About Us

Mission Statement: Making The Invisible, Visible

Neuroedge Centers utilizes the development and implementation of neurofeedback for proprietary, high performance assessment, training and recovery systems. Neuroedge provides a window into an athletes’ brain and physiology. Neuroedge utilizes state of the art cognitive, physiological, balance, visuo-spatial, cloud based analytics and reaction time training technologies for injury prevention, concussion assessment, rehabilitation and performance optimization.

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Dr. Michael D. Mark, (JD, PsyD, BCN)

Dr. Mark received his BA from UCLA in International Relations and his Juris Doctorate from Southwestern University. Prior to founding NeuroEdge Centers, he founded Elite Sports Performance, LLC, which was created to provide assessment and rehabilitation for top athletes in the fields of injury treatment and prevention, sports concussion and optimal performance.

Dr. Mark, for over 10 years was the President of Executive Business Management, Inc., a prestigious full-service entertainment management company located in Beverly Hills, CA. He served as chief operating officer managing 60+ employees, and personally advised and counseled 100+ clients, including film studio senior executives, producers, actors, directors and writers.

Dr. Mark also served as a professional sports lawyer and player representative, representing numerous players in the NHL and NBA. Dr. Mark also maintains an active clinical neurophysiology practice, and is board certified in Neurofeedback and an Associate Fellow of the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. He has specialized since 1995 in both peripheral and EEG biofeedback training, with an emphasis on sports concussion and traumatic brain injury acute clinical assessment, rehabilitation and return-to-play programming and elite level performance optimization.

Dr Mark has, since 2015, served as clinical research coordinator of Quietmind Foundation’s west coast offices where he oversees ongoing clinical trials involving the application of home-based photobiomodulation and EEG  biofeedback training in the treatment of neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric disorders.

Dr. Mark has been an invited speaker at conferences in the US, Europe and the Middle East. Dr. Mark holds several memberships, including the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, the International Society for Neurofeedback Research and the Association for Applied Sport Psychology.

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Audrey Hill-Lindsay, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist, CA: PSY22270, NY: 020483

Audrey Hill-Lindsay, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, licensed in California and New York, who specializes in health psychology, biofeedback and neurofeedback with an undergraduate degree in Biopsychology. Prior to collaborating with Dr. Mark at NeuroEdge Centers, she began integrating biofeedback and neurofeedback into treatment plans for rehabilitation and performance at Elite Sports Performance, LLC. Dr. Hill-Lindsay was a competitive gymnast growing up, allowing her to be familiar with the pressures of sports performance, injury prevention and traumatic brain injuries (concussions).

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News

Overlapping Symptoms Across Diagnoses

Visually verify symptoms. Treat symptoms at the activation sites. Optimize, revive, and rebuild brain functioning (neuronal connections, power, and activity levels).

Mayo Clinic Validates Rapid Concussion Testing

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Obama visit to BNA

Visually verify symptoms. Treat symptoms at the activation sites. Optimize, revive, and rebuild brain functioning (neuronal connections, power, and activity levels).

Brain Network Activation (BNA)

Visually verify symptoms. Treat symptoms at the activation sites. Optimize, revive, and rebuild brain functioning (neuronal connections, power, and activity levels).

ADD/ADHD & Neurofeedback Explained

Visually verify symptoms. Treat symptoms at the activation sites. Optimize, revive, and rebuild brain functioning (neuronal connections, power, and activity levels).

Peer Reviewed Articles

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Brain Injury: Neurofeedback has Positive Effects on Quality of Life

Journal of Psychology-India

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ADHD: Neurofeedback Superior to Cognitive Training

​​Journal of Pediatrics

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PTSD: Neurofeedback Tunes Key Brain Networks

Science Daily

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Improvement of Mood Associated with Improved Brain Injury

Mayo Clinic

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A Drug-Free Treatment Alternative: Neurofeedback (EEG Biofeedback)

PsychCentral

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Asperger’s & ADHD: Attention and IQ increase (15-Year Study)

National Institute of Health

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OCD: Neurofeedback More Effective than Standard Treatments  (Double-Blind Study)

Neuropsychobiology

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Neurofeedback Enhances Optimal Performance in Athletes

American Board of Sports Psychology

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Two-way brain-gut interactions may worsen outcome after TBI

Traumatic brain injury causes intestinal damage, study shows