- $314 for one BrainCore Therapy QEEG brain map and three therapy sessions ($625 value)
A “map” is made of measurements of electrical activity along the scalp—known commonly as brain waves. Neurofeedback therapy is used to regulate disorganized brain activity into a healthy pattern, possibly helping alleviate neurological issues like ADHD, migraines, insomnia, anxiety, chronic pain, and more.
Beecher Chiropractic and Wellness Center
The team of doctors, specialists, and therapists at Beecher Wellness Center uses a diverse palette of cutting-edge treatments and natural alternatives in treating physical maladies in the body. Initial chiropractic examinations reveal musculoskeletal imbalances as well as missing CDs that slipped between vertebrae. At subsequent visits, patients might lie atop the hydro-massage table, which warms up muscles and relaxes joints all over the body with jets of hot water, or lie under lasers that help stimulate damaged tissue to repair itself. Non-surgical Disc Force Spinal Decompression therapy relieves issues such as back pain, herniated discs, degenerative joint disease, and cheek nerves pinched by elderly relatives over the holidays. The process gently restores space between crowded bones according to the exact measurements of a computer, and helps to rehydrate each vertebra with water, oxygen, and nutrients.
Beecher Wellness Center also offers custom medical massage therapy, acupuncture, and other treatments. Technicians harness the LZR7 Laser Allergy Relief system—an advanced biofeedback treatment designed as an alternative to medications and shots—to help alleviate food, seasonal, pet, and environmental allergy symptoms. BrainCore Therapy offers a drugless, noninvasive method to develop customized solutions to neurological conditions such as ADD/ADHD, migraine, memory loss, learning disorders, insomnia, anxiety, fibromyalgia, autism, and more. This neurofeedback treatment trains the brain to function more efficiently, and Beecher Wellness Center is one of the first to offer this service in central Ohio.