Treatment for Memory Loss and Dementia

Decrease your Risk of Dementia Using Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback can be used to help with memory loss by training the function of your brain. 

The use of Neurofeedback helps your brain’s ability to heal and can prolong healthy brains in humans. Zone Psychology’s Neurofeedback Training Program in Edmonton uses the Power of Brain’s Neuroplasticity to your short-term memory, working memory, episodic memory, and overall cognitive capacities. 

Neuroplasticity is your brain’s ability to create new neural pathways. This puts you in the driver’s seat of reclaiming and optimizing your health. Your brain is not hard-wired, it is not limited or fixed in its abilities to heal. When the imbalance is removed and brainwaves are regulated, cognitive function improves. The result is an improved ability to remember.

Memory loss explained

As people begin to experience memory loss, it’s important to assess the functioning of the brain. We use neurofeedback to transform an unhealthy, dysregulated brainwave pattern into a normal, healthy, organized pattern.

How can you treat memory loss?

As people begin to experience memory loss, it’s important to assess the functioning of the brain. We use neurofeedback to transform an unhealthy, dysregulated brainwave pattern into a normal, healthy, organized pattern.

How does memory loss affect your life?

Memory loss affects everyone differently. Warning signs that you may be experiencing early stages of memory loss are easy to look for. If you begin to notice forgetfulness, trouble completing familiar daily tasks, confusion of time and place, or have difficulty forming thoughts or sentences, you may be experiencing memory loss which can be a symptom of dementia.

Insurance Coverage for Treating Memory Loss

Zone Psychology offers DIRECT BILLING. Your treatments may be covered by your health insurance plan or employee health benefits. Contact us or your health insurance provider about coverage.

No Referral Required

You don’t need a doctor or psychologist referral to get a neurofeedback assessment done.

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