qEEG, LENS and NeuroField Information
We are pleased to announce that we now offer the following treatment modalities!
qEEG - A qualitative EEG is a brain mapping procedure that allows us to see how well the brain is functioning in terms of brain wave states, the connections between different areas and how well they are communicating, how much energy each area of the brain is using, as well as detailed information about deeper brain structures and different neural networks of the brain. This procedure involves putting on a snug cap that is covered with sensors. Each sensor site is filled with a thin gel to create connectivity and then we are able to read and record brain activity. The information collected will then form the basis of a treatment plan. Data collected during a qEEG is also compared to a normative database, so we can then compare each person to reports of other people of the same age and gender to get a sense of individual functioning.
LENS Neurofeedback - LENS is a low-energy system that helps to modify and train the brain how to respond in a more optimal fashion. It is unique it that it doesn't require conscious or more active training like more traditional neurofeedback. To learn more about this system, please click here.
NeuroField - NeuroField is a magnetic coil system that directs specific frequencies into different areas of the brain. It is very useful for a variety of issues and involves putting on a snug cap while the coils are held in place with Velcro. This system is also very helpful for body-located issues, such as gastrointestinal issues or pain. For more information, please click here
Neurofeedback has been successfully used to help improve symptoms related to ADD, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, concussion/MTBI, traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke, anxiety, depression, sleeping disturbances, migraines and headaches, memory and concentration issues, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), emotional disturbances, seizures, learning and reading difficulties, psychiatric conditions, addiction, fibromyalgia, mood disorders, OCD, chronic fatigue syndrome, sensory processing disorders and speech difficulties.
To book an initial appointment, please call our office at (519) 630-1654.