Researchers compare methods of treating ADHD in children and find that Neurofeedback, a medication-free technique, has long-lasting effects, according to a recent study published in the medical journal European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
New study shows that magnetic brain stimulation (TMS) combined with concurrent psychotherapy is more effective than either technique alone with 66% of research subjects with Depression responding well in an average of 21 session. 65% of the group achieved long-term benefit.
neuroCare was the proud sponsor of the ADHD Heroes team for the 2017 City2Surf event in Sydney, entered by ‘ADDults with ADHD,’ a charity dedicated to improving the lives of adults and families dealing with ADHD.
A study by neuroCare's researchers in The Netherlands has looked at the effects of TMS on patients with treatment resistant OCD, finding that 55% of patients responded to treatment and were more likely to respond if they had also addressed a sleep issue.