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Functional Neurology Therapy 

Statement - Brain Injury Association of Canada

Brain Injury occurs suddenly and without notice. Instantly your life can be changed. This injury can cause an endless change in general life.

Brain Injury has become a significant medical and social consequence resulting in astronomical financial, social, and emotional costs.

Understanding Functional Neurology

Functional Neurology is a health care service focused on the assessment, quantification, and rehabilitation of the human nervous system, utilizing sensory and cognitive based therapies, to promote neuroplasticity, integrity, and functional optimization.

Diagnosis and Treatment

Quantitative Electroencephalogram -qEEG

"Particularities of neural function can be detailed using QEEG. The most important distinction of QEEG compared to other functional imaging techniques is its capability of representing neural activity directly rather than indirectly with parameters such as blood deoxygenation and glucose usage. QEEG has considerable temporal resolution. 1.5 mV amplitude discharges in the cortex are amplified and decomposed with Fourier transformation.


Spectral power density is the power EEG waves carry per unit frequency in a predetermined frequency range. QEEG eliminates the incertitude due to the need to take references. Therefore, it yields more direct results" (Tenke and Kayser, 2005).   

- Kesebir S, Yosmaoğlu A. QEEG - spectral power density of brain regions in predicting risk, resistance and resilience for bipolar disorder: A comparison of first degree relatives and unrelated healthy subjects. Heliyon. 2020 Jun 6;6(6)  Link

Understanding and Treatment Options

Neurocognitive Rehabilitation based on your specific Brain Waves and Injury!


Neurofeedback, also known as EEG (electroencephalogram) biofeedback, is a therapeutic intervention that provides immediate feedback from a computer-based program that assesses a client’s brainwave activity.

Neurofeedback, games are designed to use you real time brain wave activity to control the game!  This provides real time feedback, which allows you to better improve you memory, thinking, focus and concentration or to reduce your stress, anxiety and depression based on the type of program chosen!

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Laser Therapy 

Neuro-Optic Therapy 

Light Therapy 



Sound Therapy 

Cranial electrotherapy


Conditions Neurofunctional Therapy can Treat

Chronic Pain

Light Emitting Diode therapy or photobiomodulation, is a non-invasive treatment that uses specific wavelengths of light to reduce inflammation and relieve pain. By exposing the affected areas to these targeted lights, the body's natural healing processes are stimulated, leading to reduced pain and improved mobility. Let's delve deeper into the benefits of LED therapy for chronic pain sufferers.

In conclusion, low-intensity LASER and LED (PBMT) offers a non-invasive, safe, drug-free, and side-effect-free method for pain relief of both acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions as well as fibromyalgia. 

Mental Health

EEG studies report differences in frequency bands in the resting state condition (eyes open and closed) across a spectrum of psychiatric disorders including depression, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, addiction, bipolar disorder, anxiety, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and schizophrenia to determine patterns across disorders.


EEG/ECG-guided Resonant Therapy

More Research!!

Performance Improvement

Superior performance in sport-related tasks mostly contributed to athletes’ significant advantage in behavioral performance. Additionally, favorable profiles of brain function associated with athletes included neural efficiency, increased cortical asymmetry, greater cognitive flexibility, and precise timing of cortical activation. Applying EEG technique to sport has shown promising directions in performance improvement and talent identification 

Executive Coaching

In the field of neuro-management the successful achievement of pre-established working goals and the ability to respond appropriately to workplace demands depends both on efficient and flexible cognitive and social functioning.  Working memory capacity, behavioral inhibition, and flexibility act as the fertile ground for fostering active representation of multiple self-regulatory goals, adaptively switching and orienting cognitive resources toward individual goals while actively inhibiting distracters, suppressing maladaptive habits and mindless behavior, and regulating unwanted affective reactions and dysfunctional distress responses. The ability to self-regulate—together with the ability to reflexively become aware of own communication, relational, and affective schemata and to interpret others' mental states can lead to substantial business advantages!

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