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Dr. Jason Rhodes

Dr. Jason Rhodes
Dr. Jason Rhodes is certified in Neurological Dysregulation and Neurofeedback from the University of Bridgeport and has incorporated Braincore Neurofeedback system into the practice.

It’s a New School Year! Learning to Grow with ADHD

It’s a New School Year! Learning to Grow with ADHD

It’s hard to believe that the new school year will be here before we know it! And for some ADD/ADHD kids and their parents, this time can often be associated with anxiety and stress. But setting up some reasonable goals now for the upcoming school year can set the tone …

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A DRUGLESS MIGRAINE TREATMENT? TELL ME MORE!!!

MIGRAINE

If you experience migraines, chances are that the symptoms and signs you experience, may be different from say the neighbor down the street. The most common symptom is of course the pain. Migraine attacks usually last from 4 to 72 hours and most people will be free from symptoms between …

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Neurofeedback: A Permanent Solution for Migraines

Stop the Pain! Neurofeedback: A Permanent Solution for Migraines By Jason Rhodes, DC

Migraines are a pain in the…head. Sufferers, 37 million in the U.S. alone, often lose their ability to function in the everyday world, relegating them to lying in darkened rooms waiting for the excruciating waves of throbbing to cease. It’s hard to live this way! While there are a number …

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LIVING IN AN ADHD FAMILY

LIVING IN AN ADHD FAMILY

It is estimated that there is a 30% chance that a child with ADHD has at least one parent who has ADHD. And there is a 30% chance that this same child will have a sibling with ADHD. Living in a family with ADHD can be quite challenging. There is …

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ADHD and Social Skills

ADHD and Social Skills

When it comes to a child with ADHD, certain social skills do not necessarily come natural to them. Many children with ADHD lag behind their peers and also tend to be a little more immature than others their same age. There are strategies to help your child make friends and …

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New Breakthrough in Treating ADD/ADHD

New Breakthrough in Treating ADD/ADHD

By Dr Sharo Shafaie PhD Your son can build a working simple circuit, but he can?t seem to get his completed homework from his backpack to the ?turn-in? pile on a regular basis. His inability to know when ?enough is enough? has caused more than one issue with friends or …

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New Solutions For ADHD

New Solution For ADHD

The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that five million children in the United States have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). That’s about five percent of all children. While ADHD is most commonly associated with childhood, studies show that up to 70 percent of children with ADHD continue to have …

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Homework and ADHD

homework and adhd

Hearing the moans and groans of homework can be a common occurrence for children when they get home from school. And for most children, the National Education Association recommends that homework actually increases by 10 minutes per year in school. For example, a third grader might have 30 minutes of …

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It?s a New School Year! Learning to Grow with ADHD

Learning to Grow with ADHD

By Jason Rhodes, DC, BCIM It?s hard to believe that the new school year will be here before we know it!? And for some ADD/ADHD kids and their parents, this time can often be associated with anxiety and stress. But setting up some reasonable goals now for the upcoming school …

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New Solutions For ADHD

New Solutions For ADHD

The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that five million children in the United States have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). That?s about five percent of all children. While ADHD is most commonly associated with childhood, studies show that up to 70 percent of children with ADHD continue to have …

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