Schertz, TX (PRWEB) August 29, 2013
For a limited time only, the Professional Center for Enhanced Performance is offering special reduced-price packages for Neuofeedback treatment. These special packages will be available at the Center at 17305 Interstate 35, Suite 117 in Schertz.
Neurofeedback is much like physical therapy for brain waves. In time, the brain retrains itself to function a specific way. Neurofeedback treatment from the Professional Center for Enhanced Performance exercises the brain by attaching sensors to the scalp with EEG paste to record brainwaves. Doctors observe the brain in action from moment to moment as they monitor brainwaves and brain activity. Doctors can help patients shift to a more functional and stable brain state.
Neurofeedback training can help improve attention, cognitive abilities and emotional regulation. This treatment can help to reduce or eliminate a number of common symptoms like anxiety, stress, depression, sleep issues, headaches and emotional distresses. Other uses for Neurofeedback can be found at http://www.proceptx.com/what-is-neurofeedback.html.
For students heading back to school soon, Neurofeedback treatment can help improve focus and concentration, as well as help with learning challenges like ADHD, ADD, autism and more.
The Professional Center for Enhanced Performance’s Neurofeedback special is for 20 sessions at just $37.50 per session, or $750 for the entire plan. The regular price is $75 for a session and $1,500 for the complete treatment plan.
Contact the Professional Center for Enhanced Performance by calling 210-610-2694 or visit http://www.procepsatx.com.
About the company:
At the Professional Center for Enhanced Performance, their goal is to unlock the brain's full potential. The brain acts as a processor for information. It regulates body temperature, breathing, physical movement, sensory, functions, as well as emotions, dreams, and reasoning. Truly one of the most amazing, self-regulating organs, the brain and nervous system as a whole, controls all facets of life and greatly impacts day-to-day activities. However, if the brain is not performing at a stable state, mental performance, psychological stability, and emotional control can be altered, affecting not only the individual, but those around them as well.
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