Cerebra TurboBrain program is a revolutionary, patented, purely technology-based, non-invasive modality to successfully resolve Autism, ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Cerebral Palsy, Depression, Schizophrenia, Traumatic Brain Injury, etc., based on the principle of enhanced Cerebral Blood Flow


Clinical Applications

Prefrontal Cortex

The prefrontal cortex is extremely well developed in humans. It also undergoes the greatest amount of postnatal development. There are two main portions of this cortex, the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPC; mostly areas 9 and 10) and the orbitomedial prefrontal cortex (especially areas 11 and 12). The DLPC is primarily involved in executive functions. These include working memory, judgment, planning, sequencing of activity, abstract reasoning and dividing attention. The orbitomedial prefrontal cortex is involved in impulse control, personality, reactivity to the surroundings and mood. A particular area, the anterior cingulate gyrus (areas 24 and 25; subcallosal and subgenual regions) appears to be most associated with mood (particularly depression and mania). While laterality is not as well recognized in the prefrontal cortex as it is in language, there does appear to be some laterality, with lesions of the dominant cortex tending to produce depression and, of the nondominant hemisphere tending to produce mania.

The first and most striking example of frontal lobe functions came from description of the results of lesion of the orbital and medial prefrontal cortex in a railway construction supervisor, Phineas Gage whose frontal lobes were destroyed by a tamping rod that passed vertically through his skull primarily damaging the orbitomedial frontal regions bilaterally. The description of his subsequent behavior by Harlow in 1868 remains a classic:

“The equilibrium or balance, so to speak, between his intellectual faculties and animal propensities, seems to have been destroyed. He is fitful, irreverent, indulging at times in the grossest profanity (which was not previously his custom) manifesting but little deference for his fellows, impatient of restraint or advice when it conflicts with his desires, at times pertinaciously obstinate, yet capricious and vacillating, devising many plans of future operation, which no sooner arranged than they are abandoned… in this regard his mind was radically changed, so decidedly that is friends and acquaintances said that he was ‘no longer Gage.”

The frontal lobes connect to all other cortical regions through association fibers. It receives particularly strong input from limbic cortex, amygdala and septal nuclei, areas involved in emotional responses. Patients with lesions in this area are often referred to as having a changed personality.

Source: Review of Clinical and Functional Neuroscience – Swenson

Clinical Applications

It is evident through numerous brain scanning studies that due to poor blood flow (hypoperfusion), activation in prefrontal cortex is not optimal in the people who suffer from the following disorders:

Today, thousands of individuals who have benefited from Increased Cerebral Blood Flow therapy, experience the benefits of a healthier, faster, better brain. The Clinical Applications TurboBrain program is a successful tool for the treatment of many neuropsychological conditions involving the self-regulation of cortical activity.

Improvement in cognitive acuity often referred to as I.Q., as well as increased success in social skill integration is associated with brain exercise. Today, anyone can exercise their grey cells by using Cerebra TurboBrain – and voluntarily control their cerebral blood flow Exercise is easy, simple and as real as the ground we stand on. It is an effective, non-intrusive and drugless way of assessing and treating disordered cerebral functions. Due to an attractive and entertaining means of feedback, it enjoys high compliance from patients, be it children or adults.

There is an extensive body of scientific research done on this technology. Click here to read studies on Autism, Attention Deficit order(ADD/ADHD)


(See section on Scientific Research, “Why Does Neurofeedback Work”)

Benefits You Can Gain:

  • Reduce or even eliminate the need for medication
  • Increase your sense of self-efficacy and improves self-control
  • Strengthen attention, focus, learning and memory
  • Gain control over impulses, emotions and behavior
  • Improved ability to block out distractions
  • Better appetite and sleeping habits
  • Manage head injuries, seizures and migraine

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