Brain mapping (QEEG)

The quantitative electroencephalography or Brain mapping (qEEG) are performed prior to Neurofeedback treatment in order to detect those areas where there are brain waves imbalances which can be due to various pathologies. The qEEG helps identify abnormal patterns of brain waves through the comparison (in a data base) with people of the same gender and age who do not have symptoms. Once the brain mapping has been analysed, a specific individualized protocol is selected.

The Brain mapping procedure is non-invasive, and no electrical current is delivered to the brain. . The procedure involves placing a 19-sensors hat with small electrodes on the patient’s head, which measures measures the brain’s electrical patterns. Information about the effectiveness of the communication between the different parts of the brain is collected.

This evolution procedure allows us to scientifically and objectively determine the wave patterns of each patient and thus determines a specific strategy for the improvement and balance of the neural activity.

The Brain mapping procedure is non-invasive, and no electrical current is delivered to the brain. The procedure involves placing a 19-sensors hat with small electrodes on the patient’s head, which will measure the brain’s electrical patterns. Information about the effectiveness of the communication between the different parts of the brain is collected.

This evolution procedure allows us to scientifically and objectively determine the waves patterns of each patient and thus to determine a specific strategy for the improvement and balance of the neural activity.

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