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Is your child calling out for help?

Published: May 24, 2017   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

There is nothing certain about parenting. With the territory comes a wild mix of feelings. Most definitely. Lots unconditional love and undeniable pride. And in the swirl of it all, plenty of overwhelm and confusion, too. “Holy smokes, what have we created?” There are just as many questions as there are answers. The pressure of […]

Beating Addiction

Published: May 25, 2016   |   Category: Blog   |   Service: , ,

Dr. Jay M. Holder shows why combining chiropractic, auriculotherapy, amino acids, counseling and 12-step programs may be the groundbreaking answer to all addictions including alcohol, cocaine, heroin, nicotine, eating disorders, sex and gambling. In the first days of its second century, chiropractic may be a bold, effective, and inexpensive solution to the alarming problem of […]

Addiction Articles and Research

Published: May 18, 2016   |   Category: Research   |   Service:

UCLA Study

Neurofeedback for Addiction Treatment

EEG Info – Substance Abuse and Addictions

Neurofeedback Helps Addicts

Neurofeedback for Addiction. An Alternative Treatment?

Alpha-theta Brainwave Neurofeedback Training: An Effective Treatment for Male and Female Alcoholics with Depressive Symptoms

Integrating Cognitive Neuroscience Research and Cognitive Behavioral Treatment with Neurofeedback Therapy in Drug Addiction Comorbid with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Conceptual Review

LORETA Neurofeedback for Addiction and the Possible Neurophysiology of Psychological Processes Influenced: A Case Study and Region of Interest Analysis of LORETA Neurofeedback in Right Anterior Cingulate Cortex

The Treatment of Addiction with Neurofeedback, Trudeau

Applicability of Brain Wave Biofeedback to Substance Use Disorder in Adolescents, Trudeau

Using Neurofeedback for Addiction Treatment

Automated EEG Biofeedback Proven Effective in Addiction Treatment

Neurofeedback in Treatment of Substance Abuse

Quitting Smoking Relies on Stronger Brain Networks

Addiction – A Unique Chiropractor’s Pursuit of the Source

Published: March 2, 2016   |   Category: Blog   |   Service: , ,

Interview with Jay Holder, D.C. (from The American Chiropractor, Dec. 2010) Dr. Holder is the first American to receive the Albert Schweitzer Prize in Medicine from the Albert Schweitzer-Gesellschaft, Austria. Dr. Holder is Adjunct Professor, St. Martin’s College, Milwaukee; held appointment to the faculty at the University of Miami, Center for Addiction Studies and Education […]

Torque Release Technique and EEG Brainwave Function

Published: January 2, 2016   |   Category: Research   |   Service: ,

New Technique Introduced – EEG Confirms Results – By Jay Holder, DC One of the most exciting events during Life College’s 20th anniversary Homecoming was the debut of the Torque Release TechniqueTM, billed as the first and newest adjustment technique for chiropractic’s second century. The debut was no less exciting for having been unplanned. Jay […]

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