For the past five years, KIPN has been the largest Neurofeedback clinic in Ontario, operating nine Neurofeedback systems. We currently offer specialized training to help with the following:
- Peak Performance
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
What sets us apart from most Neurofeedback trainers is our ability to offer targeted and specialized training based on individual needs. Here are the types of Neurofeedback we offer
This is our most commonly used type of training. In 2009, KIPN began offering a high quality “Complex Dynamic” Neurofeedback system called NeurOptimal. It effectively invites the brain into a more flexible and stable organization.
While NeurOptimal is effective for many, there are those whose brain needs more than an invitation to change – some brains need a push.
- EEG Neurofeedback (traditional Neurofeedback)
Traditional surface Neurofeedback has been used for decades with good success. Target sites are chosen specifically based on the frequencies and connectivity found on the individual’s brain map (QEEG). Using one or several sensors, the clinician can train surface brain activity and can properly tailor that training to the individual.
- Deep Brain Neurofeedback (QEEG guided LoRETA Z-Score NFB)
QEEG guided LoReta Z-score Neurofeedback expands on the capabilities of traditional Neurofeedback with a full range of new advances; bringing to bear the next generation of EEG brain imaging and training tools. In the hands of a good clinician, it is the ultimate brain training tool kit. Using a full 20 sensor cap, the clinician is able to train any number of areas together.
In our practice, and in many leading Neurofeedback clinics around the world, Neurofields pEMF system is fully integrated into the Neurofeedback platform; again enhancing results and reducing training time.
- Hemoencephalography (HEG)
HEG is a form of biofeedback which uses the blood flow of the brain instead of EEG as a feedback measure to determine activation. It is especially useful for training frontal lobes (forehead) and is used to develop the brains capacity to sustain increased activation. We use both forms of HEG – “Near Infared” (nIR HEG) and “Passive Infared” (pIR HEG).