Neurofeedback for Mild Head Injury
For those who have suffered mild head injury, neurofeedback is emerging as a potent possible treatment. This study by Dr. Alvah Byers examined a 58-year-old woman who had fallen and hit her head. The treatment began six years after her injury and included neuropsychiatric and neuropsychological tests alongside EEG procedures. While acknowledging that the small sample size calls for more research, researchers found that neurofeedback was beneficial in treating the patient, even though several years had passed.
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