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.
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The PS68,000 would cover costs for travel and treatment at the Interventional NeuroTherapy Center in Warsaw's Brodno Hospital, Europe's first centre of its kind.
Marcos Rodrigues, Head of Physical Therapy at the Neurotherapy Montreal clinic, which has treated the most patients across Canada has this to say about his clinical experience to date.
Plasmapheresis is also used for treatment of various forms of neurotherapy and sickle cell diseases.
Biofeedback for the brain: How neurotherapy effectively treats depression, ADHD, autism, and more.
His funeral took place at Chester Crematorium with donations in lieu of flowers being made to the hospice and the neurotherapy centre in Saltney.
Richard Day, KPMG; Linzi Meadows, Manchester Neurotherapy Centre.
It is neuroimaging employed as neurotherapy. As a means of making the training experience more attractive to young patients, it was presented as a computer game: By making progress in controlling their brain activity, patients could launch a rocket ship on the screen.
Santilli, "The Barthel Index: Italian translation, adaptation and validation," International Journal of Neurology and Neurotherapy, vol.
Palumbo et al., "The Barthel index: Italian translation, adaptation and validation," International Journal of Neurology and Neurotherapy, vol.
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.