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Can Neurofeedback be used while a patient is on medication?

There is no straight forward answer for this unfortunately and hence at the Scottsdale Neurofeedback Institute we look at this on a case to case basis. But yes, there are many times when Neurofeedback training is performed while the client is on medication.

Some clients will need medications to enable them to be in a position to best perform in their training. What we do know is that in our eighteen years performing neurofeedback here in Arizona, is that we have observed that after a number of neurofeedback sessions, symptoms of over-medication may start to appear and a need for reduction in medications customary. You will be advised at the start of your training as to the symptoms of over-medication. This over-medication scenario is brought about by the normalization of problematic brain areas due to the training and in turn the medication being too strong for the now more efficient brain.

For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call us on 480-625-4123

Our Director

Robert Gurnee, MSW, DCSW, Director

Past president of the International Society of Neurofeedback & Research

Past president of the Neurofeedback Division of the Association of Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback

Our Location

Scottsdale Neurofeedback Institute
8114 E. Cactus Road - Suite 200
Scottsdale, Arizona, 85260

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday 8.30am to 6pm

Phone: (480) 625-4123
Fax: (480) 424-7800

Website: http://scottsdaleneurofeedback.com
Email: feedback@scottsdaleneurofeedback.com