Did you know that motivational speaker Tony Robbins credits neurofeedback therapy with improving his ability to multi-task? Over the last decade, neurofeedback therapy has become much more popular among people struggling with a wide range of issues.
Are you suffering from anxiety, memory issues, depression, or ADD/ADHD? If you are wondering if neurofeedback therapy would be right for you, we’re here to give you a guide.
Keep reading to learn more about this treatment and the cost of neurofeedback therapy.
What Is Neurofeedback Therapy?
Neurofeedback therapy is a brain-based treatment for many different disorders and issues. These disorders that stem from irregular brain function can be treated using neurofeedback.
Neurofeedback therapy can help with a wide range of issues, and you can read more about it here. A short list is ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and sleeping issues.
It’s a technique that “re-wires” the brain through training. This non-invasive training teaches the brain to work more regularly. The best part is that neurofeedback can improve brain function without using drugs and their awful side effects.
So, how does neurofeedback therapy work? In general, neurofeedback works by putting electrodes on your scalp. Then, wires from the sensors are connected to a computer that is programmed to respond to your brain’s activity.
From there, the therapy works to train your brain to behave regularly. And you will have fun doing it!
Neurofeedback Therapy Guide
If you are interested in trying neurofeedback, there are a few different options for you. You can go in person, like any form of therapy, but there are also at-home training units.
If you begin neurofeedback, you will need to come into a clinic for a qEEG evaluation, called a brain map, and the report of findings. From there, you can decide if you would like to receive neurofeedback service in-office or do it from home.
Doing your neurofeedback therapy from home has the same great quality as in-office. The cost of training with the home unit is not more expensive than in-office treatment. It saves a lot of time you may otherwise spend driving to the office. You can train your brain on your schedule.
It’s very simple and a great option if you have a family, a busy schedule, or a long drive to the clinic.
How Much Does Neurofeedback Therapy Cost?
Now that we’ve discussed the details let’s talk about cost.
On average, neurofeedback training requires about 30 to 50 sessions, with a minimum of 20. If you do one session a week, that’s about a year of therapy.
Check with your insurance company about coverage for neurofeedback. Some insurance plans now cover biofeedback, and neurofeedback is a form of biofeedback.
There are a few things to break down. First, clinic start-up costs can range from $750 to $1500 for an assessment, including a qEEG. Our Littleton, CO neurofeedback clinic reduces the initial assessment significantly from the average prices. From there, you can go the route of continuing treatment in-office or at home. On average, sessions can cost from $125 and up.
Want to Learn More?
For a more detailed explanation of the cost of neurofeedback therapy, please set up a free consultation to discuss our office charges. If you are ready to treat the root of the problem instead of just the symptoms, neurofeedback therapy may be the solution you’ve been looking for.
Do you have more questions about neurofeedback? Contact us today and learn more about if neurofeedback therapy is right for you.
With over 20 years in the field, Dr. Dody is a seasoned chiropractor specializing in Functional Nutrition, Neurofeedback, and the Koren Specific Technique (KST). His unique ‘whole person approach’ identifies the root causes of health issues, offering patients not just relief but lasting wellness. Recognized for his expertise, Dr. Dody’s treatments often yield dramatic improvements from the very first visit.