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BrainCore Therapy: How It Works

Last updated 2 years ago

Traditionally, physical pain has been treated by focusing on the area of the body in which the pain is most prominent. However, as with all sensations, the feeling of pain is intimately linked to your brain. If you are looking for effective treatment for your back or neck pain, ask your chiropractor about BrainCore Therapy, a relatively new method of pain management.

The way in which BrainCore Therapy works is relatively simple. Your brain functions through the interaction of its neurons, which are continually sending electrical signals, or synapses, to each other. If it were possible to follow this electrical activity and understand it, doctors would have access to a vivid and comprehensive picture of a patient’s mental and physical state. BrainCore Therapy makes it possible.

When you receive BrainCore Therapy, the therapist will attach a series of surface electrodes to your scalp. These electrodes track the electronic exchanges that are happening inside your brain. Then, the synapses are translated onto a computer screen. Your brain activity can now be monitored and recorded by the therapist. It is a non-invasive therapy, and no pain is felt by the patient at any point of the procedure.

In addition to providing immediate, accurate information that can be used to track your condition and help determine what type of treatment would benefit you, BrainCore Therapy can be used to treat a number of neurological problems, ranging from migraine headaches to chronic physical pain to insomnia. By providing positive reinforcement whenever the patient’s synapses are activating in positive, non-harmful patterns, BrainCore Therapy can actually be used to “train” the brain out of certain conditions.

If you are interested in learning more about BrainCore Therapy and how it can help you, contact Precision Pain Relief Center in Norcross. All of our procedures make use of the latest, most state-of-the-art chiropractic equipment to treat back pain, neck pain, and other health problems. Call our Norcross office today at (678) 436-8291 or visit us online if you have any questions.


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