"WellBrain's mindfulness exercises helped me recover from a painful shoulder injury so that I can get back to doing what I love most."
‐ Garrett McNamara, professional big wave surfer & world record holder for largest wave ever surfed- using WellBrain after flying off a 50 foot wave at Mavericks
It's measurable mindfulness with monk power.
It all started in Northern India where for nearly a year we lived and studied and collected the brainwaves of meditating Tibetan monks. Later using machine-learning computers to evaluate the data, we produced a unique mindfulness algorithm which blends with a revolutionary bio-feedback tool to help people gain more focus, calm and clarity. Returning a year later to Tibet, the Chief Medical Officer of the Dalai Lama thought WellBrain was an effective tool for their monks who were persecuted by torture. We realized that if it could help the monks, then it could help people and patients around the world.
Use our evidence-based treatment to help your patients relax and improve their mental well-being. Help diagnose and quantify psychological illness. Teach mindfulness based therapies in your office, and recommend home based mindfulness-based treatments to enhance and empower your patients.
WellBrain represents a paradigm shift in the assessment and treatment of patients with chronic pain, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and other mental health disorders. Help your patients. Help your practice. Help mankind.
Mindfulness training is very well-researched and positively impacts multiple medical and mental health conditions. Many disease and mental health states have been shown to be favorably affected by routine mindfulness. The process is risk free and has no harmful side effects.
Recent studies have shown that when behavioral interventions are made in the doctors office, they are much more likely to be effective over the short and long term.
WellBrain allows you to immediately introduce patients to a very effective and proven therapy in your office and subsequently promotes a home-based treatment solution with our individualized WellBrain at Home solution.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research
Ruth A. Baer, University of Kentucky
Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D.
“WellBrain helped me manage my pain better than years of opiates and surgeries combined. Their meditations saved my life.”
‐ Tony Bullocks
We are a physician created and managed company that cares about patient outcomes.
Our team has incomparable expertise and experience in the industry. Our doctors are Harvard, Stanford, and Mayo Clinic trained, all who completed accredited fellowships and are board certified in Pain Medicine. We have worked in clinics around the world trying to make people better. Over 50 years of collective experience has taught us what can make real patients better.
Our former Buddhist monk and Chief Zen Officer has taught mindfulness to thousands of clients and is responsible for our proprietary therapeutic treatment content.
Good will promotes good business. Our mission supports spreading the use of mindfulness for chronic illnesses across the country and across the world. That's why we donate new WellBrain “mindfulness stations” for use in disadvantaged community clinics, in unique centers such as monasteries and correctional facilities, and to the Armed Forces Wounded Warrior Project.
April 19, 2016
“Everyone in pain wants to get better.”
Those words from Dr. Ruben Kalra , a San Francisco Bay Area pain physician whose practice reaches about 25,000 patients every year.
He thinks practicing mindfulness needs to be a bigger part of how physicians treat chronic pain.
April 19, 2016
Despite over 100 million Americans suffering from chronic pain, and medical costs associated with chronic pain climbing beyond $600 billion dollars per year, the penetration of low-cost mindfulness therapies into chronic pain populations has been limited. A false preconception among health care providers is that patients with chronic pain are only interested in opiate therapy, which can be accompanied by significant side effects, increased pain sensitivity and even death.
April 24, 2016
A new pain medication is causing a paradigm shift in the medical world. It's called 'mindfulness'. No, it's not another pill with undesired side effects. It's simply the mental habit of purposely paying attention in the present moment without judgment.
February 18, 2016
The benefits of mindfulness meditation, increasingly popular in recent years, are supposed to be many: reduced stress and risk for various diseases, improved well-being, a rewired brain. But the experimental bases to support these claims have been few.
March 15, 2016
Opioids are commonly prescribed for pain. An estimated 20% of patients presenting to physician offices with noncancer pain symptoms or pain-related diagnoses (including acute and chronic pain) receive an opioid prescription.
May 26, 2015
Sara Lazar, a neuroscientist at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, was one of the first scientists to take the anecdotal claims about the benefits of meditation and mindfulness and test them in brain scans. What she found surprised her – that meditating can literally change your brain. She explains:
November 12, 2015
According to a new study, mindfulness meditation exhibited even stronger physical pain reductions than morphine, says the study's lead investigator
Open any magazine (this one, for example) and you'll find that mindfulness has gone mainstream.You'll also notice there are studies that purport to show meditation's benefits on just about everything, from kids' math scores and migraine length to HIV management and bouncing back after a crisis. Now, an elaborate new forthcoming study looks at how the brains of meditators respond to pain, to be published in the Journal of Neuroscience.
December 28, 2015
When was the last time you sat quietly at your desk and did nothing but think? How would you react if you observed a peer, employee, or manager doing so? Encouraging employees to slow down to focus on the present can seem at odds with a corporate culture of speed and goal attainment. But in today's hyper-paced work environment, mindfulness practitioners know the importance of recharging in order to regain productivity.