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defrauding clients

expensive bullshit
quack medicine imprecisely applying poorly constructed headgear of magnets to head to "train" the brain out of genetic flaws, psychological disorders, disease, or malady. To peruse a list of OUTRAGEOUS claims of "cures" by neurotherapy interweb browse to hxxp://neurotherapy.us or hxxp://eeginfo.com (with an interweb browser linkification extension one may double click non-hyperlinked munged URLs to load. For best interweb use free AdBlock extension in browser)

Can magnetic fields cure genetic defects, dysfunction, or disease? FUCK NO, but that's what proponents of neurotherapy would have you believe. Expect to pay several hundred dollars per session. Unsurprisingly many many sessions will be required. Similarly unsurprising: insurance companies do not cover fraudulent-science so you will be paying out of pocket.

If you could instantly think your way out of disease or will changes to your DNA medicine would be obsolescent quickly. OBVIOUSLY neurotherapy is fraud. Charging for neurotherapy is a heinous moral crime.

Any doctor offering it under his shingle risks losing his license, the privilege or practicing medicine. REPORT these trustfuckers to their state medical board if they sell this "medical" procedure in their office especially if the neurotherapist is not a doctor.
by neurotherapy is fraud January 22, 2013
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quack medicine imprecisely applying poorly constructed headgear of magnets to head to "train" the brain out of genetic flaws. To peruse a list of OUTRAGEOUS claims of "cures" by neurotherapy interweb browse to hxxp://eeginfo.com (with an interweb browser linkification extension one may double click non-hyperlinked munged URLs to load). These tricky motherfuckers con some into believing it's biofeedback by relabeling it 'eeg biofeedback'.

Can magnetic fields cure genetic defects? FUCK NO, but that's what proponents of neurotherapy would have you believe. Expect to pay several hundred dollars per session. Unsurprisingly many many sessions will be "required". Similarly unsurprising: insurance companies do not cover fraudulent-science so you will be paying out of pocket. Any doctor advocating this "therapy" is deeply morally compromised: find a better doctor.

If you could instantly think your way out of disease or will changes to your DNA medicine would be obsolescent quickly. OBVIOUSLY neurotherapy is fraud. Charging for neurotherapy is a heinous moral crime. Any doctor offering it under his shingle risks losing his license, the privilege of practicing medicine.

Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, The Biofeedback Certification International Alliance, and International Society for Neurofeedback and Research are professional scammers selling false hope
by neurotherapy is fraud January 22, 2013
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