St. Louis Neurotherapy Institute Announces Parent Seminars for Effective Solutions to ADHD

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St. Louis Neurotherapy Institute will host no-cost parent seminars on Thursday, September 5 and Thursday, September 19 at 7:00 and 8:30 p.m. at their St. Louis Facility located at 11710 Old Ballas Road, Suite 205, Creve Coeur, MO 63141. Reservations for the event are required and can be made by calling the clinic at 314.983.9355.

St. Louis Neurotherapy

St. Louis Neurotherapy

St. Louis Neurotherapy's ADHD treatment seminars are a great way for parents to gain an introduction to a life-changing ADHD treatment method. Any families or parents of children suffering from ADHD are encouraged to attend.

St. Louis Neurotherapy Institute utilizes the latest developments in a non-invasive, non-medication treatment called neurofeedback. Neurofeedback is a method which uses a non-invasive approach to retain and remap the brain. This comprehensive approach is developed to meet the mental, emotional and physical needs of ADHD with no side effects or pain.

Neurofeedback maps the patient’s brain in order to determine which markers are not firing properly. Once they have taken note of these markers they are able to retrain the brain through positive reinforcement while simply watching a movie or playing a video game. This allows the brain to gather new neuro connections, and once those connections are made, they are permanent.

The team of doctors at St. Louis Neurotherapy Institute has training in psychology, human development, education and counseling. This allows them to provide a successful, well-rounded method to treat individuals who suffer from the symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder.

About the St. Louis Neurotherapy Institute: The team at St. Louis Neurotherapy Institute integrates neurotherapy metabolic consultation and solution-focused counseling to provide a drugless, noninvasive approach to alleviate symptoms associated with: ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, insomnia, chronic fatigue syndrome, learning disorders, chronic pain, memory loss, fibromyalgia, migraine and tension headaches, and vertigo.

Dr. Rhodes began his studies in cellular and human biology as an undergraduate student before attending Logan University to pursue a Doctorate in Chiropractic. In graduate school, Dr. Rhodes developed a strong interest in neurology, which lead to post graduate work with the esteemed Carrick Neurology institute where he learned Brain Based Rehabilitation for various neurological conditions. Dr. Rhodes is certified in Neurological Dysregulation and Neurofeedback from the University of Bridgeport and has incorporated Braincore Neurofeedback system into the practice.

Visit the Saint Louis Neurotherapy Institute’s website at or call (314)983-WELL.

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