The latest research says yes.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved neurofeedback for relaxation training and the American Pediatric Academy has endorsed neurofeedback as a Level 1/Best Support for children with ADHD.
A Kid, An Idea, A Study And A Big Payoff, Jules Ford, Founder of OptiMind Neurofeedback, Focus, Clarity, Serenity
Shannon Warwick, MA
Union Institute and University at Vermont College,Asheville, North Carolina
Mohammad Ali Nazari1, Laurent Querne2, Alain De Broca2, Patrick Berquin2
1Department of Psychology, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran; 2Department of Paediatric Neurology, Lab. Neurosciences Fonction- nelles & Pathologies, Amiens, France.
Ground-breaking work and understanding of neuroplasticity (brain learning) techniques is yielding results that are re-writing the book on what is possible in brain development.
Rewiring the brain is a step by step process; there are no quick fixes, but steady progress can be made.
Dyslexic, autistic spectrum and developmental disorders have demonstrated significant reductions in symptoms and substantial functional gains through training the brain.
NeurOptimal neurofeedback does not treat any condition.
NeurOptimal trains the brain to work more effectively and efficiently across the 'whole' of the brain through giving the brain information about itself.
When a person’s brain is working well or 'more' optimised, their ability to manage and process information is improved which can have a positive effect on function, sensory filtering and coherence.
Neurofeedback can also help with managing emotional difficulties often associated with dyslexic, autism spectrum, adhd and developmental disorders.