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Researchers who study ADHD have concluded that both behavioral therapy and medication is needed in order to treat and combat ADHD symptoms. Although this was discovered by professionals, most parents only medicate their children, without the use of any behavioral therapy; causing symptoms of ADHD in children to persist and medication doses to be calibrated without consultation of behavioral therapy.
Many companies have developed therapies which have proven successful in treating ADHD, but the leading in behavioral therapy and ADHD research is Neurocore based in Michigan. Nuerocore was founded in 2004 by Dr.Tim Royer a former neuropsychologist with Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. Neurocore therapies help treat many disorders, including ADHD, anxiety, autism, depression, migraines, stress, insomnia and many others. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.
Neurocore’s therapies teach their patients how to train their brain and take control of its functions using reward systems. Neurocore therapies include neurofeedback and biofeedback technologies which are used with equipment to provide data on brain activity. Neurofeedback is created by examining brain functions and providing analysis with the goal of being able to manipulate brain functions. Biofeedback is the process of gaining a better awareness of emotions and physiological functions using equipment that provide data on brain activity. Both processes together create the therapies used at Neurocore to treat ADHD, depression and other mental disorders. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.
On November 23, 2015, Fox news covered a story on Neurocores’ success with two patients in particular; An eight-year-old boy with ADHD Jackson Pojeski, and NFL Quarterback Kirk Cousins. Neurocore therapy is conducted in a quiet room where patients watch movies with electrodes attached to their ears and head. The electrodes chart the patients breathing, heart and brain waves. The information obtained is then used to create treatments for patients which helps them to develop control over their brain functions. Neurocores breakthrough therapies may be the answer to a growing mental health problem in today’s fast-paced society.