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A Case of Inattentive Tourette Syndrome Patient with Side Neurofeedback Treatment
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 Title & Authors
A Case of Inattentive Tourette Syndrome Patient with Side Neurofeedback Treatment
Chun, Young-Ho; Kim, Bo-Kyung;
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 Abstract
We have cared for a 13years old boy, who has Tourette Syndrome and symptoms of vocal tic and motor tic for 5years, since 9months ago. We have treated him with korean herb medicine, 8-constitution acupuncture, Chimsband, Neurofeedback, EFT therapy. After taking treatment, his YGTSS score was down to 38 from 119, and his tic symtoms altered for the better. We think korean herb medicine had a powerful effect and Neurofeedback was effective. Especially, SMR Beta Training of all programs of Neurofeedback was effective and well-directed. The EFT program helped him improved also, but it need much of time to apply. When we evaluated the condition of patient who was under the Cans 3000, we could not find any relationship between tic symtoms and Cans 3000. When we treat Tourette Syndrome, having the patience is important at a distance of time. Because Tourette Syndrome is a kind of unstable symptoms, so we would not care to predict what the result will be in a brief space of time.
 Keywords
Tic disorder;Neurofeedback;Tourette Syndrome;inattentiveness;
 Language
Korean
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