Hey everyone, I'm speaking with a neurofeedback therapy (NFBT) clinician / researcher who runs a well regarded clinic in Los Angeles. I'm interested in neurofeedback because I understand it's benefited some with ME/CFS, and that qEEG scans can sometimes pick up characteristic abnormalities in ME/CFS patients. I've seen both positive, neutral and negative results from NFBT reported on PR. Cort also had a story a while back on someone who used NFBT (along with other treatments) to achieve full remission. My hope is that NFBT can rebalance any limbic / autonomic dysfunction that has occurred and in turn correct downstream hormonal and metabolic aberrations. My more modest hope is that NFBT can ameliorate some of the anxiety and depression I've been experiencing as a result of this condition. I also have some concern that NFBT might cause further systemic dysfunction. Questions I have so far. Let me know if there's anything else that would be useful. Given the fluctuating nature of ME/CFS is a single qEEG reliable as an ongoing treatment guide? Dr Byron Hyde uses SPECT scans to diagnose ME/CFS. His findings show hypoperfusion similar to SPECT scans of children with autism (as seen in the work of Dr. Michael Goldberg). Given NFBT's effectiveness in the treatment of autism, might a SPECT scan be helpful to guide treatment? And can the results of a SPECT be compared against those of a qEEG? Is it possible that abnormalities in my brain are a protective response to a systemic derangement, and that trying to correct them could cause further problems? I understand that NFBT actively trains the brain, and thus requires the depletion cellular energy. Given that I likely have mitochondrial impairment, are there any special adjustments the practitioner should make to my protocol? Can NFBT treat the limbic system? Specifically the pituitary and amygdala? Thanks!