The emergence of the field of Neuroplasticity has changed the way Neurologists and Neuro-scientists think about recovery to a brain injury. Norman Doidge in his landmark book: The Brain that Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science (2007), has provided us with a readable and inspiring account of the new science of Neuroplasticity. The case studies are remarkable and bring hope to the notion that brain injuries are not permanent. Neurofeedback is playing a key role in helping those with injured brains, from accidents or strokes, regain some or all of their lost functions. Watch a video that describes the neurofeedback process.