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Brain Mapping / Stim Therapy

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This form of assessment provides the roadmap that all training follows.

-Brain Map/ QEEG 1 session (1 hour session)

-Followed up by 15 stim sessions (3 times a week for 5 weeks, 60 min sessions)

-Rebrain Map to check client progress (1 hour session)

Brain Map Process
The brain mapping process entails placing a cap with 20 electrodes onto the head of the participant and injecting gel into the electrodes. Then, we use the electrodes to pick up microvolts of electrical potentials generated by the brain, which show up as brainwaves (looks like squiggles).

 

We then interpret the squiggles in their raw form, as well as run them through many types of digitized filters (i.e. different software), that breaks them into their respective components and brainwave bandwidths of Delta (0-4 Hz), theta (5-8 Hz), alpha (9-12 Hz), low beta (13-16 Hz), mid beta (17-25Hz), hi beta (26-40Hz), and gamma (41-70Hz).
 

With this data and the use of different databases of hundreds of others’ EEGs, we are able to determine where the individual is different from the norm—for better or for worse. We are able to look not only at the brainwaves, but also the relationship of the brainwaves to one another, the symmetry of the brain, the stability of the brainwave relationships, and the areas where the brain might be generating problematic signals, manifesting in problematic symptoms and behaviors.

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Stim Therapy

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Neurotherapy can help with:
  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • TBI/Concussion

  • Learning disabilities

  • Peak Performance

  • Developmental Delays

  • Managing High Stress

How does neuromodulation work?


In neuromodulation, we are retraining the pathological brainwave patterns (like amplitude and connectivity) by using a customized blend of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field stimulation (pEMF), transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS), transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS), or transcranial Random Noise Stimulation (tRNS) in order to influence the brain in the direction appropriate for the condition at hand.

 

Neurostimulation leads to increased blood flow, the growth of new blood vessels and capillaries, and neurogenesis (the generation of new dendrites and neuronal
connections).

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Sara Wood, LPC-S - Owner

Children, Teens, Adults

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Monika Burzynska-Mason, M.Ed

Children, Teens, Adults

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Andrea Sierra, MSW

Children, Teens, Adults

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Julie Held, M.Ed

Children, Teens, Adults

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Kylie Stickel, MSW

Children, Teens, Adults

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Heidi

Clinic Manager and Head Stim Technician

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Katelin

Stim Technician

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Alisa

Stim Technician

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Carolin

Stim Technician

Sara Wood, LPC-S - Owner

Children, Teens, Adults

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