Microcurrent Neurofeedback in Southlake, TX

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The brain gets stuck in patterns due to chemical imbalances, environmental factors, stress, sickness, and even injuries. These patterns deregulate the central nervous system and produce brain-related disorders. Through the use of electrodes strategically placed on the head and neck, tiny pulses can disrupt these frozen patterns, which is completed through a process called microcurrent neurofeedback (MCN). Microcurrent neurofeedback is a safe, noninvasive, and revolutionary technology that utilizes an EEG unit and low-intensity pulses of energy to support the central nervous system. The energy is incredibly precise and gentle, only amounting to roughly 3-trillionths of a watt. At Integrative Pain and Wellness Center in Southlake, TX and the surrounding areas of Midland, and Odessa, TX, we're pleased to offer this treatment that has been transformative for thousands of people.

What Are the Benefits of Microcurrent Neurofeedback?

Microcurrent neurofeedback is a noninvasive method that can help alleviate or repair many neurological or physical conditions with small electric pulses. Benefits of microcurrent neurofeedback performed at Integrative Pain and Wellness Center in Southlake, TX or the areas surrounding Midland and Odessa, TX may include:

  • Addressing a wide variety of conditions
  • Helping to rebalance the brain
  • Improving overall well-being and daily happiness
  • Noninvasive, fast, pain-free treatments
  • Can be safely used on children and adults
  • Quicker results than traditional neurofeedback therapies


Patients with any number of neurological and physical conditions could potentially benefit from microcurrent neurofeedback, especially individuals with:

  • Certain addictions
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • Cancer
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Dementia
  • Depression
  • Epilepsy
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Insomnia
  • Lyme disease
  • Headaches and migraines
  • OCD
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Stroke
  • Traumatic brain injuries


While seated, five lightweight EEG electrodes will be placed on your head and neck. The areas will be cleaned off, and 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 from patient to patient. From start to finish, the treatment will be around half an hour and take place at our office in Southlake, Midland, and Odessa, TX. Microcurrent neurofeedback is so delicate that it is even safe for babies, pregnant women, and the elderly.

What Should I Expect After Microcurrent Neurofeedback?

After a microcurrent feedback session conducted at Integrative Pain and Wellness Center, most people feel relaxed, energetic, more focused, and less stressed. However, roughly 1 – 2 days afterward, some people's nervous system may react. When this happens, feelings of fatigue, spaciness, anxiousness, or headache could occur. Even mildly unpleasant reactions are a helpful sign that your brain and nervous system are responding. While it may be temporarily uncomfortable, the effects are not lasting and should be followed by a notable improvement.

Microcurrent Neurofeedback FAQ

How long does neurofeedback take to work?
Because of the small, incremental changes nerofeedback needs, it can take some time to work. Our patients note a difference at around 10-20 sessions, while often continuing treatment for a while beyond these results to obtain their goals. We recommend starting with 3 sessions a week to catalyze your healing journey.

Do the effects of microcurrent neurofeedback last?
While it may seem like many sessions of microcurrent feedback are needed, there is some good news to accompany the recommended treatment allowance. In general, neurofeedback makes gradual, long-lasting effects on the brain. This fact means that once you and your provider at Integrative Pain and Wellness Center are satisfied with the level of healing you have achieved, you should not have to return back for more treatment, in contrast to taking medication for chronic conditions.

How can I make the most of neurofeedback treatment?
As with many treatment plans, microcurrent neurofeedback plans will work best when you live a generally healthy lifestyle. This includes regular exercise, a balanced diet with appropriate nutrients and supplements, and getting at least 8 hours of sleep each night. Talk with your provider to determine where you are at in terms of overall health and which areas might need a change for achieving your best results.

How often should I undergo microcurrent neurofeedback sessions?
The frequency of microcurrent neurofeedback sessions can vary depending on individual needs and the specific condition being treated. As symptoms improve, the frequency of sessions can be reduced. Dr. Barker and Dr. Gray will create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique situation.

Are there any side effects associated with microcurrent neurofeedback?
Microcurrent neurofeedback is considered a safe and noninvasive treatment with minimal side effects. Some individuals may experience temporary fatigue, spaciness, or mild headaches after a session. These reactions are typically short-lived and indicate that the brain and nervous system are responding to the treatment. Most patients feel relaxed and focused shortly after their sessions.

Can microcurrent neurofeedback be combined with other treatments?
Yes, microcurrent neurofeedback can be combined with other treatments for a comprehensive approach to health and wellness. It is often used alongside traditional medical treatments, psychotherapy, medication, and lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise. Integrative Pain and Wellness Center will work with you to develop a holistic treatment plan that addresses all aspects of your health.


At Integrative Pain and Wellness Center, our team of skilled physicians is thrilled to offer microcurrent neurofeedback to address everything, from neurological disorders to physical ailments. This advanced technology works to regulate the way your brain works to produce effective results in the long-run. To find out more about this revolutionary new treatment, contact our office in Southlake, TX and find out if you could be a candidate.

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