neurotherapy

neu·ro·ther·a·peu·tics

, neurotherapy (nū'rō-thār'ă-pyū'tiks, -thār'ă-pē),
An older term for the treatment of psychological, psychiatric, and nervous disorders.

neurotherapy

the treatment of nervous disorders.
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Richard Day, KPMG; Linzi Meadows, Manchester Neurotherapy Centre.
She spent the next five years working tirelessly to get back on her feet with long hours of physiotherapy and neurotherapy, which trains the brain to stimulate the nervous system which has been damaged.
Offering a practical, clinical emphasis, international contributors describe the latest technologies and methods in quantitative EEG (QEEG), neurotherapy, neurofeedback, and neuromodulation.
These introductory remarks define neurocounseling, neurotherapy, neurofeedhack, self-regulation and therapeutic life changes.
ASSOCIATION FOR COMPREHENSIVE NEUROTHERAPY LATITUDES
This specific range of application is called neurofeedback or neurotherapy [6-8].
Alpha-theta neurotherapy and the neurobehavioral treatment of addiction, mood disorders and trauma.
Dr Shah leads the Molecular Neurotherapy and Imaging Laboratory and is Director of the Stem Cell Therapeutics and Imaging Program at MGH.
A role model for NCNM and Bastyr preceptoring students, she enjoys sharing her knowledge on practice-building, homeopathy, herbal medicine, nature cure, strain/counterstrain, neurotherapy, prolotherapy, ozone therapies, and biotoxins.
Shah heads the Molecular Neurotherapy and Imaging Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital.
With rapid growth in the field of neurotherapy and major advances in equipment, databases, and software in the last 14 years, Cantor and Evans and their international contributors provide the reader with an updated review of neurotherapy techniques, such as qEEG (aka EEG biofeedback, neurofeedback), which scientifically and objectively evaluates a person's brainwave function, allowing individualized neurofeedback treatment.