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United States Patent Number 10,863,912

United States Patent Number 10,863,912 A system and method for analyzing electroencephalogram signals Myneurva and Dr. Frederick Starr hold 2 United States Patents, and have 3 United States Pending Patents in the area of artificial intelligence, brain-computer...

Does Neurofeedback Work?

Does Neurofeedback Work? Yes, neurofeedback does work. Research has repeatedly shown that receiving neurofeedback therapy can improve and optimize the way your brain functions. Why Does Neurofeedback Work? An essential premise of neurofeedback training is that our...

Is Neurofeedback FDA Approved?

Is Neurofeedback FDA Approved? Customers often ask this question; is neurofeedback FDA approved? Neurofeedback is a technique known as EEG-operant conditioning. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for this category of devices is classified into Classes I,...

Can Neurofeedback Make You Worse?

Can Neurofeedback Make You Worse, or Worsen Your Complaints? Before beginning any form of therapy, it’s a good idea to be aware of what to expect from the treatment, including any adverse side effects that could occur. Clients who are considering neurofeedback with...

What Are EEG-Neuroendophenotypes?

What is a Phenotype? Let’s look at the etymology, or the origin of words, to understand “What is a Phenotype.” The etymology of pheno comes from the Greek meaning to show. In biology, a phenotype is a trait expressed by an organism due to the DNA it has inherited from...

QEEG vs EEG – What’s The Difference?

QEEG vs EEG - What's The Difference? To understand the difference between an EEG and a QEEG please learn about both an EEG scan and a QEEG scan below. What is an EEG or EEG Scan? An EEG is an acronym or abbreviation for Electroencephalogram. The word electro comes...