Neurofeedback Helps Veterans


This testimonial is the best way to see how neurofeedback can help you if you are suffering from the effects of military service. This Vet's life was changed and the lives of his family were restored in the process.


Neurofeedback Solutions is a member of Homecoming for Veterans. Homecoming for Veterans (HC4V) is dedicated to providing neurofeedback treatment for veterans in need at no cost.

HC4V clinicians provide service to veterans - as space is available - who meet the following criteria:

    • Ability to provide discharge papers - discharge can be for any reason
    • Do not need a diagnosis of PTSD
    • Do not need to attribute their problems to a specific traumatic event
    • Do not need to have been deployed on active duty
    • Their military service created or worsened their symptoms
    • Do not need to have insurance to cover their services

U.S. Veterans receive an automatic 20% discount for services here at Neurofeedback Solutions when there is a waiting list for HC4V no cost services.

HC4V clinicians provide service to veterans - as space is available - who meet the following criteria:

    • Sleep onset difficulties; frequent waking
    • Night terrors (unremembered; can't be awakened out of the state)
    • Apparent nightmares
    • Unrestful sleep
    • Seizures that were not there before
    • Irritability
    • Rages
    • Mood swings
    • Emotional numbing and withdrawal
    • Increased use of licit and illicit drugs
    • Anxiety and Depression phenomena
    • Worsening of symptoms of asthma, allergies, tics
    • Cognitive deficits
    • Short-term memory deficits
    • Slowness of thought
    • Heightened visual or auditory sensitivity
    • Racing thoughts
    • Blanking out; spacing out
    • Exaggerated Startle Response
    • Inability to plan activities
    • Increased migraine incidence; worsened migraine severity
    • Increased pain syndromes
    • Tremors; poor motor control
    • Dizziness or vertigo

Watch this video to understand the healing impact of neurofeedback on the brains of military personnel returning from war zones.

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