Brain Mapping

What is it?

Brain mapping was introduced over 30 years ago as a way to measure and diagnose brain function. It is considered the primary tool in neuroscience. QEEG’s or brain maps are being used in centers all around the world to study ADHD, autism, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, anxiety, learning disabilities, and many more disorders.

Road Map

At the Brain and Wellness Center, we utilize the brain map as a “road map” which helps us see where the problems are and then we use our expertise and many years of experience to find an appropriate solution.

Brain mapping can be used to:

  • Diagnose
  • Determine Appropriate Treatment
  • Assess Improvement in Some Individuals

We focus on finding the best treatment for every individual and the map is a tool we can utilize in that process.