menu

Treatments : Diagnostics

Quantitative EEG

A painless, non-invasive way to map brain function in real time. Nineteen sensors are placed on the surface of the head and brain wave activity is recorded over each area. Like a thermometer that records temperature but does not impact the body, brain mapping does nothing more than record information necessary for accurate diagnosis and treatment. It will detect if any area of the brain is malfunctioning or misfiring.     LEARN MORE >>

Genetic Assay

Through a cheek swab, the physician is provided with existing and new information to help them better understand your biochemistry. The results are then used to help guide their choice of possible medication for optimal treatment by cutting down on the “trial and error” period that typically is associated with prescribing medication. These benefits can often result in a reduction in healthcare expenditures and a marked increase in patient quality of life.  LEARN MORE >>

Cognitive Testing

Psychometrics, or “Neurocognitive Assessments”, are simply aptitude tests to gauge the level at which your brain functions under certain circumstances. Specifically, some medical conditions that can be evaluated using neurocognitive testing, include: Memory loss, Attention Deficit Disorders, Depression, and brain injuries. Additionally, it can shed some light on whether the Doctor needs to adjust your medication.   LEARN MORE >>

Bio Stress Test

While the QEEG is monitoring your brain circuitry, we are also monitoring your biological parameters (heart rate, pulse and breathing rate). This allows us to track not only your neurological patterns, but also your physiological response while under emotional stress. LEARN MORE >>

Clinical Interview

The clinical interview is conducted at the client’s first visit. This is an integral part of our assessment and is used to gather background information as well as gauge where our clients are, emotionally.  The focus of the interview is to learn more about the client and form initial thoughts about their psychological state. Learning about past experiences will provide insight into how you are currently functioning in your daily life. Often times, past trauma or learned destructive paradigms can greatly impact how we perceive our reality later in life. The clinical interview, paired with our other diagnostic methods, enables us to develop a treatment plan that is most effective.