Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

Appropriate for anyone at any age,  NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback has been used to help individuals function at their very best. The system works through brain optimization, which is how it can help a variety of brains and purposes. The various complaints you may suffer can be considered signs that your brain is not functioning as efficiently or optimally as it can. This is what NeurOptimal® seeks to help, whether you’re looking for changes on a physical, emotional, or mental level.

Neurofeedback promotes success in academic, athletic, and professional performance. Brain training helps with stress management, heightened focus, faster reaction times, and more. Artists, athletes and executives have all found increased performance using the NeurOptimal® system.

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Research

Biofeedback Training for Peak Performance in Sport – Case Study
The use of peripheral biofeedback and neurofeedback is growing rapidly in sport psychology. The aim is to lower competition stress, anxiety, and muscle tension. We present a case report concerned to biofeedback training in an athlete in preparation to Olympic Game competition. It is the first case in our region to prepare athlete with biofeedback modalities. Obtained results are very encouraging.

William’s Story: A Case Study in Optimal Performance
Elites in business, academics, and sports, as well as in the performing and visual arts, seek techniques to dissolve barriers while enhancing innate and developing abilities. This case study illustrates a process that weaves together traditional stress-reduction tools, coaching, mental imagery training, psychology, and psycho-physiological technology and that permits individual clients to perform more efficiently at a higher proficiency.

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Articles

The Eatons, Competing for Different Countries, Are on the Same Team
A silver medalist at worlds in 2013 and 2015, Brianne is convinced the key element to gold in Rio will be mental: focusing on herself, not her rivals. In the search for answers, she has allowed Penny Werthner, the Canadian Olympic team’s sports psychologist, to regularly hook her up to a machine that provides biofeedback and neurofeedback.

Anxiety & Focus – One CrossFit Athlete’s Journey to the CrossFit Games

Stronger Focus & Less Performance Anxiety