Do you know someone who is struggling with one or more of these behavioural problems?
- Impulsive tendencies
- Compulsive tendencies
Behavioural problems are often symptoms of an unhealthy brain, which, when properly diagnosed and treated often shows significant improvement.
HOW NEUROKINETICS CAN HELP:
We know how behaviour problems can negatively affect a person’s life. At NeuroKinetics we treat all of our patients with the utmost care and support.
To better understand the nature of how NeuroKinetics could best help our patients with behaviour problems, Dr. Souvestre began to assess their brain function and realized that their brains were not functioning or communicating properly.
He further determined that in many cases his non-invasive BRE or Bio Regulateur Externe helps to stimulate the body’s neurological pathways so that the brain can function properly. This has helped many of the NeuroKinetics patients reduce and even eliminate their behaviour problems.
YOUR BRAIN OPTIMIZATION SESSION:
Every patient’s first step is to book his or her Brain Optimization Session with Dr. Souvestre.
We know how difficult it is for anyone to function with behaviour problems.
Our goal is to minimize the time it takes to determine the root cause of our patient’s behaviour problems and maximize the effectiveness of their personalized non-invasive treatment programs for behaviour problems.
This is why our initial 4-6 hour Brain Optimization Session has proven so valuable for our patients who want to improve their behaviour problems.
At NeuroKinetics we will help you recover from your behaviour problems by resetting your brain’s communication and function capabilities.
You’re comprehensive Brain Optimization Session that will allow us to determine how successful our non-invasive therapy and BRE treatment will be for your behaviour problems.
The NeuroKinetics approach is backed by Dr. Souvestre’s 30+ years of medical research and his 130 peer reviewed publications that confirm the effectiveness of the NeuroKinetics therapy and treatment protocol.