How Neurocore Helps Their Patients Improve Their Lives

Jackson Pojeski was an eight years old kid who always felt stressed out and overloaded. His mother, Tiffany Pojeski, said that he had a number of issues such as not being able to sleep, not being able to focus on the task at hand, and frequent meltdowns when his feelings got the best of him. She said that what sometimes set him off was really simple things like putting clothes into the hamper. He would cry out that he was really frustrated and how nobody understood him.

After taking Jackson to Neurocore, Tiffany said it was eventually like night and day. He had 40 treatment sessions and he’s now happy and doing well. Rochelle Fintelman is a clinical specialist for Neurocore. She said that her clinic often treated people, both children like Jackson and adults, who had similar issues such as stress, inability to focus, headaches, and not being able to sleep at nice because their minds are racing. Visit indeed.com to know more about Neurocore.

At Neurocore they use a brain training program which is monitored through biofeedback and neurofeedback. This has helped people retrain their brains. One of the people that they treated was a professional athlete, Kirk Cousins who is now the quarterback for the Washington Redskins.

Around 11% of children have been diagnosed as having ADHD. Most children diagnosed with ADHD just take a prescription drug while they should also receive behavioral therapy. Neurofeedback such as Neurocore performs can replace these drugs taken to relieve the symptoms of ADHD, anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions. The company was founded by Dr. Tim Royer in 2004. He used to practice at the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital as a neuropsychologist before going into business for himself. Read more at dialdish.com about Neurocore.

Around 75% of the patients who have been treated at Neurocore are either no longer taking any prescription drugs to treat their mental disorders or have been able to reduce them. The treatment is covered by insurance. For those who have to pay out of pocket it costs $2200. This covers both the initial testing as well as 30 treatment sessions, which is the minimum amount needed for the treatment to be effective.

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