Our Dean Heeds Harvard's Invitation
Fisher-Wallace Device Promising for Students
by Denise Fountainbleau, Class of 2012
Our Dean Emeritus, Dr. Ron Bernard (68), never tires of trying to assist Linda Christas Academy students to get ahead.
The FDA Approved Fisher-Wallace Transcranial Electrostimulation Device
In tracking the Dean during his first week using the device, he reports a much clearer mind (He was pretty good before.).
He told me that his reading speed has increased substantially. (He was faster than I am before, and I am at the top of my class in that category.)
Dr. Bernard is conducting this experiment in consultation with a medical doctor trained in the use of the Fisher-Wallace device. All Linda Christas students worldwide will have the same benefit of medical backup just in case it is needed, although the device is very safe.
It passes a low level current through the brain which serves, according to Harvard, to strengthen the neurons of the brain so that they can perform a lot better.
Dr. Ron Bernard, Dean Emeritus
In addition, it seems that his production of cortisol, the brain's anxiety/worry/depression producer, is way down, since the Dean reports a much more positive outlook regarding literally everything. He says that things he viewed as problems before, he now tends to look at as opportunities. (I'm going to have to get one of these.)
The Fisher-Wallace device is FDA approved, and, in the U.S., one needs a health professional with an appropriate license to obtain one. In other countries, such as France, one can purchase the device without such health professional involvement.
I for one am happy that any Linda Christas student anywhere in the world will have medical professional support. Linda Christas Academy has arranged for such backup not only because it makes sense, but also as a responsible acknowledgement of U.S. Federal authority.
We will check back with the Dean periodically to determine if these reported benefits continue. You, our reading audience, will be the first to know about any significant new developments.
In the meantime, anyone interested in reading the Harvard University study can write to me here at the Academy, and I will be sure to get the information to you. -- Editor 2012 Academy Web Site, Denise Fountainbleau, Class of 2012