For a clinical trial, Neurocore needs adults with ages ranging between 55 and 85 and having memory concerns residing in West Michigan and Southeast Florida. The trial will be trying to determine whether neurofeedback and lifestyle changes can possibly improve cognition and memory. The study purposely measures the cognitive performance changes resulting from the treatment. Neurofeedback is a noninvasive and safe type of behavior-modification therapy that uses technology to give feedback to the brain to trigger it to self-adjust, re-calibrate and to become more focused and calm. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.
This study is expected to run for 6-8 months. The participants will be assessed thrice throughout the study period with the first being done at the beginning, then after a three-month control period, and lastly after three months involving active treatment. Cognitive performance and brain activity will be determined. In addition to this, the participants will be surveyed regarding their memory, overall health and mood at every trial milestone. A time commitment of 4-5 hours a week will be required during the active treatment period.
Participation in this particular study is voluntary. Those who offer themselves for the study and meet the minimum requirements will be invited to take part in an active treatment of neurofeedback plus lifestyle changes. This treatment will be absolutely free, and in the end, those who take part will be compensated a total of $200. Before beginning, they are required to fill an application form. They will first have to carefully go about the list of qualifications to ensure they meet the requirements.
Neurocore Brain Performance Centers offers brain-based, data-driven training and assessment programs aimed at helping adults and children improve sleep and concentration and also to manage stress. It was founded in 2004 and quickly rose to prominence to become the leading player in applied neuroscience nationally. Today Neurocore operates about ten brain performance centers in Florida and Michigan.
It is a privately held company that employs more than two hundred people. Neurocore specializes in various fields including Autonomic Nervous System Diagnostics and Regulation, Attention Testing, neurofeedback, qEEG Biofeedback Training, and Heart Rate Variability Training. Read more at dialdish.com about Neurocore.