Anxiety/Depression

Are you always fearful?

Are you struggling with feeling hopeless, sad, mentally fragile?
Medication is not helping you?

Try a new approach!

What can you expect from us?

  • Find the root causes versus the symptom-based medicine approach.

 

  • Check the biochemistry.

 

  • Is it a B-12 deficiency Is it a MTFHR gene defect is it a genetic defect a hormonal or an inflammation issue?

 

  • Is your brain healthy?

 

  • How do you react to stress?

 

  • Do you have good sleep?

 

  • Do you exercise?

 

  • Use a Holistic Framework

 

  • Nutrition & supplements, hormones balance, exercise, stress management, cognitive training, brain stimulation, sleep, relationships and social connections must be considered.

 

  • Do not expect a magic pill.

4 STEPS COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT

 

STEP 1
Consent and Acknowledgements, 1 hour consult, Medical History and Depression Background

 

STEP 2
Medical examination:
Quantitative EEG ,ERP,MRI and biochemistry tests if needed

 

STEP 3
Neurocognitive Testing
Nutrition Assessment

 

STEP 4
Feedback for Results and Treatment Plan

Prevention strategies for a Healthy Brain

 

Look for the root causes of your depression
Your body is a dynamic,an integrated system where everything is connected and.
Any inflammation, toxicity, gut dysfunction, poor sleep, stress can affect your brain functioning and your depression.

 

Optimise nutrition.
Nourish the brain with a good balance of proteins, good fats vitamins an minerals.

 

Balance your hormones
For a healthy brain, insulin, thyroid hormones, testosterone, progesterone, cortisol need to work in harmony.

 

Regular exercise
Vigorous Exercise 3 times a week is a better treatment than of antidepressant drugs.
It increases brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF).It increases new brain cells and the connection between brain cells.

 

Calm your mind
Meditation is a wonderful tool for self discovery and relaxation.
Attend Mindfulness or yoga classes.
Try Biofeedback, psychotherapy.

 

Stay connected
Community may be more effective than medication. It can happen on a family or social level.
The sens of purpose and cohesiveness is the power of connection, love and community.
When you commit acts of kindness,you help the others it makes you feel good it boosts your serotonin and dopamine.

This Is How You Will Improve

1

Neurofeedback

This treatment stimulates your metabolism and blood flow, strengthens your

dendritic connections as well as the functioning of neurotransmitters.
You will 
improve your ability to carry out cognitive tasks successfully.

2

Cognitive Training

You will have a personalized cognitive brain training to stimulate, train, and rehabilitate the main

cognitive skills (perception, attention, memory, reasoning, etc.) and the components that make them up.

3

Neurostimulation



You will receive non invasive Brain stimulation sessions to modulate cortical excitability and inducing lasting effects.

4

Psychotherapy


Individual or Group Psychotherapy will help you improve your self esteem, social skills, teach you good leaving habits and deal with early traumas.

5

Metabolic Health

Because there is a Gut-Brain connection Proper diet and supplements will improve you brain health Nutritional status, hormonal imbalances, food allergies, toxins, digestive inflammation and immune imbalances will be monitored.

Videos

A video of a simulated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) treatment by Domenic Ciraulo, MED professor and Chair of the department of psychiatry and chief psychiatrist at Boston Medical Center, and Maryam Afshar, MED assistant professor.

This video is a good representation of the rTMS treatment we are offering at the Montreal Neurotherapy Center. We have improved the life of many people suffering from Depression type illness using this non invasive, painless therapy approved by Health Canada, the FDA and the RAMQ.

What is Neurofeedback?

Free Conference Call With A Senior Team Member

    • We collect a brief history of the problem that your chief concern.

 

 

    • We discuss your medical records if any.

 

 

    • We explain additional testing/evaluation needed.

 

 

    • We explain the content of the program.

 

 

    • We explain the costs.