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Cynde Margritz Finds Hope After Brain Injury With Neurofeedback
Date:12/18/2013

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In 2006, she set up shop in Arlington, Virginia, working part-time and sharing an office with another technician. Her greatest challenge: not many people had heard of neurofeedback. So she went back to her old stomping grounds at NASA to find clients, taking her equipment with her once a week to conduct "brain day." From NASA, she expanded her practice to other government employees and to the general public.

Today, about half of Margritz's clients at PeakNeurofitness are government employees in the technical or science-related agencies seeking to get a competitive edge in their careers. The other 50% of Peak Neurofitness’ clients are children and adults with neurological problems such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and brain injuries.

The most common symptoms Peak Neurofitness works with are attention problems, short term memory loss, anxiety, negative mood, irritability, headaches, reading difficulties, sleep. Solid science and research support results in these areas. She also works with those who wish to excel whether it be at life, academics, sports, or performing arts.

About Cynde Margritz:
Cynde Margritz founded Peak Neurofitness, LLC, in 2006. At her office in Arlington, Virginia, she has treated clients from NASA, the Federal Aviation Agency, the Department of Defense, the National Science Foundation, the White House, the Department of State, and other government agencies. Also, Margritz works with young athletes who
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