Chronic pain is often times more than just a sensation in the body. Over time, chronic pain contributes to brain dysregulation in the form of changes in mood, memory, focus, sleep quality, and motivation. Brain mapping has clearly revealed a brain basis for chronic pain and conditions that are not easily or fully treated with medical and physical treatment may benefit from neurofeedback. The most common conditions to be seen are migraine/headache, fibromyalgia. Sometimes atypical pain conditions (reflex sympathetic dystrophy, etc.) can be helped as well on a case by case basis. Neurofeedback is typically an “add-on” treatment for chronic pain, rather than replacing a medically indicated treatment.