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New Hampshire Neurotherapy and Rehabilitation

Sarah clement mot, Ba, ot/L

What We Offer

NHNT offers one-on-one neurofeedback and occupational therapy services for a wide range of ages, diagnoses and symptoms in the comfort of your own home.

Do you want to know what your brain is thinking? Neurotherapy, also referred to as neurofeedback training is a non-invasive, pain free, real-time display of brain activity via computer that aids in self-regulation and re-organization or "training" of the brain. The treatment protocol is individualized and based on each person's unique qEEG brain map detailing areas of concern that could be leading to challenges with sleep, aggression, attention, depression and other abnormal patterns of brain activity.

Electroencephalography also know as EEG has been practiced since 1929 and is the gold standard of epileptic diagnostics. Neurofeedback is used in conjunction with other therapies, modalities and/or lifestyle modifications to enact changes in behavior and increase blood flow and decrease inflammation to damaged areas of the brain.

What is neurofeedback?

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sensors are placed on the scalp in targeted areas determined by your unique eeg brain map


vision, hearing, and sometimes vibration are used via computer to assist with training your brain to adapt to the optimal frequency


a brain map is obtained before and after your course of treatment which details areas of improvement and further challenges to address

Areas of Interest

  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
  • Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS)
  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)
  • Functional Neurological Disorder (FND)
  • Lyme
  • CVA
  • TBI
  • Addiction

Occupational Therapy Services

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Occupational Therapy Assessment and Treatment

Self-care skills such as bathing, dressing, and grooming

Upper extremity dysfunction including strength and range of motion

Cognitive assessment and training for older adults


Motor-planning & coordination

Fine motor skills

Sensory processing and Proprioception

Outdoor nature-based therapy with kids

Functional real life task focus with adults

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about sarah

Sarah has been an Occupational Therapist for 13 years and works in a variety of settings. Her areas of expertise include complex medical units, skilled nursing facilities and home care. She has extensive experience working with the community, one on one with individuals, as well as traveling to private residences providing services for psychosocial and physical challenges.

Sarah discovered neurofeedback after a lengthy illness with Lyme disease, she was left searching for alternatives to the current traditional medical paradigm. Her training under Pamela Blodgett at Brain Training of New England, has allowed her to work with ages ranging from early childhood to advanced adulthood.

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