Michael Joyce has completed two studies using the DAVID systems to treat ADD/ADHD. His first study involved 30 primary school children from two schools (which was published in the Journal of Neurotherapy) and his second study included 204 children from seven schools, which he completed while he was the Director of Neurotechnology at A Chance to Grow, a special-needs charter school in Minneapolis.
Both studies showed that ADD behaviours were reduced significantly and reading improved with AVE. Michael used the DAVID’s unique patented field stimulation ability to generate a different frequency in each hemisphere of the brain. With this technique and a Symptom Survey checklist developed by Michael, he was able to create DAVID sessions that could stimulate or calm the left, right or both hemispheres depending on the symptoms checked off by the child’s parents.
Over time, Michael has refined and developed these sessions based on the checklist to produce benefits in specific areas. Now, all of this expertise has been put into the DAVID ALERT Pro.
ADD/ADHD rarely occurs in isolation and often exists with other conditions including depression, oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, learning disabilities, anxiety disorders, and other significant psychological, psychiatric, and neurological problems.
There are roughly 102 CES studies addressing these issues. There are also CES studies showing boosts in IQ and attention.
See Dave’s Research Article #13 on CES for additional information.
The ALERT Pro includes 100 Hz CES available with any session, and features larger easy-to-read, easy-to-operate buttons and allows users to select a session very easily.
For night use, buttons are raised to make session selection much easier.
EACH DAVID ALERT Pro COMES COMPLETE WITH:
- Tru-Vu OmniscreenTM Eyesets and Carry Case
- Quality Stereo Headphones
- Stereo Patch Cord
- CES Earclip Stimulus Cable
- DAVID Carry Bag
- 9-Volt Alkaline Battery
- AC Adapter
- Comprehensive Operator’s Manual
- User’s Guide with Symptom Survey Checklist