What is LENS Therapy?
LENS, or Low Energy Neurofeedback System, is a system that uses a very low power electromagnetic field, like the ones that surrounds digital watches, to carry feedback to the client.
The feedback travels through the same electrodes that the system monitors from. Although the feedback signal is weak, it produces a measurable change in the brainwaves without conscious effort from the individual receiving the feedback. This allows for the brain to have increased flexibility to handle more situations in positive ways. For more information, visit OchsLabs >>>
Depending on the severity of symptom(s) being treated, the treatment may take as few as 10 sessions, although usually it is longer. Treatment has been found to be optimal at twice a week. Once a week is acceptable though progress will be slower. Due to the brain’s ability to revert back to previous functioning, session compliance is strongly encouraged.
Please see “Neurofeedback” tab for information about EEG, and general Neurofeedback.