What is an EEG?
An electroencephalogram (EEG) measures electrical patterns of the brain. These patterns reflect cortical activity and are commonly known as brainwaves. We use quantitative EEG (q-EEG), also referred to as brain mapping, and an electrocardiogram (EKG) which maps the electrical activity of the heart, to further understand an individual's brain activity.
An EEG reflects the current metabolic and attention state of the brain, changing according to consciousness, alertness, and neurological state. Obtaining an EEG recording is painless and non-invasive, and takes about 20 minutes.
As every EEG is unique and tied to the individual, we're able to customize our approach to therapy with the goal of delivering the best results.