It is estimated about 100 million Americans suffer from chronic or enduring pain. Chronic pain may stem from acute pain, injuries, traumas, infections or unknown causes. The effects of pain extend to psychological factors and can result in depression, anxiety, irritability, sleeplessness, diminished self-esteem, cognitive problems and an overall worsening of one’s quality of life.
Pain can be expressed in different degrees and can range in intensity from mild to severe, such as slight headaches to intense Fibromyalgia. The goal of treatment for pain is to resume normal, day-to-day activities. Unfortunately, the nervous and immune system are often impacted by long-term pain. At Southwest Neurofeedback, various programs to reduce pain and help restore mood are used. By training the brain and nervous system to perform better, patients learn how to transition into healthier physical and psychological patterns.
Please contact us today to schedule an appointment to discuss treatment options for Learning Disorders.