By Market Intelligence Team

Neurotherapy as an Adjunctive Treatment for Behavioral Health Disorders Ed Pigott, Ph.D., the co-founder of NeuroAdvantage LLC, presented the case for the benefits of neurotherapy as an adjunctive treatment for depression and substance abuse at the 2008 Institute for Behavioral Health Informatics. According to Dr. Pigott, while multiple studies indicate that the effectiveness of antidepressant drugs in reducing depression symptoms has remained at the same level, new research indicates that the addition of neurotherapy as an adjunct treatment could improve outcomes. There are two types of neurotherapy, based on two different treatment models: Exercise-based treatment such as neurofeedback, brain games…
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