A Leading Provider of Neurofeedback Therapy in Chattanooga, TN
We provide residents of Chattanooga with a drug-free approach to symptoms related to ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety, migraines and more.
Dr. Rhonda Hamilton, along with her husband and business partner, Dr. Raymond Roddy, have been providing state-of-the-art chiropractic treatment to residents in Chattanooga and surrounding communities since 1988. With the introduction of neurofeedback therapy to the practice in 2010 the team has shifted their focus to improving brain health.
The comprehensive program offered by Drs. Hamilton and Roddy includes BrainCore Neurofeedback therapy, chiropractic care, and nutritional support – all designed to help you achieve a better brain. Because when you have a better brain, you have a better you.
What is neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback is guided exercise for the brain designed to retrain dysregulated brainwave patterns back to normal, healthy, organized patterns. Through this process, the brain becomes more stable and is able to operate optimally and efficiently.
The brain communicates with itself and the rest of the body using electrical impulses in the form of brainwaves, which are produced with varied frequencies or speeds. Over 40 years of scientific research has demonstrated that, for any given task, there is an accepted normal pattern of brainwave activity.
For example, when it’s time to go to sleep, the brain should produce the slowest brainwave frequencies called theta and delta waves. When it’s time to be active and attentive, the brain should produce high-frequency brainwaves called beta waves. This should happen easily and automatically. For various reasons, normal brainwave patterns can become dysregulated. When this happens, many different neurological symptoms and conditions may occur. For instance, in the case of a child with ADHD, high-frequency beta waves should be produced so that one can listen to the teacher, do homework, keep track of belongings and complete projects. Instead of producing necessary beta waves, the ADHD brain is producing slow-frequency theta and/or delta waves associated with sleep! Imagine how difficult and frustrating it would be to try to function normally in this dysregulated state.
For more information about BrainCore Neurofeedback Therapy, please visit BrainCoreTherapy.com.
- Neurofeedback Therapy
- Chiropractic Care
- Customized Nutritional Support