What if you could eliminate or reduce neurological conditions like ADD and Depression just by watching a movie or listening to music?

It may sound too good to be true, but relief is now here! Neurofeedback is a non-invasive, drug-free system that targets the brainwaves that are not operating efficiently. Proper brainwave function can significantly increase focus and attention, or improve sleep patterns and memory. Neurofeedback has been clinically proven to improve these conditions:

Anger Issues
Brain Injury
Chronic Pain
Lyme Disease
Memory Loss
Stress / PTSD
Sleep Issues
And More!


Ready To Get Started? Call our office today at 303-882-8447 to make an appointment.


What Does Neurofeedback Do?

Neurofeedback does not directly target conditions and symptoms: it corrects irregular brainwaves and modifies timing patterns in the brain. This is achieved over multiple neurofeedback sessions, as the brain is re-trained into normal patterns. The result is an improvement in brain regulation, which can impact a variety of symptoms.

Think of your brain as a musical quartet: When all musicians are in sync, the sound is harmonious. But if one musician is out of tune, the overall sound is affected. Brainwaves operate in much the same way, working together to keep your mind and body in sync and running smoothly. But if any brainwaves are off, it can impact your entire system negatively. Many common conditions like anxiety, depression and others can occur when brainwaves are running too fast or too slow. Neurofeedback teaches the brain to regulate its brainwaves properly, which can result in better overall health.

Neurofeedback Can:

  • Improve autism symptoms by speeding up Beta brainwaves
  • Increase attention and focus for kids with attention deficit disorders
  • Improve depression symptoms by speeding up Alpha brainwaves
  • Reduce anxiety and stress by slowing down Beta brainwaves
  • Improve sleep disorders by slowing Delta brainwaves
  • Improve memory by speeding up Theta brainwaves
  • Regulate the brainwaves responsible for addiction, which can reduce cravings

Neurofeedback is not a new process. It’s been around since the 1960’s There are decades of research and case studies that document its effectiveness in improving brain health. Advances in computer technology have made it possible for doctors to easily administer neurofeedback in their clinic.

Learn more about this amazing process. Click any of the boxes below to learn more about neurofeedback and brain mapping.

We proudly serve the Boulder, Lafayette, Niwott and Broomfield areas of Colorado.


Office Hours

Monday9:00 – 5:00
Tuesday8:00 – 4:00
Wednesday9:00 – 5:00
Thursday10:00 – 5:00
Fri – SunClosed 



What Is Neurofeedback?

What if you could eliminate or reduce brain related problems just by watching a movie or listening to music? Sound too good to be true? Neurofeedback can help, and it is backed by over 50 years of research in studying how brainwaves affect your health.

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What Is A Brain Map?

A QEEG Brain Map is the recording of brainwaves on the surface of the scalp. It is non-invasive and does not use any radiation. The results are compared against a map of a normal functioning brain to identify irregular patterns that can cause many neurological conditions.

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Common Questions

Is neurofeedback dangerous? Does it hurt? Does it require drugs? How long do I have to do it? Is this just another one of those health fads? These are all common questions we hear every day. Find your answers here and get the facts about neurofeedback and brain mapping.

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Neurofeedback Research

Decades of Research

Neurofeedback has been around since the 1960’s, and has over 5 decades of research from medical professionals to prove it’s effectiveness. You can view our research articles and case studies here.

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About Dr. Ian Hollaman

About Our Clinic

Feeling comfortable with your health care provider is as important as knowing how to improve your health issues. Come meet our staff and learn more about our Boulder neurofeedback clinic in Colorado.

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