You’re an individual, and you’re special. We focus on you. At our Brain Performance Centers, we utilize our comprehensive assessment to identify the underlying cause of your symptoms. We analyze the information your brain gives us to develop a personalized training program that may improve your brain for a better life.
If you’re sleeping, your brain activity should be slow. If you’re being chased by a lion, you want it to be fast. But sometimes it’s persistently too fast or too slow, regardless of the circumstance. If your brain keeps running at the wrong speed, it can cause a number of serious problems you haven’t been able to control.
You Can Train Your Brain
In the past, science maintained that the brain can’t change. In recent years we’ve learned that’s not true. It’s not hardwired. The brain’s neuroplasticity enables it to be flexible and dynamic. With training and brain exercises at Neurocore, you may make healthy changes in your brain’s structure that allow it to operate better, so you feel better.
Learn to Take Control
Neurofeedback is like a reward system for your brain. You teach it to function more efficiently over time with a program of repetition, practice, and positive reinforcement. We pinpoint where your brain is too fast or too slow. Then neurofeedback sessions train your brain to operate at its optimal speed.
Pure Science, Compelling Results
Rooted in established neuroscience, we don’t base our program on symptoms and behaviors alone. Our program is built on real brain data and over the past decade, many of our clients have experienced improved brain performance and symptom relief.
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Neurocore makes no claims that it can cure any conditions, including any conditions referenced on its website or in print materials, including ADHD, anxiety, autism, depression, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, migraines, headaches, stress, sleep disorders, Alzheimer’s and dementia. If you take prescription medications for any of these conditions, you should consult with your doctor before discontinuing use of such medications.