After a stroke or aneurysm, the brain tissues, neural connections and hubs are often damaged and in need of repair, and brainwaves are dysregulated. Since the brain injury occurs in a specific neural hub of the brain that controls distinct functions such as speech, mood, memory, balance, ability to walk, or move a limb, the main goal of rehabilitation is to target those specific impairments to try and regain the function. With proper treatment, the brain is able to repair itself as well as correct brainwave dysregulation.
Until recently, the conventional rehabilitation options for stroke and brain injury survivors were few, slow, and only produced minor gains. At Brain Resource Center, we offer a host of neuromodulation techniques including neurofeedback, tDCS, rTMS, and more, which use neuroplasticity to help rewire the brain and repair the damaged regions. Our techniques give stroke survivors highly effective rehabilitation tools that target specific areas of the brain – including those that affect speech, movement, and mood regulation.
Brain Resource Center’s neurofeedback and additional neuromodulation methods have shown to be particularly helpful in improving speech, memory, cognition, mood, and sleep. Through brain training, the related areas of the brain can be targeted, made stronger over a series of sessions, and symptoms can be effectively improved.