Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): in mild to moderate TBI cases, patients will see a distinctive and consistent improvement in clarity, memory, multitasking, and energy.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): MCN boosts resilience and the patient’s ability to handle stress by finding peace in stressful situations. Therefore, it decreases PTSD and anxiety.
ADD/ADHD: it aids the brain in accommodating with the deficits, increasing attention and reducing symptoms such as distraction, impulsivity and hyperactivity.
Substance Abuse: it helps in refraining from addictive substances usage through treating depression and anxiety and increasing pulse control.
It also treats migraines, Lyme disease, Epilepsy, memory disorder and many other areas that impact patient’s daily lives.MCN Sessions:
MCN is to be prescribed by doctors according to patient’s condition and the number of sessions required. It is only to be performed by trained doctors and clinicians.
Patients don’t need to stop or reduce their medication before enduring MCN.Application:
While seated, five EEG electrodes will be placed at different areas on the head and neck, after the areas are cleaned off and conductive paste is applied to hold the electrodes. The electrodes position may vary throughout the course of treatment.Duration:
The first session can last from 15-30 minutes and then sessions will take 15 minutes.
Time is adjusted according to the feedback received prior to the session as well as to patient’s response to the session. It also depends on the choice of protocol between 5 settings and the different sensitivity levels.Number of Sessions:
The number of required sessions varies from a patient to the other, according to each condition and needs. The typical number is 10-20 sessions.
First, patients will endure 1-5 sessions a week then the time between sessions will increase until treatment is completed.
After completion, some cases may require tune up or booster sessions.Change:
Noticeable change can be perceived after the first few sessions, between 2-5 sessions.
Patients will experience deep calmness, peacefulness and well-being.
Side effects are temporary and would last for only few minutes to few hours including mild headaches, light-headedness, and weariness.
Traditional Neurofeedback VS Micro Current Neurofeedback
Traditional Neurofeedback requires +40 sessions each lasting for 15-30 minutes, where patients are required to do the most part by training their brain waves to manipulate events on the screen, generated based on information carried from the brain to the computer without carrying any signals back to the brain.
While Micro Current Neurofeedback requires 10-20 sessions depending on each patient. During the sessions, patients only need to sit still and allow the device to do most part of the treatment. The device measures brainwaves and carries information from the brain then sends back signals to regulate brainwaves.
Micro Current Neurofeedback demands less effort and provides almost immediate results from a limited number of sessions therefor, it is favored over Traditional Neurofeedback.