The University of Texas has had such incredible success with IASIS Technology in mitigating common Behavioral Health problems like anxiety and depression that their research department at the UT Tyler branch has now started two formal research studies on the effectiveness of IASIS. The studies are focused on mitigating anxiety and depression and slowing down the progression of Alzheimer's disease. Additionally, a new double-blinded and randomized research study is now being co-authored by UT Tyler with Matthews Hope Foundation to determine the effectiveness of IASIS in promoting abstinence-based sobriety without relapse in active opioid users.
More Links to research
TRANSCRANIAL NEUROFEEDBACK FOR NEUROPLASTICITY
"Transcranial Neurofeedback for Neuroplasticity: Less Is More, Then, More Is the Best"
Dr. Simon Yu, M.D.
" The latest neuroscience proves that you can reboot and reprogram your brain based on a new understanding of neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity, also referred to as brain plasticity, describes the brain‘s ability to repair itself by forming new neural wiring after stroke, damage, or traumatic brain injury (TBI). The damage may come from physical, emotional, chemical, infection, or EMFcauses. "
UC SAN DIEGO HEALTH
"TRANSCRANIAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION SHOWS PROMISE FOR TREATING MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY"
" Using a form of low-impulse electrical stimulation to the brain, documented by neuroimaging, researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine, Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System (VASDHS) and collaborators elsewhere, report significantly improved neural function in participants with mild traumatic brain injury (TBI)."
American Academy of Pediatrics
"In-School Neurofeedback Training for ADHD: Sustained Improvements From a Randomized Control Trial"
"Passive Neurofeedback Treatments for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Neuroimaging Changes Detected by MEG after applying Low-Intensity Pulses using Transcranial Electrical Stimulation "