qEEG Brainmapping

qEEG Brainmapping

qEEG Brainmapping

Neurotherapy & Biofeedback
Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG) Brain Mapping is a procedure that records electrical activity that is produced from the brain by sensors attached to a cap, placed on the head. This procedure is supported by evidence-based research. This tool is utilized to measure the speed and processing efficiency of neuronal brain functioning and can be used to evaluate a person’s brainwaves. This evaluation serves as a basis for identifying fluctuations in brain functioning that are associated with different types of psychoneurological disorders such as; Attention Deficit Disorder, Autism, Learning Disabilities, Depression, Dementia, Mild Head Injury, Addictions, and Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder.

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