QEEG Brain Map Assessments

Quantitive EEG ( Electroencephalogram) is a non-invasive assessment that collects electrical activity from different structures of the brain. By placing 19 electrodes in different brain regions (known as Bradman sites), it is possible to record frequency rhythms generated by cortical mechanisms inside the brain. 

This EGG technology collects readings of frequency rhythms in the following ranges: Delta 0-3 Hz, Theta 4-7 Hz, Alpha 8-11 Hz, SMR 12-15 Hz, Beta 15-18 Hz, High Beta 22-36 Hz and Gamma 36-45 Hz. This information is compared to a normative database that can reveal possible abnormalities in the distribution of frequencies. The comparison allows the neurotherapist to better understand the client's brain connectivity and to support them by establishing protocols to achieve the client's individual learning goals. The analysis also provides a baseline to assess progress over time. 

ERP's (Event related potentials) have been defined by brain potentials associated with information flow in cortical areas evoked by some event, stimulus or

 Hz, Beta 15-18 Hz, High Beta 22-36 Hz and Gamma 36-45 Hz. This information is compared to a normative database that can reveal possible abnormalities in the distribution of frequencies. The comparison allows the neurotherapist to better understand the client's brain connectivity and to support them by establishing protocols to achieve the client's individual learning goals. The analysis also provides a baseline to assess progress over time.