We understand. Chronic pain is not just "in your head" and seeking treatment is not weakness.
Findings suggest that many people experience reductions in pain and improvements in cognitive capacities. Neurofeedback is able to balance the brain waves and diminish the amount of activity concentrated too much in one specified area. Anyone suffering from pain has a concentration of too much electrical activity in one place.
With balanced brain electrical activity, the brainwaves are not concentrated only in one area and thereby the pain sensation is reduced. By learning self-regulation through neurofeedback, a person is more likely to determine what their brain waves are focusing on and where, allowing them to ease the sensitivity to their pain. Neurofeedback therapy is highly effective for anyone suffering from chronic pain.