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Stroke and traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivors take notice.

85% of TBI survivors who used this machine got better! 
James Short Testimonial

James Short Testimonial

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When I got aphasia, a speaking disorder that happened from a stroke, the speech therapists told me that I would have trouble talking for life. Oh, I could learn to speak again, but it would be slow. I might have to say words that didn't fit what I wanted to say . . . but I could get them out . . . maybe.


That all changed 3-1/2 years after the stroke when one of my doctors suggested that I research his new IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback machine. He thought this was a therapy that would treat my aphasia. I eagerly went home, booted up my computer, and started reading. What I read sounded fantastic! The device treated many symptoms related to ADHD, anxiety, autism, dementia, stroke, and much, much more.

The statistic that caught my eye was this: 85% of traumatic brain injury survivors who used this machine got better. The results were sustainable. And, I wouldn't get worse if I tried it.  


Not getting worse is an important piece. I had two people in my head. The one person knew exactly what I wanted to say, but couldn't communicate. The other person would say some simple words that kind of told people what I thought . . .maybe. I tried IASIS, and for me, it worked. After 16 sessions, I talked like I do today. 

Interested? You can read more about the IASIS machine here.

Want to chat about IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback and find out if it is right for you? Get an appointment today!

Do You Have:

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  • Addiction

  • Anxiety

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Cancer

  • Chronic Fatigue Disorder 

  • Dementia

  • Depression

  • Eating Disorders

  • Epilepsy 

  • Headaches

  • Insomnia

  • Lyme disease

  • Memory Disorders

  • Migraines

  • Parkinson's Disease 

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Stroke

  • Traumatic Brain Injury 

  • And much more . . .

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