Solving the complexities of childhood development one brain at a time!
Why is this happening to my kid and what can I do about it? If you’re the parent of a developmentally delayed child, you’ve probably asked this question more than once. That’s where I come in!
I’m Dr. Laura Hanson and I specialize in identifying the “why” and telling you the “what.” Join me every Thursday for a deeper look at how our brains are wired and how to get the most out of your mind.
Are you looking to break negative patterns, overcome mood disorders, or optimize your potential? Maybe your child struggles with ADHD, OCD or other learning difficulties.
Tune in to Connect My Brain, where I explain concepts like biofeedback and neurofeedback, brainwave frequencies, and much more. Let me help you change your life by changing your mind!
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Jennifer shared how she approaches patient care with a three-tier model and also shared some incredible stories of how patients have overcome injuries and seen amazing changes in their bodies and their brains.
When healthcare providers just focus on their own piece of the puzzle and don’t take time to collaborate with others and view the patient’s whole body and brain, patients just aren’t getting better and their treatment is disjointed and ineffective.
Dr. Noel explained the importance of collaboration in healthcare not just for the patient’s benefit, but also for the benefit of the healthcare providers themselves. While Dr. Noel’s main focus and passion is spine care, he sees a wide variety of patients for a variety of other issues including brain injuries, diziness, and balance issues.
Our office uses an integrative approach which means we look at the entire person before even starting treatment. We look at the mechanical, chemical, and brain components of a person and integrate many different therapies in order to work with an individual.
Neurofeedback can really help in the treatment of depression, however, depression is not a simple fix and neurofeedback alone will not fix it. Neurofeedback was never intended to be a stand-alone therapy.
There are many ways that people address their sleep and try to fix their sleep issues, yet most people never think about incorporating their brain into the sleep equation. Good restorative sleep is so important for your overall health and if you want to improve your sleep, you need to consider your brain and how it might be contributing to the problem.
The way we spend our time and the things we think about have a strong influence on the patterns in our brains. Anxiety and stress are normal human emotions but are not meant to run our lives. We should be able to feel stressed or anxious and then shut that feeling off when the threat or stressor has passed.
Taking medication for attention deficit disorders seems like the logical route, but if you dive into the research, taking medication to improve focus and attention might be inadvertently having the opposite effect.
Over the next few weeks, I will talk specifically about how neurofeedback can be used for particular issues such as autism and attention deficit disorders.
Kelly shares why she brought her son in, her expectations, and some of the hurdles they faced. Hearing Kelly’s story perspective is extremely powerful.
Chiropractors don’t just adjust bones and muscles. What we do is so much more diverse. When I was in chiropractic school we learned about the WHOLE body.