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Are you Struggling after a Sports-Related Brain Injury?

The Experts at the Sinha Clinic can help. We offer comprehensive neuropsychiatric care for adults and children. We provide the following services:

We provide a Rehabilitation Solution.

sports-related traumatic brain injury is a serious accident which may lead to significant morbidity or mortality. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) in sports are usually a result of physical contact with another person or stationary object,[1] these sports may include boxing, football, field/ice hockey, lacrosse, martial arts, rugby, soccer, wrestling, auto racing, cycling, equestrian, roller blading, skateboarding, skiing, or snowboarding.[2][1]

Concussions are also sometimes referred to as mTBI (Mild Traumatic Brain Injury). Concussions are injuries to the head which cause a temporary lapse in the normal operation of brain function. Concussions can have many symptoms which could be displayed in a physical, psychological or emotional state. 

Most people who have had a significant sports-related brain injury will require some form of rehabilitation. They may need to relearn skills they once knew. The goal of rehabilitation is to improve the ability to perform daily activities and regain a better quality of life after the event. 

We provide solutions to help you or a loved one get to that goal. 

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Putting back the pieces after a sports-related brain injury is a complex journey.
We aim to tailor our treatment approach to you or your loved one's specific needs.

What is Neurofeedback…

It is non-invasive.
Can be used with or without medication. 
Provides long-lasting positive results.

Neurofeedback is used to improve symptoms of sports-related brain injury by reworking the damage done by the impact in order to help the brain relearn how to self-regulate and function normally again. 

There are several areas that neurofeedback can help improve after a concussion or brain injury:

Enhanced concentration and attention
Reducing anxiety, improving control over emotions (e.g., anger or irritability)
Overcoming additional concerns from mild head injuries specific to the persons needs
Improvement in physical balance and coordination

These are just a few that have been reported but many have seen other cognitive concerns in their short and long term memory, vision, spatial awareness, poor sleep and communication depending on the location and extent of the injury.

A traumatic brain injury is like as a construction zone.
Neurofeedback helps to clean up the debris, reorganize and regulate the brain neural pathways for a more balanced state of mind.

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How Neurofeedback works to help damage:

In the past, brain injury or concussion damage was seen to be irreversible. However, with advances in neurofeedback, this method can be used to help correct the root cause of the damage.

How will neurofeedback benefit you or a loved one?

Our Neurofeedback specialists target areas of the brain to help to reorganize the neural networks communication process by teaching the brain to self-regulate to become more efficient. 

Neurofeedback can help in the recovery process but the extent depends on numerous factors: medical, physiological and cognitive needs all play a factor in rehabilitation. 

I am interested to learn more - Where do I start?

Step 1

Fill out the contact box below. One of our friendly office staff will contact you to listen to your needs, answer any questions and set up a diagnostic evaluation. We accept insurance and self pay. We will submit information to see what is covered complimentary. .

Step 2

After completing the diagnostic evaluation. We set up a qEEG Brain Map to identify key areas of the brain to pinpoint areas that need to be improved. A qEEG Brain Map is performed to pinpoint the area’s of dysregulation from the concussion or TBI. Protocols are created that are specifically designed for the individual’s brain chemistry.  

Step 3

Once the protocols are determined, the trainee begins Neurofeedback Brain training. With consistent training, healthy brainwave patterns can be improved, normalized and even optimized depending on the extent of the injury. Neurofeedback training includes watching a movie on the computer screen, playing a video game, or listening to audio tones. Each protocol is designed to the trainee's needs. These training sessions are designed to teach the person to slowly self-regulate and retrain their brainwave patterns. With continued feedback, coaching, and practice, the healthier brainwave patterns are maintained. Neurofeedback can be compared to strength training for the brain, enhancing cognitive flexibility and control.

What are you waiting for?
Fill out the form to start the path to recovery.

The Sinha Clinic has helped many individuals and families improve their cognitive health through Neurofeedback Brain Training. Let us help you or a loved one get on the path to a better quality of life.