    Moreover, ISF training allows an individual to sleep better (eg. insomnia), attend more fully, feel more in charge of his or her emotional life, and changes a host of troublesome behaviors.

    With ISF training we optimize the wave sets so there are smooth transitions between each wave (beta, alpha, theta, delta) allowing you to take charge of that wave easily and consistently without being thrown off the board or crashing into each other.  In other words, ISF makes you feel.  This means in the real world of brain function, the smooth activation and deactivation of behavioral networks.

    In plain English, students, when presented with new math materials, they focus on the lesson and not environmental distractions.  At work, Kuan Yu is able to remain relaxed and centered rather than anxious in the face of stress producing moments.  Imagine "focus increases automatically" and out comes a more calm collected new person with clarity of thought because the brain is now tuned in.

    2 channel isf training
    $1200/10 sessions, 20 min/session
    (2 sessions per visit - total time 1hr including setup)

    Unlike other NFB training, ISF makes you "feel".

    19 channel ISF training
    $2000/5 sessions, 30min/session
    (total time 1hr including setup)

  • 4 Channel (z-score) Training.
    $1000/10 sessions, 20min/session.
    (2 sessions per visit - total time 1hr, including setup)

    Using a needed a baseline (z-score) to know if your levels are higher or lower than what they should optimally be. Neurofeedback practitioners can now see what areas of your brain to train, and how much training is needed to achieve optimal range.
    All brains different.  Hence, training to a common optimal range is almost identical in all of us. Training towards this optimal range is perfect when you want to solve a particular problem or issue.  However, training above the average (mental skills or peak-performance training), we train 'old-school'; without Z-scores. In this case, we are working to enhance skills rather than training towards a comfortable average.
  • LORETA 3D IMAGING - Full 19 sensors/electrodes embedded in a cap, LoRETA (Low Resolution Electromagnetic Tomography) allows you to view "live" 3D image of your brain activity during training.  With LoRETA imaging allows deep brain training of the entire network, amplitude, coherence & phase(speed).  This means that we can train all whole neural network involved in your symptoms as a whole.  Better imaging and coverage means better efficiency, which in turn means fewer sessions.Note* The cost is slightly higher but the healing process is surely faster.  Also important to note is that kids do not allow a tight fitting cap initially, hence a 4 channel will be more applicable for the first 20 sessions.

Brain Scan - QEEG

Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG) + Brain master + ISF neurofeedback

A QEEG brain map enables us to see your brain wave activities (delta, theta, alpha, beta gamma).  Everyone has a unique pattern of mental strengths and weaknesses.  Stress, memory, PTSD, depressions, visual processing, anxiety, insomnia, autism, dementia, parkinsons, adhd can be revealed by the QEEG.  At times an MRI may show a healthy brain, yet, you know or have been told you have a problem and do not feel well.  A QEEG, will tell you which part of your brain is like a broken radio and not at its precise frequency.  It shows parts of the brain that are not well syncronized.  This will explain your strengths and weaknesses in your clarity, focus, motivation, eye hand coordination and balance, stammering or uncoordinated speech and much more.

click the link below to see a clip of what a scan may show.

Sportsman, commercial, criminal minds.
It is also used for sportsmen, corporates for profiling, neuro marketing and yes, forensic brain wave analysis (lie detection used by CIA, FBI).  Lets say you find a terrorist and interrogate him, the brain cannot be as easily masked like a polygraph test.

QEEGs are used to design your neurofeedback training programme, and to track your progress over your sessions.

More Doctors learn neurofeedback.

  1. Dr. Johnathan Walker (Neurologist) prefers neurofeedback over invasive methods.
  2.  Stanford Professor begins Journey in looking at the brain waves to help PTSD
  3. Speech Language Pathologists uses neurofeedback to help speech.
  4. Doctor uses neurofeedback to help ADHD (Why sleep is important & how light disrupts sleep).
  5. Doctor (Chicago) talks why she started learning neurofeedback.
  6. Doctor goes back to school to learn neurofeedback.