David Dubin, MD

David Dubin, MD

Dr. Dubin graduated from The University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey and then completed a residency in emergency medicine. He subsequently worked as an Associate Clinical Professor of Outpatient Medicine at the prestigious Boston University. After a career of more than ten years in emergency medicine, Dr. Dubin founded Cambridge Medical Consultants, providing occupational and environmental medicine consulting to hospitals and corporations.

Dr. Dubin’s extensive background in contemplative psychotherapy and Buddhist meditation over the past 25 years has contributed to his interest in the brain/mind interface.  Disenchanted with treating patients primarily with medication, he researched neurofeedback and found significant improvement in his own brain physiology.  Dr. Dubin started treating patients and saw rapid, meaningful and often dramatic results.  Equally remarkable, he found these changes to be enduring.

His experience echoed recent research in neuroplasticity demonstrating new possibilities for growth and change within the brain. Dr. Dubin decided to dedicate his career exclusively to the practice of HPN - High Performance Neurofeedack.  He founded The Dubin Clinic in West LA, where uses HPN to treat adults, adolescents, and children.

Dr. Dubin Is currently involved in two studies, one treating former NFL players with post concussion syndrome and a second at the University of California, San Diego treating former Marines with traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder.

HPN is an emerging technology that feeds information from the brain back to the brain. It allows the brain to get out of frozen, stuck patterns and reorganize itself, like rebooting a frozen computer. HPN High Performance Neurofeedback treats a wide range of disorders involving brain and brainwave function. 

Dr. Dubin can successfully treat:

•    Substance Abuse

•    Depression

•    Anxiety (including panic attacks and social anxiety)

•    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

•    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD

•    Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

•    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and its lingering effects.

•    Autism (specifically the associated problems of outburst, rage, anxiety)