MCN is a safe, noninvasive, revolutionary technology that utilizes an EEG unit and low intensity pulses of energy to support the Central Nervous System. The energy is 3-trillionths of a Watt or approximately 3 Pico Watts.
What is IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback?
What does it do?
MCN helps the brain achieve optimal brain performance by rebalancing and reorganizing the nervous system for better neuroregulation.
How does it work?
The brain gets stuck in patterns due to chemical imbalances, environmental factors, stress, sickness, and/or injuries. These stuck patterns disregulate the CNS and produce brain-related disorders. Through the use of electrodes strategically placed on the head and neck, tiny pulses disrupt the frozen patterns. Consequently, a change in brainwave state allows the nervous system to self-regulate. Only frozen, stuck patterns are affected.
Who can it help?
- MCN helps with the following conditions:
- ADD ADHD
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Lyme Disease
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Traumatic Brain Injury
Schedule an Appointment with Jodi Millsap
What to expect:
While seated, five lightweight EEG electrodes will be placed on your head and neck. The areas will be cleaned off before a conductive paste is applied to hold the electrodes in place. The position of the electrodes will be determined before each treatment and may vary through the treatment and in subsequent treatments.
.MCN Observation Sheet:
You will be required to provide feedback 24 hours after every session by text or email called the ‘Observation Sheet’ to help Jodi fine tune the treatment to determine what will be optimal for your next treatment. It is not always possible to predict who will have a stronger reaction, and again a strong reaction is not a bad thing, it is your nervous system responding and is viewed as a very positive sign that change for the better is happening. Like anything in life, it is a process that requires patience. Try to be embrace the journey. and suspend any disbelief and give yourself permission to allow yourself to simply observe any subtle changes.
Please let Jodi know if you do experience any unpleasant feelings following a treatment. If the exacerbated symptoms doesn not subside quickly, we often suggest following up after such an occurrence with a neurotap to calm the nervous system and help bring about homeostasis.
Time of Session & Protocols:
The treatment from start to finish will be around a half an hour after the initial 60 minute intro session. You will not feel anything from the electrodes. MCN is safe for babies, pregnant women and the elderly. MCN has 6 protocol settings and numerous different sensitivity levels that Jodi will select, depending on how fragile or hardy one’s nervous system is (which Jodi will assess prior to the treatment), as well as how one responds during or after the session, at which time adjustments may be made.
Ongoing MCN Sessions:
As your symptoms improve and your results hold from treatment to treatment, Jodi will increase the time between treatments until they become enduringly sustainable.
Initially, one may have 1-5 treatments per week. The higher the level of seriousness or acuity of your condition, Jodi will suggest a course of corresponding brain training. The total number of treatments varies from person to person but typically 10 to 20 treatments are necessary, with recommendations for more being common with more complex, longer standing conditions. Some people will notice changes in between 1-3 sessions while others may require more treatments before they notice a change.
Response to MCN Session:
After a treatment, most people report that they felt relaxed, energetic. more focused, less stressed and that they slept well. However, in 24 to 48 hours after a treatment, the nervous system may react and feelings of fatigue, spaciness, anxiousness, being wired, or having a headache may occur. All responses are completely normal and a sign that one is neuroregulating. Even unpleasant reactions are a positive sign that your brain and nervous system is responding. Even though it may be temporarily uncomfortable, it will not persist and will be followed by improvement. It is crucial to remember that every subset of a reaction is a positive response.