SCIENCE BASED SOLUTIONS – FOR CLINICIANS
After decades of research and clinical application Tiger Neuroscience has a physician-based mental health assessment and treatment system for Addiction centers and primary care practices.
The Tiger team believes the best place for the application of our proven protocols is in the hands of a trained clinician. The Tiger Process brings the Autonomic Nervous System into balance, like training wheels. With practice, your brain learns and re-regulates itself resulting in healthy pattern. By the end of the process, your brain and by extension, your Autonomic Nervous System, is balancing on its own — like riding a bicycle.
Specifically, The Tiger Process uses Neurofeedback to provide visual cues and rewards to train the brain. When brain waves are in the optimal range, it gets a reward — a movie plays onscreen. When your brain wanders out of range, the movie stops or changes in a way the brain doesn’t like.
In this way, your brain’s neuroplasticity — its ability to change itself — produces improvements in mood, attention, learning, and more. Naturally, pain-free, and without drugs.
New medical benefits of The Tiger Process are being discovered. To learn if it can potentially help you, ask your medical professional for more information.
THE 3-STEP TIGER PROCESS
Then, you receive a customized treatment plan and schedule of Tiger sessions. Each session trains the brain to change itself. As the brain changes, thoughts and behaviors change, too — for the better.
Finally, we evaluate progress. Dramatic gains in mood and behavior are common. Individuals leave the program better able to regulate mind and body. . .with lasting clarity and confidence.
FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
The Tiger program is designed for use in clinical environments, such as primary care physician offices, neurology specialty practices, and psychology practices. The program is most effective in the hands of trained, credentialed health professionals. To learn more about this drug-free treatment for your patients — and to speak with a Tiger Neuroscience representative — click here.