PTSD treatment and visual neurofeedback

“Military doctors have added a new technique to their arsenal of treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Neurofeedback, a therapy that practitioners claim can reboot the brain’s neural networks, has been introduced at several bases, VA clinics and even in Iraq and Afghanistan. But despite heartening success stories, some experts question whether the approach has undergone adequate study to prove that it’s more than just a potent placebo.”

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One Response to PTSD treatment and visual neurofeedback

  1. It’s early days yet for this kind of technique and I would expect some impressive refinements of these techniques in just a few years – potentially it could be huge.

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