Recent Blog Posts
ADHD is an invisible disability that is largely non-psychiatric–though it has life-long psychological sequellae for those who grow up with it. As I noted in a blog entry November 21, 2010, evidence is growing that genetic factors are strongly involved in the complex syndrome we nowadays call Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Many genetic factors […]
Below I have posted a round up of stories on the recent news from WHO on the increased risk of gliomas tied to heavy cell phone use. This issue is obviously still completely unsettled. As I have written before, I have no doubt about the effect of low energy electro-magnetic (E-M) radiation on the human […]
The QEEG (quantitative EEG, a map of brain electrical patterns referenced to normative databases) issue is major in neurofeedback circles. Most of us old-timers don’t really see a need for QEEG in determining protocols–it is definitely not necessary for the three most often used systems in at EEGym. But I’ve come around to see its tremendous value diagnostically; sometimes it can tell us what is wrong with the patient with dramatic clarity, whether it is old head injury, sleep disorder, ADHD, headache, or generalized memory problems.
Here is an impressive video from Michael Villanova PhD via Homecoming4Vets and YouTube. Six minutes of first-hand experience from multi-concussed vet. Powerful video shows results of Neurofeedback for Vets
Using your cell phone more than 50 minutes daily can affect the normal functioning of the human brain. The study, out tomorrow in JAMA, also provides another important, although indirect, confirmation of the power of LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System) EEG neurofeedack. As noted in the following story, the new finding upsets the current orthodoxy […]