Chris Kaman Misdiagnosed with ADHD as a Child
Looking for a way to play better on the court, Clippers’ center Chris Kaman turned to Dr. Tim Royer for neurofeedback therapy. Diagnosed with ADHD as a child, he learned that he was actually suffering from what Dr. Royer referred to as an “anxious brain.” By using neurofeedback techniques, Kaman has learned to improve his focus and better control his impulses. While he admits he was skeptical of the therapy at first, he credits the therapy for both boosting his concentration and performance both on and off the court.
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