My name is Stephen Dolle and I am the owner/author of this DolleCommunications blog. I am an mHealth inventor, neuroscientist, and drum circle facilitator. Prior to 1992, I had worked as a nuclear medicine technologist and had operated my own company Certified Nuclear Imaging since 1982. My music and sports coaching background has helped me excel at Afro-Cuban percussion and drum circle facilitation.
In 1997, I designed and patented the DiaCeph Test mHealth method for hydrocephalus. And today, I provide hydrocephalus monitoring consults to patients all over the world.
On this blog, I write about mobile apps for hydrocephalus, mHealth, brain health, and drumming for the brain. This includes in depth blogs on sensory processing disorder (SPD), cognitive accessibility-usability, and the brain science of basketball.
One of my most popular blogs is on using the Elecont eWeather HD app to help manage migraine headache, where I give away FREE Google promo codes from the developer. A $4.95 value.
In the workplace, I put on drumming workshops for teambuilding, team sports, and health disorders with an emphasis in neurological and brain health, including drumming for addiction, and drumming therapy/occupational medicine.
You will find my supporting blogs linked here under workplace, basketball, football, sensory processing disorder, integrative medicine & healing, and drumming therapy.
You will be very pleased with the depth of service I bring an organization. Please also see my Dolle Communications web site for more information.
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I don’t think you ever contacted me for an ACCESS CODE for a FREE Android download of the eWeather HD app. Here is my blog and information on how to obtain a FREE Android download. http://wp.me/poW1N-5s
An impressive share! I’ve just forwarded this onto a coworker who was conducting a little research on this. And he actually bought me breakfast simply because I discovered it for him… lol. So allow me to reword this…. Thank YOU for the meal!! But yeah, thanx for spending some time to discuss this topic here on your site.
Your awesome work definitely needs way more attention, worldwide!
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Some people have asked about devices that they can use themselves at home. It is not something that I would decide on lightly. Neurofeedback providers are cautioned to be careful when working with clients even if they are trained and experienced. It would make sense that an untrained layperson should be even more careful when working on their own brain or the brain of a family member. Not that they are invasively working on the brain as with surgery. They are rather working on the brain through training changes in the electrical impulses that allow the neurons to communicate and make things happen in the brain. This is very important stuff and you don’t want to make mistakes with it if you can avoid doing so.
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