Training Workshops 2018

Date: Oct 4 - 7, 2018

Place: Philadelphia, PA

Conference: Northeast Region Biofeedback Society conference

Dave Siever is speaking at the Northeast Region Biofeedback Society conference.

- Friday, Oct 5, 8:30 am – 10 am “TBI and Thalamocortical Disconnect, its Relation to Alzheimer’s

  and How to Treat It with Audio-Visual Entrainment”

- Saturday, Oct 6, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm “The Wonders of Electrostimulation: Two little Wires-and Presto”

 

Date: Oct 18 - 21, 2018.

Place: Glendale, Arizona

Conference: ISNR 26th Annual Conference

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - All Pre-Con Workshops are scheduled 8:00am - 5:30pm

Includes Continental Breakfast, two 15-minute breaks & hour break for lunch on own (Additional fees apply)

PCW 7 Stimulation Technologies - Audio-visual Entrainment, Cranio-electro Stimulation

and transcranial DC Stimulation - Physiology and Clinical Outcomes; Dave Siever

Friday, October 19, 2018 - All Workshops are scheduled 3:30pm - 6:30pm  (Additional fees apply) 

WS 13 The Power of Audio-visual Entrainment: Why it’s a Must for Every Practice Level: Intermediate

Dave Siever; Becky Bassham; John LeMay

 

Date: Nov 2, 2018

Place: San Francisco

Conference: WABN conference

Dave Siever is speaking at the Western Association for Biofeedback & Neuroscience Conference.

Friday, 4 hour workshop 1:00-5:00.

Workshop on Stimulation Technologies: Audio-Visual Stimulation, Cranio-Electro Stimulation

and transcranial DC Stimulation

Saturday, Nov 3, 2108 1:40 - 3:10

Presentation on Concussion, TBI, its Relation to Alzheimer’s/Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy

and its Treatment With Audio-Visual Stimulation 

   

- 6 pm - Dave will also be participating in a panel

"Toward the integration of personal use with therapist-guided and medical applications of

self-regulation technologies. Changing roles in the healthcare economy.” 

 

Previous Training this year: We presented new findings about how Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) helps resolve concussion symptoms. Prevalent in falls, motor-vehicle accidents, sports injuries (and even fever), diffuse axonal interruptions/injuries (DAI) are the most prevalent brain injuries today. Brain regions far outside the site of injury are affected and these neurons may be taken off-line. A DAI typically involves the white matter between the neurons and the thalamus. This disconnect impairs cognition, emotional stability and sleep. As a result, proteins build up in the brain which eventually leads to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in athletes and Alzheimer's in others.

Medicine typically uses MRI to diagnose concussion. However, true concussion is caused by a disconnect in the loop between the thalamus and the cortex, and furthermore, the circuits are usually intact - just offline. Medicine should use electroencephalography (EEG) tracing and quantified EEG (qEEG) as a means of detecting concussion. Once the physiology of concussion is understood, its signature on EEG jumps out like a hot potato.

Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) is a technique which utilizes flashing lights and pulsing tones to guide the brain into various states of consciousness. However, recently, it was found out that AVE can be used to jump-start the brain from a concussion in about 15 minutes at which the concussed person quickly feels an increase in mental sharpness, emotion control and improved sleep.

In 1984, Dave designed his first Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) device - the "Digital Audio-Visual Integration Device" or DAVID 1. Since that time, through his company, Mind Alive Inc., Dave continues to research and refine AVE technology specifically for use in relaxation, boosting academic and sports performance and treating anxiety, depression, PMS, ADD/ADHD, FMS, SAD, pain, cognitive decline and insomnia.

AVE and Diffuse Axonal Injuries Research Article

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