We are often asked "What is the difference between NeuroMatrix Neural Efficiency training and other kinds of Neural Efficiency training?" The difference can be found in three key areas: clinical experience, professional background, and technical expertise.
A major difference with NeuroMatrix Neural Efficiency training is Dr. Marvin Sams' 20 years experience as a Neurotherapist. This is piggy backed on almost three decades of clinical and research EEG (brain wave analysis) experience in such institutions as Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, The Mayo Clinical in Rochester, Minnesota, and The Ohio State University Hospitals, Columbus, Ohio. He is the only Neurofeedback professional with primary credentials and certification in Electroencephalography, the foundation of Neurofeedback.
It is estimated that Dr. Marvin Sams has trained over 1000 children and adults with a wide variety of neurological, psychological, and psychiatric problems with Neurofeedback, either personally or under his direct supervision.
Unique training protocols
Tens of thousands of EEG data analyses and Neurofeedback sessions have allowed Dr. Marvin Sams to develop a keen understanding of the nature and intricacies of neurological and psychological issues. This, in turn, has led to the design and development of targeted, highly efficient Neurofeedback training protocols.
Due to his technical background, Dr. Marvin Sams has also been able to establish the synergistic benefit of complementary technologies to enhance the Neurofeedback process. Over the years, Dr. Marvin Sams has researched and added Heart Rate Variability (breathing) training, Audio-Visual Entrainment (rhythmic light and sound) with proprietary protocols created by Dr. Marvin Sams, and Transcranial DC Stimulation. These synergistic technologies are scientifically proven to add efficiency and depth to the Neurofeedback process. This advance would not have been possible were it not been for Dr. Marvin Sams' unique understanding of the brain and his extensive technical, clinical, and research experiences.
To track progress at the Sams Center, an EEG analysis is done every session...