Gildea Health and Wellness Introduces Neurofeedback Therapy




Martin Gildea

Martin S. Gildea, DC, CFMP, DACBN, owner of Gildea Health and Wellness, will host an informational presentation at 7 p.m., May 21, about their newest service: neurofeedback, which realigns a person’s brainwaves while they are engaged in a movie or music. He will discuss how this therapy works and answer questions. Attendees are eligible to receive a brain mapping protocol for a discounted price of $99 (regularly $400), plus a free neurofeedback session.

This non-invasive and drug-free therapy is beneficial for those that suffer from ADD/ADHD, anxiety/depression, concussion syndrome and Lyme brain fog. Decades of research have shown that properly aligned brainwaves can positively affect the way our body functions.  Neurofeedback does not directly target conditions and symptoms: it corrects irregular brainwaves and modifies timing patterns in the brain. This is achieved over multiple neurofeedback sessions, as the brain is retrained into normal patterns. The result is an improvement in brain regulation that can impact a variety of symptoms.

The separate recommended brain mapping process is painless, safe, accurate and non-invasive. “There really is no better tool for analyzing brainwaves and collecting customized data for each individual,” says Gildea.

Location: 806 Holly Pike, Mount Holly Springs, PA. For appointments, call 717-486-8189, email GildeaChiropractic@yahoo.com or visit GildeaHealthAndWellness.com.

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