Decrease your brain's overactivity in areas associated with pain

Neurofeedback for Pain Management

Neurofeedback therapy can help you with overall pain management.

San Diego Neurofeedback Therapy for Pain Management

When medical tests fail to pinpoint a cause of chronic pain, a patient may hear the words: “it’s all in your head.”

While that may be frustrating, it may be true, but not in the way it is typically understood. If you suffer from chronic pain with no known cause, you may benefit from qEEG, brain mapping, and brain training.

Drug-free relief from chronic pain with neurofeedback

It may sound too good to be true. However, qEEG and neurofeedback are giving many people relief from chronic pain. This method is proactive, non-invasive, and drug-free.

Our understanding of chronic pain has changed over the last few years. Conventional Western medicine adopts innovative methods and treatments more slowly than some patients wish. Chronic pain sufferers eagerly look for new treatments that may provide relief and healing.

Modern medicine suggests that pain must have a source that is identifiable. Yet, there are millions of chronic pain sufferers whose doctors have not identified the source or reason for the pain. Chronic pain actively involves the brain. Your brain adjusts to the continuing pain in the body and develops habits that can make the pain feel worse.

qEEG neurofeedback to alleviate chronic pain

We help you with neurofeedback to help reduce and eliminate chronic pain caused by RSD, migraines, fibromyalgia, and undiagnosed causes. QEEG, brain mapping, brain training, and neurofeedback helps you proactively change brainwave activity to improve your health, performance, and well being.

Thrive Neurolab offers you proven alternatives to prescription painkillers. Recent research and technology show clearly that to treat your pain, you need to treat your brain. Your brain is actively involved in the experience of pain. With both chronic and acute pain, neurofeedback can help to calm the reactivity of the brain, thus alleviating the pain experience.

Recent research is indicating that the same pathways in the brain that transmit physical pain signals also transmit emotional pain signals. Consequently, things like depression, anxiety, stress, etc.can intensify the pain experience.

Neurofeedback makes it possible to train the brain to decrease its overactivity in areas associated with pain. As the activity in the pain region lessens, the patient’s pain lessens as well.

Using neurofeedback to treat pain is the most progressive, non-invasive method of pain treatment. The method can be used in addition to other treatments. Find relief. Contact Thrive Neurolab to schedule an appointment and be on the path to pain relief.

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