Remote Neurofeedback Therapy

Improve Your Mental Health With Myneurva, A Global Leader In Remote Neurofeedback

Improve Your Mental Health With Remote Neurofeedback

Myneurva is a global leader in remote neurofeedback therapy. Myneurva’s remote neurofeedback solution includes the equipment, expertise, and analysis resulting in successful, medical grade, neurofeedback therapy at the professional level.

Neurofeedback In Your Own Home

Can I Do Neurofeedback Remotely?

Yes you can do remote neurofeedback at home. This is very convenient and allows you to be completely comfortable and relaxed for your neurofeedback training sessions.

Myneurva sends you a Remote Brain Station and operates it for you remotely. It really is this simple!

You can benefit from Myneurva’s high quality Brain Mapping and Computer Assisted Cognitive Rehabilitation in the privacy of your own home.

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Myneurva Is A Global Leader In Neurofeedback and QEEG Analysis

Myneurva is a global leader in computational QEEG analysis. Dr. Starr holds the US patent for a System and method for analyzing electroencephalogram signals.

Neurofeedback For PTSD

Neurofeedback is an emerging tool for reducing the symptoms of PTSD. Neurofeedback can reduce anxiety, improve sleep, reduce flashbacks, improve memory, concentration, and more.

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Neurofeedback For ADHD

Neurofeedback can help with symptoms of ADHD.

Neurofeedback can assist a multimodal treatment plan designed around reducing the behaviours related to the core ADHD symptoms.

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Neurofeedback For Anxiety

Neurofeedback can work for anxiety by retraining your brain to learn how to relax again. Neurofeedback is a non-invasive, alternative therapy for anxiety that helps reduce feelings of dread and foreboding.

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Neurofeedback For TBI

Neurofeedback may assist people with TBI by reducing the main TBI complaints such as memory problems, brain fog, inattention, anxiety, sleep problems, and irritability.

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What Can Neurofeedback Assist With?

Neurofeedback can allow for improved functioning of persons who report maladaptive symptoms and are diagnosed with disorders such as ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Autism & Asperger’s, Chronic Fatigue, Depression, Dissociative Disorders, Epilepsy, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Headaches, Sleep Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injury, encephalopathy, Neuro-Lyme’s Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Tinnitus, Migraine, “Chemo-brain”, Alcoholism and additional mental disorders. Please note Myneurva does not claim Neurofeedback will completely treat or cure any disorder.

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Who Is Dr. Starr, MD, FAACAP - Your Neurofeedback Specialist

Dr. Starr is a computational neuroscientist who has been active in Brain-Computer Interface and Neurofeedback since 1990. Formally, Dr. Starr has been using neurofeedback in clinical practice since 2003. He has pioneered the use of Remote Neurofeedback and holds several patents related to neurofeedback and EEGs.

Myneurva Neurofeedback Reviews

Hear neurofeedback reviews from doctors, business leaders, customers about Myneurva remote Neurofeedback services and solutions.

We love working with the team at MYNEURVA. You are knowledgeable and professional.
Leslie S. Prichep

PhD

You are revolutionizing a revolutionary field in Remote Neurofeedback and Artifical Intelligence
Tom Collura

PhD, CEO, Brainmaster Technologies.

Dr. Starr’s efforts in EEG are truly groundbreaking. Thank you for contribution.
Clint Slaughter

M.D., MPH

Your EEG recording services are top in the industry. We trust Myneurva as our data acquisition source
Frank Minella

CEO, Painqx Inc

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