When you suffer from insomnia, your mental and physical health are both impacted. Everybody struggles with a lack of adequate sleep from time to time. This is normal, and your body should recover in a short period once you catch up on your sleep. Sleep is one of the pillars of good health. It’s a basic need, just like breathing, eating, and drinking. Sleep helps your brain to work properly. It helps you to pay attention, learn, and make good decisions. It also indicates the kind of mood you will be in and your ability to cope with stress. Chronic insomnia is different and can have long-term adverse effects on both your mental and physical health. According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), 70 million people in the U.S. suffer from this condition. Additionally, a survey by the … [Read more...] about MeRT for Chronic Insomnia
To better serve our patients in the northern suburbs of Dallas, we are opening a second Brain Treatment Center in Plano! Dr. Spencer O. Miller wants to bring the miraculous technology of MeRT to as many people who could use its potential benefits as possible. To that end, a new clinic is being opened in Plano. We are excited to open the new location and hope that having more locations will make your experience with us more convenient for you and your family. We are thrilled to now offer the use of MeRT technology to Plano and surrounding areas. Our Plano clinic is located within the Baylor Scott and White Medical Center in Pavilion II. The address is: Brain Treatment Center Plano 4716 Alliance Blvd., Suite 270 Plano, TX 75093 469-217-6474 Come find us or reach out to get started … [Read more...] about New Clinic Opening in Plano!
Where? Sewell Infinity 7110 Lemmon Avenue Dallas, TX 75209 When? Saturday, December 3rd, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm What? Families are invited to sign up for a sensory-friendly visit and pictures with Santa! The cost is donation only. This includes a 10-minute visit with Santa, a printed photograph, an a link to a digital file to be sent via email to each family. Families should plan to arrive five minutes before their session time. Sewell will have a private location for us in addition to dedicated parking spaces to make it seamless! Please secure your time in advance on our website! … [Read more...] about You’re Invited! Please Join Us for a Sensory-Friendly Visit with Santa
Dr. Spencer O. Miller, owner, and physician here at The Brain Treatment Center Dallas was interviewed by Dr. Stephen Newhart of Vigor Active, on his "Economy Fitness" podcast regarding the benefits of MeRT treatment! When Dr. Miller was approached by Dr. Newhart to be a guest on his show, he was thrilled to share more information about MeRT, which stands for Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy, and to discuss its benefits that he has seen first hand with the hundreds of patients that he has seen in his Dallas, Texas clinic. Dr. Spencer O. Miller and Dr. Newhart discuss how physical fitness and brain health go hand in hand, and how important it is to keep both the body and the brain optimized for optimal health and quality of life. Non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical treatment is available … [Read more...] about Dr. Spencer O. Miller Podcast
Spencer Miller, MD, and The Brain Treatment Center Dallas are proud to introduce Kristen Elliott, Clinical NeuroFeedback Director, and the newest member of our staff! Kristen brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and skill to our clinic, and we are excited to have her leading the way for our NeuroFeedback patients! Kristen Elliott, MA, BCPCC, BCN, IM-C is Board-certified in NeuroFeedback. She is our Neurofeedback Clinical Director here at the Brain Treatment Center Dallas. She is also a brain health coach. Kristen received her degree in psychology at Colorado State University in 2007, and her master's degree in counseling from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2011. Before arriving at The Brain Treatment Center Dallas, Kristen was at a private practice in Fort Worth for … [Read more...] about Welcome Kristen Elliott, NeuroFeedback Director, to the Brain Treatment Center Dallas!
The Brain Treatment Center - Dallas is Now Offering NeuroFeedback! Do you or your child suffer from ADHD? Are you tired of taking medication to manage this condition? NeuroFeedback is a treatment modality for ADHD patients wanting an alternative treatment other than medications! Neurofeedback is a way of training an individual’s brain waves to respond to their own unique brain wave activity by the use of biofeedback. It addresses ADHD by moderating the brain waves, thus alleviating symptoms of both hyperactivity and attention deficit disorder. What makes this treatment so effective is that is unique to each individual and their brain wave patterns. Patients will undergo a qEEG, or “brain mapping” session before beginning their treatment so that the treatment is tailored specifically to … [Read more...] about Neurofeedback and ADHD
Thanks to all of our patients for having confidence in the care that we provide and for all of your referrals! We have outgrown our current office space and are moving locations to a larger and beautiful space with ample free parking! We will begin seeing patients at our new location effective Monday, February 1st. Our new address is 7001 Preston Road, Suite 404, Dallas, TX 75205. We are located north of downtown Dallas on the southwest intersection of Lovers Lane and Preston Road in a 4-story building that faces Preston Road. While there is very limited street parking in front of the building, there is a parking garage on the left side of the building. To get to the garage, if you are traveling north on Preston Road, take a right on Hyer Street, immediately after passing the building. … [Read more...] about The Brain Treatment Center – Dallas is Moving!
We are nine months in to the COVID-19 pandemic and every news source is reporting unprecedented spikes of cases in the United States. This begs the questions: Is there ever going to be an end in sight? Will life ever return to “normal?” Yes, things will eventually get better, but it's likely going to take a long while. Even if you are mentally healthy, just watching the news can invoke feelings of anxiety and depression. Other events in 2020 have also contributed to the chaos. Divisiveness and upheaval also dominate the news. 2020 has been like nothing we’ve ever seen before in our lifetimes, and mental health conditions are on the rise. People who already struggle with mental health are noticing worsening symptoms as well. Many things have contributed to this, including: Lack of … [Read more...] about Depression and Other Mental Health Conditions Amidst the Pandemic