What is Microcurrent Neurofeedback?
IASIS Microcurrent Neurofeedback (MCN) is a very gentle and tiny alternating stimulation which produces fast results in a limited number of sessions. MCN does not train the brain like traditional neurofeedback, rather it “retrains” the brain and nervous system by allowing it to reorganize itself and shift from its formerly fixed patterns. This is analogous to re-booting a computer.
The result of dis-entraining the brain’s habituated patterns leads it to become balanced. IASIS MCN produces brief microcurrent stimulation (3 Pico or 3 trillionths of a watt) to the nervous system, resulting in a temporary fluctuation in brainwaves which give them the opportunity to reorganize their patterns. The result is a changed brain wave state which leads to a changed behavior state.
Microcurrent Neurofeedback does not require any conscious effort from the individual receiving the feedback. It’s a passive type of neurofeedback whereby the client simply sits in a comfortable chair with their eyes closed. Our experience shows that more than 85% of clients observe a noticeable positive response in one to three sessions. The number of sessions required for enduring and sustainable results varies with each client.
Microcurrent Neurofeedback can help many different conditions. Clients with mild/moderate Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) report a reduction in head pain, brain fog, impulsivity and better sleep during the first few sessions. It can also be quite effective for alleviating or significantly reducing migraines, sleep problems, anxiety, depression, PTSD and substance abuse.
Microcurrent neurofeedback uses an FDA registered EEG amplifier and is extremely safe.