Pulse Neurofeedback: Using Effective Brain Therapy to Get Your Mind Healthy!

0 Comments April 22, 2021Featured Partners

At Organic Roots, are happy to announce our partnership with the locally owned company Pulse Neurofeedback in Temecula, CA. Want to learn more about this local health center? We will let them take it from here.


At Pulse, we specialize in Micro Current Neurofeedback or “MCN,” an emerging treatment designed to help the brain ‘reboot’ itself. MCN is increasingly used to treat mind-related issues, such as depression, anxiety, ADHD/ADD, PTSD and many other disorders (see the full list below). It’s entirely safe, painless, non-invasive and effective for both adults and children.


In a typical MCN session, small electrodes are applied to a patient’s head to reflect brain waves and encourage a ‘re-routing’ of established brain wave patterns. This enables the brain to adjust itself by creating new brain wave patterns. Typical responses within the first few treatments are mental clarity, a sense of calmness, clearer senses, and more restorative sleep. Over 85% of patients observe a noticeable positive change in fewer than three sessions.


We are extensively trained, and certified in MCN and can design a treatment program to meet your individual needs. We use state of the art equipment and sessions are administered by Certified and Licensed IASIS practitioners. 


What is Neurofeeback?

IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback, or ‘MCN’, is a safe, revolutionary, technology that uses brain wave feedback to help the brain “reboot” itself. Due to environmental factors, stress, sickness or injuries, the brain can become unbalanced and brain waves can become fixed (“frozen”) in unhealthy patterns that produce brain-related disorders. MCN treatments use low-impact electrical signals (‘Micro Currents’) to help the brain create new healthy patterns and alleviate common brain-related illnesses.

How Does it Help?

MCN addresses many disorders including PTSD, ADD/ADHD, Depression, Anxiety and many more. 85% of patients report positive changes within three sessions. Typically, patients report experiencing a sense of calmness, improved concentration and memory, and a lifting of the ‘fog’ associated with many brain imbalance disorders.

Is It Safe?

Micro Current Neurofeedback is an FDA registered EEG amplifier and is extremely safe and pain-free. The amount of electric current used is 1/100 of a AA battery for the duration of 1/100 of a second and is not generally noticeable. Treatments are safe and effective for adults and children.

How Do Treatments Work?

Unlike other kinds of Neurofeedback where the patient must participate doing tasks on the computer screen, IASIS Neurofeedback doesn’t. The patient is asked to simply close their eyes and go to their “happy place.” That’s it!

Every patient is different, because EVERY brain is uniquely different, but three to five sessions is usually sufficient to begin generating positive results. 10-20 total sessions is common, some needing more or less. Once the patient is noticing the positive results are lasting, they are ready to stop sessions, and go on maintenance. The patient or family is the best judge to notice when they need to come in for a maintenance “Boost”….and they love it!!

Why Choose Pulse?

Our staff members are extensively trained and certified in MCN and can design a treatment program to meet your individual needs. Protocols that we use are different for everyone..because each brain is unique. We use state of the art equipment and sessions are administered by an IASIS certified practitioner who has 35 years experience working on patients of all ages.

What conditions can IASIS Neurofeedback help?

  • ADD/ADHD
  • ADDICTION
  • AUTISM (ASD)
  • ANXIETY
  • CANCER
  • FIBROMYALGIA
  • PEAK PERFORMANCE
  • STROKE
  • CONCUSSION
  • DEMENTIA
  • DEPRESSION
  • EATING DISORDERS
  • EPILEPSY
  • CHRONIC FATIGUE
  • TRAUMATIC BRAIN UNJURY (TBI)
  • PARKINSONS
  • INSOMNIA
  • LEARNING DISORDERS
  • LYME DISEASE
  • MEMORY DISORDER
  • CANCER
  • MIGRAINES
  • PTSD



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