Effective therapy for dementia.
Helping people with dementia.
Over five million Americans have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia is typically considered the early stage of Alzheimer’s. The symptoms of dementia may include:
- Difficulty with walking & balance
- Extreme daytime sleepiness
- Diminished alertness
- Poor judgment
- Memory loss
Too many people have watched helplessly as an older family member drifted away mentally until all that was left was a shell of the person. To date, there is no effective drug treatment for dementia. But one alternative therapy is providing real hope. It’s called brain EEG biofeedback, or neurofeedback biofeedback.
Neurofeedback is a natural, noninvasive, drug-free therapy that can retrain the human brain to function normally. Numerous studies have shown that neurofeedback leads to significant improvements in overall memory, verbal memory, verbal fluency, visual memory and behavioral inhibition. Unfortunately, patients and their doctors may not be aware of neurofeedback therapy. Currently, neurofeedback therapy offers dementia patients their best chance to live more normal lives. If you’ve been frustrated in your previous attempts to get help for a family member with dementia, you owe it to yourself to trybiofeedback and neurofeedback. Dr. O’Donnell is board-certified in EEG neurofeedback. He and his team have significantly helped many people with dementia. His experience and overall success rate are unmatched in the Chicago area.
Learn about safe, effective, drug-free neurofeedback treatment or make an appointment by calling us at 847.298.6446.
Dr. Joseph N. O’Donnell & Associates serves patients in the Cook County, IL communities of NorthWest Suburban and Chicago Northshore, including Des Plaines, IL and surrounding cities of Des Plaines, Mount Prospect, IL, Glenview, IL, Northbrook, IL, Schaumburg, IL and surrounding cities of Schaumburg, Arlington Heights, IL and Hoffman Estates, IL.
To schedule an appointment with one of our doctors, please call our office at 847.298.6446 or use our online Request an Appointment form. For additional information on any condition, treatment or procedure, please visit our Health Education Library.