Patient Testimonials

I did not want to simply disappear after the remarkable treatment you two have provided. When I compare my present energy and outlook to when I first came to you. I am overwhelmed by the positive changes in spite of a debilitating accident. My medications for depression are down by about half and my mood and energy are up there where a human-being’s ought to be! At 87, I am launching a new program to help people realize more of their creative potential. It has a way to go, but it promises to be the best thing I have ever done! I am forever grateful to you, Anita, for your knowledge and skill in deciding how to wire me up, and to you, David, for all the remarkable information you passed on as you treated me. What a wonderful pair you are! With Warmest best wishes for you in your new adventure, G

Debilitating accident..

We couldn't have said this better ourselves, and are thrilled to share this adorable letter one of our patients wrote to their "HMO".  "Dear HMO, I am very sad, please help me. I do not want to stop going to Dr. Myer. I do not want to see my mommy cry. I like Dr. Myer. She helps me a lot. And I don't get yelled at in school. I don't need special reading anymore. Please help me to keep being good!!!! M" **note the brain waves drawn at the bottom :)

Testimonial from a child

"Sorry it took so long to follow up with you, busy summer and all. Just wanted to thank you so much for getting me in your office and seeing me every day. I just wanted to say within one week after the neurofeedback, my OCD disappeared completely. I am so much calmer and relaxed and I have not felt this good in a very long time, I’m much happier and no more depressions either. Well have a great rest of the summer. Thank you Anita and David !!!!!!"

OCD Treatment Testimonial

Mild closed head injury in sports is a major problem today, particularly among young people.  In many high impact sports' injuries, the symptoms of mild concussion are often not recognized. Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are classified into three categories:  mild, moderate and severe.  The categorization is based on the Glasgow Coma Scale (CGS) which indicates state of consciousness, eyes opening and motor responses. Mild closed head injuries are also referred to as concussive injuries.  They may occur on the playground or falling off a bicycle as well as during sports. In a mild brain injury, an individual may lose consciousness for only a moment or not at all.  Aggressive body contact in some sports and the practice of using the head to hit the ball in some sports is contributing to this growing problem, in girls as well as boys.  Statistics from a 2005 NCAA injury report on comparisons of game injuries by gender revealed that in soccer females had a higher concussion than males.  The following year in a 2006 NCAA Report of Concussion Rates, many traditional high school sports such as football, lacrosse and ice hockey were at the top of the list for potential concussion. Some of the symptoms of a mild concussive injury include dizziness, headache, nausea, blurred vision and confusion.  Coaches may observe the more obvious symptoms such as loss of consciousness, difficulty with balance, disorientation or memory loss.  Often, however, the symptoms of ...

Anita K. Myer, Ed.D, BCIA-EEG has been selected for inclusion in the Trademark Women of Distinction Honors Edition       "Woburn, Massachusetts, May 3, 2017 Anita K. Myer, Ed.D, BCIA-EEG, Owner of Boston Neurofeedback Center has been selected for inclusion in the forthcoming Trademark Women of Distinction Honors Edition for demonstrating dedication, leadership, and professional excellence. Her compassion and expertise set the standard in the industry. She has truly dedicated herself to her profession. There is humility and personal touch she adds to her relationship with everyone she does business with,k more than the value of her service it's her way of treating everyone like an extended member of the family that people remember the most. As a talented disciplined professional she has maintained a proven track record of quality service, driven by her desire to succeed.       During the vetting process it was noted along with her exceptional reputation that she has also maintained a positive peer rating. Her years of service along with her level of expertise and several other factors also contributed to her inclusion. she prides herself on honesty and integrity. she is the kind of professional admired by her colleagues and peers alike. Her kindness and willingness to always help others and find solutions to most questions is both exemplary and honorable. She has made her mark on her profession as an expert and will become part of history as one the top professionals in her field"



As a young boy, my grandson was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Bipolar disorder. He was hospitalized at least twice a year from the age of six until he was eleven years old. He was placed in private schools because he was unable to function in a public school After a severe bout of depression and another hospitalization, he was put on Lithium. This cause kidney, thyroid, and liver shutdown.  At that point, I had had it with meds. After searching on the computer, I came across Boston Neurofeedback. I called them and made an appointment. Dr. Myer and David Myer did a brain mapping and the question about his bipolar diagnosis began. During neurofeedback  treatment, Dr. Myer noticed something about his sleep pattern and suggested a sleep study for pediatric obstructive sleep disorder. Sleep apnea in children can cause mood swings.My 300 pound grandson did have sleep apnea. Later, it was determined that he had problems with his adenoids and one enlarged tonsil. That was his so-called "bipolar." Today my grandson is medication free and has lost all of his excess weight. He has had no hospitalizations since he has been off his meds. In fact, there is no bipolar! If it weren't for Dr. Myer and David, he would have led a disastrous life. Instead, he is a normal,  happy kid.