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For what conditions is Neurofeedback effective?

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Posted: 06 Jul, 2007
by: Admin A.
Updated: 06 Jul, 2007
by: Admin A.

Controlled clinical studies have established the efficacy of neurofeedback for the following conditions, among others:





Traumatic Brain Injury


Asperger's Syndrome

Tourette's Syndrome


This list is not exhaustive.  Neurofeedback, as a form of self-regulation, has broad application, and generally produces lasting results without the side effects associated with medications. 


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