Addiction Treatment with Neuro-Science

Neurological Therapy (LENS)
Central Nervous System Care

An individual frequency Brain Map is produced to measure the client's Alpha, Theta, Delta, and Beta waves creating a composite report of the amplitudes, frequencies, and rank orders for treatment receptor sites.

"The map will show connectivity problems - sites that are under-connected and over-connected.
Some sites of the brain are like a city in a blackout."
(Attitude Magazine)

LENS Brain Map Section

Within a 30-day time frame, each receptor site is treated twice with low frequency radio waves, and a follow-up MAP is completed to determine the training effectiveness. These frequencies gently stimulate the areas that are sluggish, and also take the edge off high frequency or over-stimulated sites.

The result is a changed brainwave state, and a much greater ability for the brain to regulate itself.

The LENS practitioner does not manipulate or interfere with the process. The technician only facilitates the therapy sessions. Their job is to create an atmosphere where the client can relax and allow the brain to receive the information it needs to heal.

LENS - Low Energy Neurofeedback Systems

Staff and LENS Therapy

Neurofeedback trains the brain to function optimally by using present moment information rather than old, maladaptive, response patterns. During training, the brain attempts to re-organize itself, and eventually releases old patterns of negative thinking.

Treatment with LENS is individualized and completely patient-driven. In our experience, the treatments appear to work similarly to a tune-up for the brain, invoking a jump start into recovery, and providing a path to a sustainable, sober, and healthy lifestyle.

After treatments, clients experience:

  • Increased energy levels
  • Improved mental clarity, focus, mood
  • Restful sleep
  • Decreased anxiety and depression
  • Decreased brain-generated pain

 

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Neuroscience in Addiction

Brain cells communicate with one another through a constant storm of electrical impulses, continually forming thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.

Low Energy Neurofeedback

LENS is not a medical device, but rather a system or educational tool that assists the brain in self-regulation and relaxation. The brain's electrical impulse patterns are recordable with an EEG (electroencephalogram), as brain waves of different frequencies.

Research has shown... When the brain becomes injured, it develops a defense mechanism to protect the injured areas. Over time, LENS therapy gently coerces those defenses to release, giving neural regeneration opportunity to repair damaged regions of the brain.

Neuroscience

The emerging science of brain plasticity is at the core of this treatment, suggesting that the brain changes and adapts throughout life, rather than reaching a static state in adulthood. Neurofeedback practitioners theorize that a brain
(in sensing its own activity) will be stimulated to repair the damaged neural pathways to function at an optimal level.