Treatments : Diagnostics

Quantitative EEG

This is an example of a typical brain scan.

QEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram) or Brain Mapping is an essential diagnostic procedure used in evaluating ADD/ADHD, Autism, Learning Disorders, Anxiety, and Depression. It tells us if the symptoms are neurologically based. If neurologically caused, there is a high probability of treatment success using Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation.

Nineteen sensors are placed on the surface of the head and brain wave activity is recorded over each area. This procedure is noninvasive and painless. Like a thermometer that records temperature but does not impact the body, the Brainmap does nothing more than record information necessary for accurate diagnosis and treatment.

The Brain Mapping will detect if any area of the brain is malfunctioning or misfiring. The patient’s Brainmap is processed and compared to a normative database.

This video shows the brain in a neutral state.

This video shows the brain when the patient is recalling a traumatic experience.