Improving Attention and Concentration with Biofeedback and Neurofeedback

 

  

Treating T.M.J and Bruxism

with Biofeedback

 

 

 

 

ADD/ADHD AAPB link

Effectiveness with ADD/ADHD

Biofeedback and neurofeedback are non-invasive approaches that do not have the negative side effects (weight loss, sleep problems, stomach upset) of medications prescribed for ADD/ADHD.

Biofeedback therapy for ADD/ADHD involves training the client to change brainwave patterns related to attention and concentration.

Biofeedback/Neurofeedback has been shown to improve attention/symptoms in 60-80% of persons receiving treatment and to significantly reduce the need for medication.

Typically a number of sessions are needed before the client is able to maintain changes without “feedback” from the equipment.

 

 

TMJ AAPB Efficacy link

Effectiveness with T.M.J and Bruxism 

Biofeedback is a non-invasive, long lasting approach that can help do away with the hassle, discomfort, cost, or inconvenience of wearing a biteplate.

Biofeedback therapy for TMJ involves training the client to recognize when they are bruxing and to consciously relax the jaw muscles.  Over time, the client modifies the jaw clenching behavior independently through techniques learned in treatment. 

Biofeedback has been shown to reduce pain and disability and to improve joint function in persons receiving treatment for Bruxism and TMJ.

Typically a number of sessions are needed before the client is able to maintain relaxed jaw muscles without “feedback” from the equipment.