Neurotherapy Talk

2707, 2017

Catch the caterpillar before it becomes a butterfly in the stomach

We have all heard the phrase “butterflies in my stomach” but how did they get there in the first place?

As we learned at a young age, a butterfly is not born as a butterfly but […]

2401, 2017

Pain Management

Millions of adults suffer from chronic pain in the United States with the most common types being low back pain, neck pain, and migraines. Medical professionals are not being adequately trained in pain management and […]

104, 2016

Technology Addiction

Technology Addiction: Do Smartphones Lead to Overuse and Dumbdown?
Little Sally falls from the jungle gym, screams, and rubs her knee while mom is scrolling through her email. Baby John throws his dinner onto the floor […]

703, 2016

Difficulty Falling Asleep


Do you or a loved one have sleep onset insomnia (difficulty falling asleep)? Does your mind race or “chatter” on about all the stresses in your life, making it difficult to wind down and fall […]

1602, 2016

Karl Pribram, 1919-2015

By Deborah Stokes, PhD

Karl Pribram, MD died at age 95 on January 19, 2015. He was an eminent brain scientist, neurosurgeon, psychologist and philosopher and has been referred to as the “Magellan of […]

2101, 2016

Sports – Peak Performance

Peak Performance

What if it were possible to add one thing to your routine that would help you work more efficiently and could improve your tennis game at the same time, would you add it? Peak […]

2411, 2015

Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury

Do you or a loved one have a traumatic brain injury (TBI)? If so, there may be trouble with memory, concentration, aggression or trouble sleeping. These symptoms are commonly experienced with […]

411, 2015

ADHD: Inattention and Hyperfocus – 2 Sides of the ADHD coin!

ADHD: Inattention and Hyperfocus

Do you or your child have difficulty paying attention to tasks that frankly, are boring or unstimulating?  Is it like pulling teeth to get them to do homework or to read a […]

3010, 2015

Neurotherapy Talk: Anxiety

Anxiety – Neurotherapy Can Help

Anxiety can take the form of constant worry or having the inability to relax.  At times, it can feel like the brain has its own never-ending “Honey Do” list that loops […]

2710, 2015

Neurotherapy Talk: Depression

Depression – Seasonal Affective Disorder

As the seasons change, it can trigger changes within our body as well.  The colder temperatures usually mean outdoor recreation is replaced with warmer, more comfortable indoor activities.  The transition is […]