Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS)
Developed by Dr. Len Ochs of Ochs Labs, this gentle form of neurofeedback stimulates the brain with a tiny electromagnetic signal—1/400th the strength of a typical cell phone—to enhance brain clarity and flexibility. Previous and ongoing research shows dramatic results for a wide range of disorders that can benefit from greater brain efficiency, stability, focus, and adaptability. The LENS creates unique brain maps that reveal areas that may be sluggish, or over-stimulated, or locked into a restricted range of functioning. These areas are targeted systematically with customized feedback. Careful, continuous assessment considers a wide range of possible symptoms you may present with, and how sensitive you may be to various interventions.
Z-score, LORETA, and brain-computer interface
EEG neurofeedback combines the assessment of brain wave patterns through the time-tested and researched EEG, with feedback that guides the brain toward optimal functioning. Applications of neurofeedback have become highly sophisticated and increasingly supported by current scientific research. State-of-the-art approaches relate brain activity to a normative database, and rapidly provide symptom relief and enhanced overall functioning. Even deeper brain structures, and the nodes and networks that specialize in function, can now be trained, often with remarkable results. Dr. Wallstrom employs initial QEEG and symptom assessment, as well as ongoing assessment during neurofeedback training, to focus the training as specifically and systematically as possible for the most rapid improvement possible, often within just a few sessions. Neurofeedback is shown clinically and experimentally to help manage the symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorders, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Fibromyalgia, Schizophrenia, and Bipolar Disorders. Dr. Wallstrom will be happy to provide a detailed consultation for your specific issues and concerns.