Dr. Tim Royer, a former neuropsychologist founded Neurocore therapy. Neurocore Therapy is a cutting-edge technology that treats patients with mental conditions. The therapy is non-invasive and it doesn’t require medication. The sessions cost $2200 per 30 sessions. The Neurocore Program Center does accept insurance.
Neurocare therapy sessions are held in a quiet room in a private cubicle. The therapist uses ten20 conductive paste to connect the patient’s ears and head to electrodes. The only possible side effect of the paste is skin irritation. However, the center does offer an alternative paste for patients with sensitive skin. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.
The patient sits in the cubicle with headphones and watches a video. The electrodes chart the patient’s heartbeat and respiration. The device uses biofeedback along with neurofeedback to message the brain. For instance, when the device detects unstable brain it sends the brain a message to deep breathe.
The oxygenated blood to the brain increases the number of neurons it receives. The neurons release endorphins into the brain. The brain relaxes and enters a balanced state. The screen enlarges to reward the patient for balanced brain activity. Incidentally, when the brain activity is unbalanced the screen decreases. The device sends the patient another message to breathe. Therefore, the process of the brain getting into balance begins again.
Tiffany Pojeski tells Fox17 that Neurocore therapy helped her son Jackson. Jackson is an 8-year-old boy who struggled with the inability to focus. His mother said it was as if he brain wouldn’t shut down at night to let him sleep. She gave him a sleeping every night so he could sleep. However, after 40 sessions of Neurocore Jackson was able to complete small task and sleep. Denise Kooiker told Fox17 that her son bites his nails. He stopped biting his nails after 2 years after treatment. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.