Conditions we treat

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How does it work?

At peak neuroscience, we understand complex human dynamics and how the brain adapts. We tailor each treatment plan to help create change to achieve your goals.


At peak neuroscience, we begin by learning about you and understanding your challenges and personal goals. We review prior treatments and discuss the results of previous therapies. Dr. Mishalanie has a background in many forms of Neurotherapy. Together we will chart a course to what would be most helpful to you.


We like to begin each treatment plan by conducting a Quantitative EEG (QEEG). We use computerized analysis tools to record 30 minutes of your brain activity, collecting 19 channels of brain waves to create a map of how the different areas of your cortex are communicating. By comparing the way your brain is working to an extensive database of other patients your age without brain-based difficulties, we can pinpoint areas to target with Neurofeedback training.

Treatment Plan

Based on your QEEG, peak neuroscience composes a Neurotherapy report and training composite to build your customized data-driven protocol.

There are many forms of Neurofeedback treatment that aim to release inefficient patterns of neural functioning. Depending on the particular situation, we will determine the most appropriate system for each patient. We use a variety of different treatment devices. and analytical tools.

Aside from the QEEG path, many individuals come to us for the LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System) that can be useful for recent head trauma and complex medical situations.

Some conditions can be effectively addressed with forms of Home Training. This means the client does not have to come to our office for every treatment. We can set you up with a unit to use at home for neurofeedback, or appropriate brain training exercises (based upon your symptoms and QEEG) like NeuroMeditation or AVE.  We can then monitor your progress remotely.

Treatment Begins

The training process has been designed to be pleasant, one that trains the brain with a reward for a particular activity. Treatment may involve the use of a movie, music, or game that you enjoy. We have fun in the process!

As we work together, charting the progress of each session, further suggestions may arise, such as diet changes, social supports, brief trauma treatment, and exercise regimes.

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Three million cases of depression are diagnosed annually. Possible causes include a combination of biological, psychological, and social sources of distress.

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Therapy and medications are the treatment backbone for anxiety and panic disorders. Reducing stress in your everyday life is also an important step.


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ADHD often begins in childhood and can persist into adulthood. It may contribute to low self-esteem, troubled relationships, and difficulty at school or work.

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Autism spectrum disorder impacts the nervous system. The range and severity of symptoms can vary widely. 



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