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Biofeedback to Build Brain Function

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POSTED: Sunday, November 17, 2013, 8:51 AM
For millennia, practitioners of yoga and meditation in the East have known of the link between body and mind. But Western culture took a different tack after the French philosopher René Descartes proclaimed that the mind and body are separate and discrete.

Since the 19th century, scientists have tried to debunk that view, showing through experiments that the mind and body are connected and that the mind affects the body and the body affects the mind.

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We have the most comprehensive selection of brain enhancement tools and techniques in the greater Delaware Valley. We offer an extensive array of neurotherapy, neurofeedback and traditional biofeedback protocols to address physical, cognitive, learning and emotional difficulties.
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