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MONTREAL, March 27, 2015 /CNW Telbec/ - Neuroperforma specialists generated amazing interests at SPORTEL AMERICA in Miami last week. They made the trip from Canada and met with legends Lennox Lewis and "Raging Bull" Jake La Motta as well as equestrian superstars from the new FEI World Cup, lady Beezie Madden and Hannah Selleck and members from the NFL.
Famous decision makers in the sports industry as well as Laurent Puons, CEO of SPORTEL MONACO MEDIAX, were enthused to meet and discuss with brain performance experts that actually use advanced neurofeedback techniques to enhance brain activity and reactivate certain brain circuits that may have been damaged as a result of traumatic brain injuries.
Interviewed on site, Francine Therrien, Ph. D., clinical director at Neuroperforma, explained the latest technological advancements in the field: "With the latest quantitative electroencephalography technologies, we are now able to see with great precision the changes in cerebral activity following a head impact. We can establish links between symptoms and areas of the brain that were affected, whether it is loss of memory, emotional instability or concentration and attention problems, among others. But the best news is that we can now re-establish cerebral activity with neurofeedback training techniques. And as we reactivate specific brain areas, symptoms disappear and performance increases.
The presence of Neuroperforma at SPORTEL AMERICA was made possible by Alexandre Choko, author and publisher of The Future of Boxing book, who was recently at SPORTEL MONACO with iconic Mike Tyson. Choko, a former fighter himself, has been training with Neuroperforma and experiencing great results: "I am really enthusiast to know that an effective treatment exists for athletes that suffered traumatic brain injuries or simply want to enhance their mental performance".
Neuroperforma is a leader in brain performance and concussion treatment. Neuroperforma uses the most advanced brain analysis and brain training technologies, in synergy with the latest scientific breakthroughs. They attract professional athletes from all over the world, as well as business leaders.
Image with caption: "Ring boxing legend “Raging Bull” Jake LaMotta, Francine Therrien, Ph.D. clinical director at Neuroperforma, Lennox Lewis, 1988 olympic gold medalist and former undisputed heavyweight world champion boxer and Rock Therrien, president of Neuroperforma. (CNW Group/Neuroperforma)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20150327_C8076_PHOTO_EN_13638.jpg
For further information: Martine-Renée Delage, Neuroperforma, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.neuroperforma.com, 450-445-1010