Neurofield entrainment is a gentle, non-invasive approach to help us correct unhealthy and dysfunctional brainwave patterns. Our brains operate by having groups of neurons work together to fire electrical currents at differing rhythmic frequencies. The speed and timing of these rhythms play an extremely important role in our healthy brain function.
You can think of the brain like an orchestra. It is made up of many instruments, all working to layer sounds at different volumes and pitches to create pleasant music. If one instrument plays to quickly, or too loudly, the music becomes unpleasant and the orchestra no longer works as it should. The neurofield acts like a conductor for the brain, gently reminding dysfunctional instruments of the speed at which they should be playing.
This is accomplished through the science of pulsed electromagnetic field entrainment. Small coil boxes are placed over the head generating a mild magnetic field, which pulses at the same rate and speed as brainwave activity. The brain naturally picks up on this signal and begins to copy the frequencies it is receiving, allowing us to gently train your brain out of its concussion symptoms and back to health.