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Patients see improvement post-stroke with Iasis MC neurofeedback

Neurofeedback and improvement post-stroke


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Are you looking for improvement post stroke?

Patients report additional improvement post-stroke after adding IASIS Microcurrent (IMC) neurofeedback to their treatment planIMC neurofeedback is a cutting-edge technology designed to help individuals improve after a stroke and other neurological conditions. Using extremely low microcurrent stimulation, IMC neurofeedback aims to retrain brainwave patterns, promoting neuroplasticity and enhancing cognitive function. For stroke survivors, IMC neurofeedback represents a promising non-invasive therapy that can complement traditional rehabilitation methods.

Impact of Stroke on the Brain

A stroke occurs when blood flow to a part of the brain is interrupted, resulting in damage to brain cells. This can lead to various symptoms, including weakness, speech difficulties, and cognitive impairments. Traditional rehabilitation focuses on physical therapy, speech therapy, and medication management. However, the brain’s ability to adapt and rewire itself—known as neuroplasticity—plays a crucial role in recovery. Therefore, integrating therapies that promote neuroplasticity can significantly enhance recovery outcomes.

Understanding improvement post-stroke


Enhancing Neuroplasticity

IMC neurofeedback works by delivering gentle electrical stimulation to the brain, encouraging the formation of new neural connections effecting change in the brain. This process can help restore functions lost due to stroke, such as motor skills and speech. By enhancing neuroplasticity, IMN supports the brain’s natural healing processes, providing a foundation for more effective rehabilitation.

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Chance might lead to a stroke, and neuroplasticity leads to the change needed to improve stroke symtpoms.

Reduction in post-stroke symptoms

Patients undergoing IMC neurofeedback therapy have reported reductions in various post-stroke symptoms. Put simply, patients report improvement after after a stroke with Iasis MC neurofeeback. These include improved motor control, better cognitive function, and enhanced emotional regulation. Moreover, IMC neurofeedback can help reduce anxiety and depression, common psychological aftereffects of a stroke. Therefore, it offers a holistic approach to stroke recovery, addressing both physical and mental health aspects.

Supporting long-term improvement from stroke

Consistency in rehabilitation is key to stroke recovery. IMC neurofeedback provides a supportive framework for long-term improvement, enabling patients to maintain progress achieved through traditional therapies. Regular IMC neurofeedback sessions can sustain neuroplastic changes, leading to continuous improvement in symptoms over time. This long-term support is vital for stroke survivors aiming to regain independence and improve their quality of life. As mentioned earlier and of importance patients see improvement post-stroke with Iasis MC neurofeedback even wihen other options have not supported improvement.

Adjunct therapy for post stroke improvement

IASIS Microcurrent Neurofeedback presents a promising adjunct therapy for stroke survivors. By enhancing neuroplasticity, reducing symptoms, and supporting long-term recovery, IMC neurofeedback can play a pivotal role in comprehensive stroke rehabilitation. As more research emerges, this innovative technology may become a cornerstone in the treatment of neurological conditions, offering hope and improved outcomes for countless individuals.

IASIS Microcurrent Neurofeedback Device
IASIS Microcurrent Neurofeedback Device

Reach out to see how IMC neurofeedback, a cutting-edge technology, can support  improvements after a stroke and other neurological conditions

Authentic Brain Solutions provides non-medication options with clients reporting improvements in stroke symtpoms.  Here’s a  map to our location at Authentic Brain Solutions, 15260 Hwy 105 W Suite 260D, Montgomery, TX 77356.  https://maps.app.goo.gl/86TUKeydu5rdfDJJA

If you experienced a stroke and are looking for options to address stroke symptoms, give me a call or send a text to 832.819.1708.

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Eileen Borski, LPC, NCC, NPT-C Owner, Authentic Brain Solutions