Neurotherapy is biofeedback for the brain. It was first used to treat epilepsy in the 1970's then applied to ADHD children in the 1980's. Today neurotherapy is used for many clinical conditions such as: anxiety, depression, trauma, concussion, learning disabilities, and autism.
Key to successful neurotherapy treatment is the the QEEG which produces colorful brain maps. These maps reveal where the brain is not functioning optimally. More specifically, the maps identify brain networks which need tuning. The patient comes with a troublesome symptom and through testing, the brain maps reveal where the symptom is coming from and what specific treatment is needed.
Neurotherapy is non-invasive and gentle, a gradual tuning of the brain networks. Surgery would not be a good analogy but dental braces would be - the change is accomplished over weeks rather than suddenly.