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Posted on June 16 2011
Are you a parent of a homeschooled child looking for a non-medication approach to your child’s focus and distraction issues? This program is specifically designed to provide help for the homeschooled student who is struggling with focus, distraction, learning issues, or test-taking anxiety. Ready To Focus will set up a neurofeedback program in your home and a psychologist will help you integrate it into your homeschooling activities to provide the help you are looking for. Most home-based participants in the Ready To Focus program run neurofeedback training sessions every day, which allows for clinical results to occur more quickly. We have been providing home-based neurofeedback services for years and know how to provide this type of service with quality, affordability, and with great results. Check out the research section of our website to learn about how neurofeedback can effective treat issues related to learning disorders, ADHD, among others. If your child is homeschooled and challenged by any of the areas listed above, the Ready To Focus homeschool program is designed to help you! Email us at Kristi@readytofocus.com or call 1-800-850-0535 for a free consultation with a psychologist to discuss your particular situation.
Posted on January 10 2011
This January 2011 study published in the Clinical EEG and Neuroscience Journal reports the effectiveness of using neurofeedback to treat migraines. In this study of 71 patients, 54% experienced complete remission of migraines and another 39% experienced a 50% reduction of migraines by using neurofeedback as a primary treatment method. Ready To Focus uses a similar protocol for migraines as was used in this study. Our participants have experienced similar results. Many thanks to this journal and to the authors of the study for their excellent work in reporting this.
Posted on March 12 2010
Written By Clinical Director Brad Oostindie, MA, LLP:
Over the past several years I have seen many people respond favorably to using biofeedback/neurofeedback in addressing their migraine headaches. This would include young children, adults, those with severe migraines, and those with mild or less intense migraines. There are a number of ways biofeedback/neurofeedback helps reduce the intensity and frequency of migraines. Biofeedback/Neurofeedback helps a person learn to control their breathing, relax muscle groups, reduce stress, and can reduce stressed brain wave activity that contributes to migraines occurring. The treatment can be done in your own home. Many people can reduce or eliminate medications they need to use to control migraines by utilizing this treatment method as well. Major treatment centers such as the University of Michigan use this as part of their migraine treatment care. Also, I have posted an article outlining how Mayo Clinic views the use of biofeedback/neurofeedback for treatment of certain medical conditions.
At Ready To Focus we have developed a specific protocol for addressing migraine headaches. This involves use of both biofeedback and neurofeedback programs for the individual that they can utilize in the home based program. If you would like more information about this please contact Clinical Director Brad Oostindie at email@example.com or by calling 1-800-850-0535. Lastly, check out the success stories on the readytofocus.com website for specific stories from people on how they used the biofeedback/neurofeedback program to stop their migraine headaches.