When will I see changes?
Most people notice changes in their primary symptoms within 5-10 sessions. It’s important, however, to understand that neuroplastic (permanent) changes are shown to occur after 20-30 visits. Even though you might be feeling better after 7 visits, we advise you to complete your entire program to achieve lasting results.
Are the changes permanent?

Short answer? Yes.

Long answer: Once your brain learns how and when to produce a certain brain wave, that ability becomes embedded as a new, permanent circuit. This process is known as neuroplasticity.

How many treatment sessions will I need?
The typical patient usually requires 30 Brain Training sessions to ensure permanent neuroplastic changes.
Can Brain Training heal the damage from a stroke / brain injury / Lyme disease?

To varying degrees….Taking advantage of the brain’s ability to use adjacent neuronal pathways to take over the function of the damaged/dysregulated area.

Also, the Vie Light is a powerful tool to increase the function of each neuron at the mitochondrial level, allowing each brain cell to have more energy for healing and repair.

Can Brain Training slow the progression of Alzheimer’s and/or Parkinson’s Disease?

For more information on this topic, please visit our Alzheimer’s page.

What other issues can Brain Training help with??

Brain Training has been shown to help with:

  • Addiction
  • Asperger’s
  • Insomnia
  • Anger management
  • Panic attacks
  • Stress disorders / PTSD
  • Memory loss
  • Chronic pain
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • OCD
  • Autism spectrum

It can also be used to achieve peak performance in all areas of life — athletes, students, and business owners alike are using Brain Training to improve their mental clarity and physical capacities. It’s even used by NASA and the US Olympic training facilities!

If you’ve got an issue and you suspect Brain Training could help, schedule an initial Brain Mapping session today, or give us a call. We’re happy to answer any questions you have.

How do I know if Brain Training will help my child?

This is why we always do an initial Brain Mapping session before creating a treatment plan. The Brain Map shows the location and extent of any dysregulation in your child’s brain waves.

From there, we can gauge how effective Brain Training is likely to be.

Dr. Yonce has been doing this a long time, and your child’s optimal health is his #1 priority. If Brain Training can help, he’ll explain everything. If not, he’ll explain that too.

Schedule your Initial Brain Mapping session today.

What does it mean to be natural and non-invasive?

A natural treatment works in concert with the body’s innate ability to heal and be well. In other words, it helps the body (or in this case, the brain) do what it’s already programmed to do… but better.

Nothing is put into the body at any time — no electricity, no shocks, no subliminal messages. 😉 All that’s happening is, brainwaves (which are already active) are being observed and reflected back to your brain in real time, via auditory and visual feedback (i.e. a movie).

Isn’t Brain Training just neurofeedback?

Yes and no.

Neurofeedback is the most powerful component of our treatment plans, but we’ve developed a more well-rounded approach at Asheville Brain Training.

Our treatments include several auxiliary therapies which increase the neurofeedback’s effectiveness.

Brain Training is a comprehensive approach developed by Dr. Yonce himself.

Will medications affect the results of Brain Training?
We’re able to do Brain Training concurrently with most medications, including stimulants. Dr. Yonce will talk with you more about your particular situation.
Do you take insurance?
We’ve found that insurance does not cover the services that we provide at Asheville Brain Training. In fact, there is not yet an insurance code specifically for “Neurofeedback” or “EEG Biofeedback.” We do offer various discounted treatment plans, payment plans, and we’re willing to work with you to make our life-changing care affordable. In fact, many are surprised at how affordable an entire plan of care actually is, especially in light of high, and ever increasing deductibles and copays for insurance. For a cost comparison….click here