We use state of the art 3D imaging to determine what part of the brain is overactive and or underactive. We figure this out by using a normative database. A normative database is a database of thousands of EEGs that have been recorded from people that do not have any physical or mental symptoms. We then take the information from the database and compare the electrical activity to yours. From there we determine outliers (whether parts of the brain are overactive or underactive). After we have determined where to focus on training or entrainment, we target those areas. There are multiple ways we can do that.
Play video games using your actual brain waves as a remote, controlling the game itself.
Compares your personalized qEEG with a database norm. In turn, this tells us which areas might be responsible for specific issues.
Compares a frequency band with other frequency bands. Then, in turn, translates into total power of different bands and areas of the brain.
Shows us the power of each electrode site. Sometimes it can also be helpful to show us where head injuries may have occurred.
This refers to the connectivity between different parts of the brain, and how parts of the brain are communicating with each other.
Tells us how fast the brain is communicating at specific sites of the brain.