The Globe and Mail published an article in June of 2017 detailing the positive effects of neurofeedback on some ex-NHL players in Calgary. Read the entire article here!
There was a time when his eyes and brain were at odds with one another. He would try reading a book and found he couldn’t follow the words beyond four pages or even remember what he had just read. He was perpetually tired. He needed help. So Dennis Polonich, the former Detroit Red Wings forward who decades earlier was left broken and bloodied on the ice after being smashed in the face with an opponent’s stick, ended up walking into Stuart Donaldson’s Myosymmetries Clinic in Calgary – for biofeedback and psychological services.Article in The Globe and Mail by Allan Maki