1. Signs of a Concussion to Watch For

    A concussion can occur after the head is impacted, during a car accident, and after a fall, just to name a few. When the brain is suddenly jostled against the wall of the skull, it results in a concussion, which is another term for mild traumatic brain injury. While most often a concussion is not life-threatening, it is still not something to be taken lightly. In the event of a head injury, there …Read More

  2. What to Know About Concussions

    Years ago, if you got hit in the head when playing sports, there wasn’t as much information about the serious nature of concussions. An athlete might say they got their bell rung or their coach would tell them to shake off the cobwebs. In recent years, research has revealed a great deal of new knowledge about concussions and how they affect someone. Today, we’re going to take a look at some of…Read More

  3. Training Your Brain to Avoid Anxiety

    Stress is most commonly transferred into anxiety. This crippling diagnosis can change the way that people go about their day to day tasks, and while it can feel consuming at times, there are a few ways that you can train your brain to better process stressful situations and emotions.   Meditation One of the main reasons that the body experiences anxiety and depression is because of the high a…Read More

  4. Alternative Techniques for Working Through ADD, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety & More

    Finding alternative methods of caring for diagnoses like ADHD, depression, anxiety and more, is something that many people look for when trying to avoid medications. Though medications can provide some sort of relief and balance to individuals who have been diagnosed with the following, they aren’t the only option to turn to. Today’s blog is going to touch on a few of the techniques that you c…Read More

  5. How Neurofeedback Training Can Help Recovery from a Concussion

    As an athlete participating in a full-contact sport, a concussion is one of the worst injuries that you can worry about. While the body is fragile and can suffer an injury, it’s much more challenging to heal and retrain the brain than it is your muscles. Given that concussions are one of the most common injuries for athletes involved in contact sports, it’s important to know the opportunities …Read More

  6. The Effects of Stress on the Brain

    From the daily frustrations of work and home life to the more personal areas of life like friendships and relationships, stress is a common denominator in everybody’s day. Stress is an entirely relative situation and so is the way in which your brain handles it. Neurofeedback testing provides answers to individuals who are seeking more information on how their brains handle stress and how they c…Read More

  7. Benefits of Neurofeedback

    Neura Performance Brain Center provides various testing opportunities to help gain an understanding of what an individual’s brain is doing and the effects that it has on everyday mental states and reactions. These forms of testing and the neurofeedback that they provide has shown to drastically shift the lives of those being tested. In today’s blog post we are going to touch on a few of the pr…Read More

  8. Mobile Baseline Concussion Testing

    Does your child play a contact sport? Did you know there are no requirements for baseline concussion testing in athletics below the collegiate level? This can be a disturbing bit of information for many parents, especially because concussions can be very harmful to developing brains. Even though a test is not required for children and teens, it doesn’t mean a test is not a good idea. That’s wh…Read More

  9. HBOT For People Suffering From PTSD

    Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) can help alleviate the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Whether you are a veteran, active servicemember, first responder, or someone else who is suffering from PTSD, you are welcome at NeuraPerformance Brain Center in Denver. According to NHS Choices, one in three people who experience severe trauma develop PTSD. While it’s not totally clear why…Read More

  10. Track Real-Time Brain Activity With Neurofeedback

    Neurofeedback therapy at Denver’s NeuraPerformance Brain Center is one of our most popular services because it can be widely applied for different reasons. Described as a type of biofeedback, neurofeedback therapy tracks the brain’s activity through sensors to display real-time activity and function. Neurofeedback is non-invasive. This non-invasive treatment is a great training tool for people…Read More