qEEG / Brain Map
A qEEG (quantitative electroencypholgram) or brain map is a 19-channel recording of the electrical activity of the brain. It is examined to identify problem areas in the brain that are potentially contributing to an individuals's symptoms.
Interactive Metronome® (IM) is an evidence-based assessment and training tool that measures and improves Neurotiming, or the synchronization of neural impulses, within key brain networks for cognitive, communicative, sensory and motor performance.
Neurofeedback uses operant conditioning to train the brain by providing auditory or visual feedback as a reward to increase the production of healthy brainwave patterns and connectivity.
Neurofeedback used alone is effective; however, we use a combination of neurostimulation and neurofeedback to move the brain in a healthier direction at a more rapid pace.
Neurostimulation helps to retrain brainwave patterns (like amplitude and connectivity) by using an individualized blend of pulsed Electromagnetic Field stimulation (pEMF), transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS), transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS), or transcranial Random Noise Stimulation (tRNS).
These methods can help improve blood flow and the growth of new blood vessels and capillaries, as well as neurogenesis (the generation of new dendrites and neuronal connections).