1. How Brain Training Can Help Your Relationships

    NeuraPerformance Brain Center in Denver uses cutting-edge technology to help our clients with whatever brain training, sports performance, or psychological conditions they’re looking for. Our four core technologies — hyperbaric chamber, neurofeedback, Dynavision D2, and GyroStim — change lives for people of all ages and walks of life. In today’s blog, we’ll be discussing GryroStim therap…Read More

  2. Traumatic Brain Injury And GyroStim Therapy

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were approximately 2.87 million traumatic brain injury (TBI) related emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and deaths in the US. Eight-hundred and thirty-seven of these health events were among children. Concussions — often occurring from sports injuries — are the largest cause of TBI among children. The CDC has found …Read More

  3. Panthers Running Back Christian McCaffrey Trains At NeuraPerformance

    Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey has incorporated a “secret weapon” into his off-season training — sessions in the GyroStim at NeuraPerformance Brain Center in Denver! Brain Training sessions with GyroStim technology helps people think more clearly, make better decisions, and perform at their best — all essential skills for a high-performing athlete like McCaffrey. McCaff…Read More

  4. How To Improve Your Reaction Time

    Many of the people who come to NeuraPerformance Brain Center in Denver are athletes looking to recover from a concussion or other brain injury. One of the symptoms of a concussion is lack of coordination, which can be debilitating when an athlete tries to return to the field, diamond, or court.  One technology we use at the center to help our patients recover and work through brain training exerc…Read More

  5. Benefits Of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

    Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is one of the many treatments NeuraPerformance Brain Center in Denver offers its patients. Many people benefit from hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which involves breathing pure oxygen in a room or tube where the air pressure is increased to three times higher than normal air pressure. Our patients spend around an hour in the hyperbaric oxygen chamber and you are welcome to re…Read More

  6. Can Neurofeedback Help My Depression And Anxiety?

    The short answer to whether or not neurofeedback and brain training can help your depression, anxiety, or other mood disorders is YES!  NeuraPerformance Brain Center in Denver is proud to help clients with mood disorders like depression, anxiety, and PTSD find relief. New research, like this study in published in the Journal Of Adult Development, show that neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback) offers a…Read More

  7. NeuraPerformance Recognized By 9News Denver

      Being a professional athlete is no easy feat, and it certainly takes more than just natural talent to excel in the sports world — although talent does help. What the public sees on the field, on the court, or in the rink is a small fraction of what it means to be a professional athlete. Attaining professional athlete status not only requires extensive physical training to improve strength…Read More

  8. What Is Neurofeedback?

    The History Of Neurofeedback   1950s - Neurofeedback was first discovered in the late 1950s when Dr. Joe Kamiya, discovered people could learn to alter their brain activity through a reward system while studying consciousness. 1960s - Dr. Barry Sterman discovered that cats who previously went through SMR brain training were immune to the effects of toxic fumes emitted from lunar lander fuel. 1980…Read More

  9. What Is A Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber?

    A Brief History 1660s - Hyperbaric oxygen therapy dates back to 1662. Nathaniel Henshaw, a British physician, discovered that you could use compressed air in a chamber to achieve an HBO2 environment. Around this same time, Boyle’s Law was also originated. This law states that the pressure of a given mass and its volume have an inverse relationship at a constant temperature. 1860s - Neurologist J…Read More

  10. Why You Should Make Brain Training Your New Year’s Resolution

    When one year winds to a close and another one begins, it is often a time for personal reflection and for new goals to be set. New year’s resolutions are a common tradition for many people as they approach a whole new year of life. If you are someone who enjoys setting new year’s resolutions, one resolution that should make your list is to invest in brain training at our center in Denver. Thro…Read More