Why Neurofeedback is the future of Modern Science

Neurocore Brain Performance Centers were founded in 2004. Specializing in providing data-driven assessments with regards to EEG and qEEG brain activity, their mission is to use such data to improve mental acuity while managing mental disorders originating in abnormal EEG activity. Electroencephalography, or, EEG for short, is a monitoring method that records electrical activity in the brain. Using electrodes that are placed along the scalp, or, sometimes directly on the brain, Electroencephalography monitors and records the electrical activity of neurons. Over the fourteen years, Neurocore has been in operation, it has become a national authority within the medical industry; developing new technologies which have radical implications in first-line treatment options for varying degrees of mental issues like ADHD, depression, and anxiety.

One technique Neurocore has developed to treat mental issues like depression or anxiety is known as Neurofeedback. Essentially, Neurofeedback is based on principles which, in retrospect, are pretty simple. Basically, what makes this technique so effective is that it provides a way for clinicians to retrain someone’s brain using subconscious reward systems; thereby creating changes at an unconscious level without interference from the conscious area of the mind.

At Neurocore, the assessment phase of this treatment option is conducted using a belt placed around the patient’s waist allowing staff to monitor breathing. Along with this, a device similar to a swimming cap is placed on the patients head containing sensors which pick up on the various frequencies naturally occurring inside the brain. Monitoring these brainwaves grants Neurocore staff insights into how a patient is feeling in real time. Where Neurofeedback begins taking place is when the patient watches a movie while their brainwave activity is monitored by staff using such devices.

As the movie is playing, the patient’s job is to keep their breathing, heart rate and focus in harmony, allowing better quality breaths and increased oxygen flow to the bloodstream and brain. The purpose of this exercise is for the patient to find their ‘sweet spot’ where more oxygen is flowing to vital organs, allowing them to work at greater efficiency without the need for medications. If the patient goes out of their allocated threshold, the movie stops playing until a harmonious state is once again reached. Over time, both patient and Neurocore staff are granted invaluable insights into the unconscious mechanisms responsible for breaks in breathing patterns and focus that keep the movie playing. Using the data gathered from these sessions’ grants staff and patient’s with invaluable information concerning what stimuli triggers changes in their physiological states, thereby opening the door for change.

Although many of Neurocore’s techniques are still experimental, they provide opportunities for patients and clinicians to gain invaluable insight into the inner workings of the mind. Such insights promise new forms of treatment which are not only more effective in treating varying degrees of mental issues, but also make changes on an unconscious level, preventing conscious sabotage by the patient.

Gareth Henry’s Bold Move to Support the LGBTQ Community

Outspoken gay badminton player Gareth Henry has dedicated his life to helping members of the LGBTQ community in his home country Jamaica. According to him, he has lost 13 friends who were killed in Jamaica for being gay. Currently, Jamaica has criminalized same-sex relationships, leaving those who are involved in this practice liable to arrest and even death. His commitment towards this cause is drawn from his own experience of being harassed because of his sexuality.

Gareth Henry has been an activist for the gay community from his young age. At one point, he was the co-chairperson of the Jamaica Forum of Lesbians, All-Sexuals, and Gays (J-FLAG). Now 39 years old, Henry helps people report anti-gay harassment to the police. Despite what could be seen as a humanitarian act by some people, his advocacy has landed him in trouble sometimes. At one point, Gareth said he was almost killed by the police and mob in Jamaica. This threat to his life forced him to seek asylum in Canada where he now lives as a refugee.

The LGBTQ community in Jamaica is living in fear because there are no laws to protect them. Gareth Henry uses his position as a volunteer in the Rainbow Railroad organization to help people who are being persecuted for being gay in their countries. The organization relocates people across the world using the Underground Railroad. His work so far has seen him witness horrific moments of people trying to hide from the wrath of their communities. Gareth Henry says some of the people he has helped to relocate were at one point forced to live in the sewers because they were being hunted down.

So far, Gareth Henry has assisted 60 refugees through the Rainbow Railroad most of who were of Jamaican origin. He now lives in Toronto with Gareth Henry’s fiancée who is also a refugee from Jamaica. His family has since joined him in Canada after they were targeted for supporting him. His work now aims at providing safety for the LGBTQ community who need a haven.

InnovaCare succeeds under Penelope Kokkinides and Rick Shinto

InnovaCare Health is a competitive company that has been providing quality services across North America. It is an organization that is known by many people for its managed care and provision of best services. The industry has been enhanced in Puerto Rico, and they have introduced various innovative services such as better payment systems and enhanced care for patients. The organization is led by two individuals who have a proven track record, and they have been offering services to ensure things are running smoothly. Rick Shinto and Penelope Kokkinides are two executives who have been providing exceptional leadership at the company because they have been working in the industry for many years they have what it takes to achieve success. Rick serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the company while Penelope Kokkinides is the Chief Administrative officer.




Improvement of healthcare services




The primary goal of InnovaCare is to offer improved health services to its patients. That is why they have joined the Learning and Action Network (LAN). It is a private partnership with the primary aim of provision of payment system that is enhanced and improves the health sector in the United States. The payment model they provide is aimed at strengthening the quality and quantity of services. The organization has been supporting this mission because they want to accelerate and transform the payment models which translate to excellent services. InnovaCare is committed when it comes to achieving the goals of LAN. They believe the advanced payment system is the best in the delivery of services.




To ensure the improvement of healthcare experience of their clients, InnovaCare has been offering Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicaid. They provide the best and quality services leading to an excellent performance in the industry. They have two significant contracts which include Medicare Mucho and Medicare Choice. The management team at the company led by Rick Shinto and Kokkinides believe in success.




Penelope Kokkinides has been influential in the sector and has even met with Donald Trump whereby they discussed various issues affecting the healthcare sector. According to bizjournals.com, when she met Trump at White House, she addressed the increased funding in the industry. Puerto Rico has significantly benefitted from this funding. She said there is the need for increased payment to cater for improvement of delivery of healthcare services. Kokkinides pointed out that it is essential for women to be involved in the healthcare sector. She thinks if women are included in the implementation and development of healthcare models, then the industry will improve. Follow on Penelope on Twitter.