Doctors want to be sure there is scientific support for the effectiveness of neurofeedback. Until recently, there was relatively little solid research on neurofeedback, and it was not published in commonly read journals.
Now, there is more and better research. These studies are primarily published in neuroscience journals. Unfortunately, the field is still lacking in the kind of large, randomized, controlled studies that allow for the highest level of confidence. Neurofeedback research is incredibly expensive and time consuming. Still, there is more research on neurofeedback than on many of the interventions that are widely used today in medical and psychological practice.
In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics has recently ranked neurofeedback as having “Best Support” for the treatment of ADHD.
To provide additional evidence of the effectiveness of neurofeedback in actual practice, our system provides comparative reporting so you and your doctor will be able to see your improvement with hard data.