What is QEEG Brain Mapping?
QEEG (quantitative electroencephalography) brain mapping is done by measuring 19 channels of EEG for 10 minutes of eyes open and 10 minutes of eyes closed at rest. This recorded data is analyzed and can then be used as requested. It is sometimes recorded to get a baseline of what normal is for a person, or it can be used to include in a data-driven report that includes a therapeutic training program.
Who is QEEG Brain Mapping for?
QEEG brain mapping is suggested for everyone to get as a baseline. This is especially important in sports. It can also be helpful for doctors in making medication choices. Most people do not go for an EEG recording unless they have a problem such as seizures, sleep problems, a change in the level of consciousness, or a concussion. If you are looking to begin training with low-level stimulation and or biofeedback, an EEG gives both the baseline and a map to follow while training.
What is CNSvs?
CNSvs (central nervous system vital signs) is a computerized normative neurocognitive testing that can be taken in less than an hour either remotely or in person. This can be done as a screening or as a serial measure to assess the progress of training.
Who is CNSvs for?
The test is sensitive for ADD-AD/HD, mild cognitive impairment, early dementia, multiple sclerosis, sleep, depression, chemo-brain, mTBI-concussion.
What is PEMF therapy?
PEMF stands for pulsed electro-magnetic field therapy. PEMF uses frequencies to support the body and brain when it is depleted or imbalanced. It is a passive therapy and is used as a stand-alone therapy or in conjunction with biofeedback.
Who is PEMF therapy for?
PEMF is very useful to help decrease the stress from inflammatory conditions, chronic constipation, and pain as well as metabolic imbalances where there is over-arousal or under-arousal. PEMF is impactful in helping calm someone’s nervous system without the need for trying or efforting. PEMF is also administered to alleviate the stress after stroke or concussion.
What is tDCS/tACS/tRNS therapy?
tDCS/tACS/tRNS (transcranial direct current stimulation/ transcranial alternating current stimulation/ transcranial random noise stimulation). This therapy is simplified as tES standing for transcranial electrical stimulation.
Who is tDCS/tACS/tRNS therapy for?
Using the EEG brain maps generated during the assessment, tES has utility in relieving the stress of depression, insomnia, and pain including headaches or migraines. The method of stimulation is passive for the client and can decrease anxiety as well as neuroplasticity.
What is Near-Infrared Stimulation therapy?
Near-Infrared Stimulation is photobiomodulation. It can be delivered through a ‘photon stimulator’ wand and also through the Biomat which is a whole-body infrared therapy device.
Who is Near-Infrared Stimulation therapy for?
Near-infrared light gives energy to the mitochondria. This can aid in healing after getting wounded or after surgery, recovery after working out, and with neuropathy.
What is HRV Biofeedback?
HRV (heart-rate variability) biofeedback uses a sensor at the ear or the finger and sometimes a sensor around the chest or abdomen to measure respiration. Real-time feedback about one’s balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system is measured and modulated through coherent breathing. The feedback is presented on a screen via a graph or a game.
Who is HRV Biofeedback for?
Those with low resilience can benefit from increased recovery from stressful situations. This technique can facilitate mindfulness and is easily learned and practiced outside of the clinic.
What is HEG Biofeedback?
HEG (hemo-encephalography) biofeedback uses a passive infra-red sensor at the forehead that measures activation of the brain’s metabolic processes. The client is rewarded with a movie they chose to watch playing as long as they keep their frontal lobes activated.
Who is HEG Biofeedback for?
Clients with impulsivity and issues concentrating benefit from this training. Clients with the executive functioning disorder are able to enter into their days and begin getting to tasks. This improvement can be seen in clients suffering from the stress from a mild concussion, trauma, and ADHD.
What is EEG Biofeedback?
EEG (electroencephalography) biofeedback refers to training the electrical activity of the brain towards increased adaptation and ability.
Who is EEG Biofeedback for?
EEG biofeedback is useful for training the brain towards being calm and alert, sustaining attention when needed, and improving memory and creativity. It can also strengthen one’s ability to transition more easily between states of consciousness.
Psycho Sensory Motor Integration
What is Havening?
Havening is a psycho-sensory process for clearing anxiety, fear, phobias, and trauma. It requires no electrodes or sensors and can be done in a single session as a stand-alone therapy or in conjunction with other modalities.
Who is Havening for?
Havening is well used for people with somatic symptoms. Most people can benefit from this intervention if it resonates with their beliefs.
What is Reflex Integration?
Reflex Integration is a process that helps a reflex arc to connect and communicate to allow the requests of the nervous system to be carried out.
Who is Reflex Integration for?
Reflex integration is used with people who have aggressive behavior, autism, dyslexia, genetic disorders, trauma, prolonged or chronic stress, and non-genetic disease.