“Astounded by the progress…”

Our 6 year old was not learning like other kids in school. We saw Dr JoJo at Asheville Brain Training for a brain scan and learned there were frontal lobe issues related to inflammation and were given an individualized nuerofeedback plan. The twice weekly sessions have made a huge impact! His writing improved, number and letter recognition improved, he learned faster and retained longer. His drawings now look like what he intends to draw. He is so thankful his brain is working much better thanks to these fun and pain free treatments. We are astounded by the progress and highly recommend Asheville Brain Training!

— Trish Hickling Beckman

“A fantastic experience…”

“Neurofeedback works.”

We brought our son to Dr. Yonce thinking he was developing ADD. His initial brain mapping showed he did not have ADD, but had received a concussion while playing football. JJ started Neurofeedback and in about 10 sessions, he made a huge jump. He became quick-witted, focused, and his grades improved.  One evening on the way home from an event, he started asking about the theory of relativity. My husband asked him where he had heard about it. He said, “nowhere, I was just wondering”.  At his second brain map, there were no signs of a concussion. JJ kept improving in his school work. He even made a perfect score on a science exam after missing almost two weeks of class due to illness. His teacher sent a note home saying she would not be sending any makeup work since he made 100 on the test. Neurofeedback works!

— Lisa Calloway

Dr. JoJo is a caring and compassionate professional. He is committed to integrity with his clients and works for their best interests. Highly recommend.

— James Colvin

“Highly recommend.”

I went to JoJo because others had raved about his work. I wanted a boost in memory and focus and I got it! It took a minute for me to understand how this treatment works, but then it really makes sense once you begin the process. I highly recommend, and JoJo makes the experience very comfortable!

— Gino Tucillo