To help reduce stress and improve our "collective anxieties" and complications that the physical manifestations of stress such as lack of focus and sleep can cause, we provide this remarkable resource to our community at significantly reduced rate.
Usually, sessions can cost between $100-$150 each.
Through the end of the year 2022, we are offering the following special offers for in-office* sessions:
Ten Sessions for $500.00
Twenty Sessions for $800.00
Unlimited sessions for one year is only $1500. 00
*Home rentals also available.
Neurofeedback makes a great gift or investment in both individual or family health for the years ahead.
Mention the discount code for this offer - Optimize2022!
To reserve your Neuroptimal Neurofeedback training package, contact our office at (816) 284-7497.
Peptides for Improving Brain Health & Cognition
Advanced Clinical Peptides can improve synaptic function, enhance learning and memory and cognitive function. To become a client for this service, your assessment may include measurement testing and labs to help direct this remarkable adjunctive therapy.
The goal of lab tests is to rule out reversible or treatable causes of cognitive dysfunction as well as optimizing levels of laboratory tests linked to
Functional Medicine laboratory testing will check blood levels of biomarkers linked in research to reversible and treatable causes, such as measurable micronutrients (e.g., Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, etc.), an underactive thyroid or imbalance of neurotransmitters.
With this information we can accurately replenish deficiencies and supplement to optimal levels for brain health.
The aim of our Healthy Aging Program is to help you enjoy this greater longevity by taking a proactive approach to improving overall health, identifying cognitive changes, and intervening to optimize cognitive function and maximize quality of life.
We used to think that aging led to widespread death of brain cells (neurons) and that, once lost, they could not be regenerated.
Recent research on “neuroplasticity” suggests that this is not the case. In fact, the number of neurons in our brains is stable with healthy brain aging, and we now know that new brain cells can even be formed (neurogenesis) in memory centers of the brain well into the years considered "old age".
Cognitive aging is a consequence of molecular and biochemical aging, which results in metabolic, hormonal, and immune dysregulation, increased oxidative stress and inflammation, altered neurotransmission, and
reduced neurotrophic support
of neural cells.
Initial efforts will be focused on determining any factors such as inflammation, stress and nutritional deficiencies that can be improved and enhanced to help tissues heal and cells perform to their optimal capacity.
Such changes impair the plasticity of the brain, that is the ability to re-organize, learn, and remember.
A thorough clinical nutrition assessment can benefit those with concerns for or experience with changes in memory or loss of function and focus.
HeartMath facilitated meditation is a heart-focused breathing meditation that can help you quickly change from feeling stressed to feeling calm.
Science-based and used worldwide, HeartMath meditation uses breathing techniques to bring about coherence — the alignment of your physical, mental and emotional systems to work in sync.
In addition to feeling its benefits, you can see them: A monitor of your heart rate variability shows how emotional states affect your nervous system. HeartMath aims to increase coherence and bring optimal functioning within the body while decreasing the effects of stress and negative emotions. It changes your response to stress from a fight or flight response to rest, restoration and increased positive emotions.
HeartMath techniques have been proven, in clinics and hospitals, to not only reduce stress and increase vitality, but to improve your ability to self-regulate and self-empower behavioral change. HeartMath has helped Fortune 500 executives, professional athletes, and Navy Seals learn how to access a high-performance zone.
The effect of heart activity on brain function has been researched extensively over about the past 40 years. In the new field of neurocardiology, scientists have discovered that the heart possesses its own intrinsic nervous system - a network of nerves so functionally sophisticated it has earned the description of a “heart brain.” Containing over 40,000 neurons, this “little brain” gives the heart the ability to independently sense, process information, make decisions, and even to demonstrate a type of learning and memory. In essence, it appears that the heart is truly an intelligent system. Research has also revealed that the heart is a hormonal gland, manufacturing and secreting numerous hormones and neurotransmitters that profoundly affect brain and body function.
Among the hormones the heart produces is oxytocin, well known as the “love” or “bonding hormone.” Science has only begun to understand the effects of the electromagnetic fields produced by the heart, but there is strong evidence that the information contained in the heart’s powerful field may play a vital synchronizing role in the human body—and that it may affect others around us as well.
This valuable therapy can be used in combination with Neurofeedback, NLP and Clinical Peptide optimization.
Neurolinguistic programming is an approach that focuses on how you communicate with yourself and others, and how this affects your behaviors and subsequent behavior outcomes. Richard Bandler and John Grinder developed Neurolinguistic programming (NLP) in the 1970s after observing that one of the main differences between what they called “successful people” and others was the way they used language to encourage themselves and everyone else.
This empowering use of language is supposed to help you change unwanted habits and limiting beliefs, improve relationships, and meet goals easily.
NLP is also based on the belief that you can model other people’s behaviors' and, therefore, their outcomes. In other words, you can observe someone you admire and then imitate and internalize their behaviors' to repeat their success.
Neuroplasticity refers to the brain’s ability to change and adapt. In this sense, neural pathways can still develop and disconnect throughout our lives. Your actions and experiences influence these brain changes, especially the learning of something new.
The practice of neurolinguistic programming can potentially lead to new neural connections as you learn and implement new habits and skills.
Neurolinguistic programming techniques are said to improve your confidence, self-awareness, emotional balance, moods, communication skills, and how you perceive the world.
Neurolinguistic programming (NLP) can be used to:
NLP coaching Sessions are available in packages of 10 thirty minute visits.
Visits are achieved through telehealth virtual meetings, or in the office.
10 Sessions (30 minutes) $450.00
20 Sessions (30 minutes) $900.00