Brain Mapping

What is Brain Mapping?

(QEEG) Brain Mapping is a non-invasive method used to analyze the electrical activity of the brain.

Electrodes are gently placed on the scalp to measure and record the brain's electrical signals. These signals are then processed and analyzed to create a visual representation, or map, of the brain's activity. This mapping technique reveals how different regions of the brain are functioning and communicating with each other.

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What are the benefits?

What's the difference between Thermography and Mammogram?

Firstly, it helps in understanding the functioning of the brain in a detailed and objective manner. By analyzing the brainwaves and identifying patterns, it allows healthcare professionals to gain insights into various brain functions such as attention, memory, emotional regulation, and cognitive processing.

Secondly, Brain Mapping can help uncover potential issues or abnormalities in brain activity. It can identify areas of overactivity or underactivity, which may indicate dysfunction or imbalances. This information is crucial for developing an individualized neurofeedback treatment plan that targets specific areas of the brain and addresses the underlying causes of the dysfunction.

Additionally, Brain Mapping can be used to monitor the progress of treatment interventions. By comparing follow-up maps with baseline maps, our staff can assess the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions and make adjustments as needed. This allows for personalized treatment plans that can be tailored to each individual's needs.

Who’s a good candidate?

Brain Mapping is beneficial for a wide range of individuals. It can be used for both children and adults who may be experiencing various neurological or psychological conditions. This includes individuals with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorder, anxiety, depression, traumatic brain injuries, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other cognitive or emotional challenges.

It is also useful for athletes or individuals seeking to enhance their cognitive performance, as it can identify areas of the brain that may benefit from targeted training and neurofeedback. Furthermore, Brain Mapping can be used as a preventive tool to assess brain health and identify potential risks or vulnerabilities before symptoms manifest.

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The Process

Thermal Imaging

Our practitioner will spend time going over your information to ensure your health concerns are heard and understood. She will then take your picture with our thermal camera. This process is painless, private, and only takes about 10 minutes.

Medical Review

Our practitioner will spend time going over your information to ensure your health concerns are heard and understood. She will then take your picture with our thermal camera. This process is painless, private, and only takes about 10 minutes.

Wellness Plan and Referrals

With this information, we can create a wellness plan using clinically proven methods to address each area of concern. We also work with a large network of practitioners in the Tulsa area as trusted referral sources for additional treatment options if needed.

What science says about Brain Mapping

The science behind (QEEG) Brain Mapping is well-established and supported by extensive research. Numerous studies have shown its effectiveness in identifying brain abnormalities and guiding targeted interventions. It has been widely used in clinical settings to assess and treat various neurological and psychological conditions.

The use of (QEEG) Brain Mapping in combination with neurofeedback, a technique that utilizes real-time feedback to train the brain's activity, has shown promising results in improving brain function and alleviating symptoms in conditions such as ADHD, anxiety,  traumatic brain injuries, and much more.

Relevant Links:

Quantitative EEG (QEEG) Analysis of Emotional Interaction between Abusers and Victims in Intimate Partner Violence: A Pilot Study
The Cuban Human Brain Mapping Project, a young and middle age population-based EEG, MRI, and cognition dataset
QEEG- BRAIN MAPPING - A biomarker to predict MCI/ Dementia.
Amen Clinics: QEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram)

What We Offer

Woman's Health Check Thermography

Pictures taken: head, neck, breast, thyroid, stomach, reproductive organs, and back.

Can help identify: hormonal imbalance, breast disease, digestive issues, dental inflammation, thyroid dysfunction, lymphatic congestion, adrenal fatigue, reproductive organ inflammation, autonomic nervous system dysfunction, and more.

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Breast Thermography

Pictures taken: breasts, back, and armpit area.

Can help identify: physiological changes often accompanying breast diseases such as cancer, fibrocystic disease, infection, lymphatic congestion, or vascular disease.

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Full Body Thermography

Pictures taken: head, neck, breast/chest, abdomen, back, legs, hands, and feet.

Can help identify: soft tissue injuries, and sensory/autonomic nerve fiber dysfunction, pathology in the vascular, muscular, neural, and skeletal systems. As well as breast disease, digestive issues, lymphatic congestion, adrenal fatigue, dental inflammation, and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Brain Mapping
Does Neurofeedback change personality?

No. Neurofeedback does not change personality. Personality is the expression of many genetic factors, along with the environment that shapes it. Many clients are concerned because the drugs prescribed to children and adults sometimes seem to “change their personality.” This falls under the category of a drug side effect which is not permanent but is bothersome. This is not the case with Neurofeedback. In fact, we believe that Neurofeedback helps children and adults become more of who they really are without the interference of troublesome symptoms of brain dis-regulation and drug-related side effects.

Do you offer flexible payment options?

Yes, we do offer payment plans. Please speak with our office staff regarding the options available. We offer a discount when payment is made in full for 25 sessions. We also partner with Care Credit. Care Credit provides 0% interest for 18 months. Call 1(800) 365-8295 to qualify. The non-discounted rate applies when Care Credit is utilized.

Does insurance cover the cost of Neurofeedback Therapy?

Because Neurofeedback Therapy has been developed more recently, many insurance companies are only now beginning to recognize it. We do not offer direct billing, but some of our clients have been able to get partial reimbursements or deductible credits from their insurance companies. To find out if your insurance company will reimburse any of your expenses, contact your insurance company about Neurofeedback Services. Give them the billing code 90901 (EEG Biofeedback) to find out what is covered for your diagnosis. We are approved for Sooner Care for those 18 years old and under. Unfortunately, Medicare does not currently cover our services. We urge clients not to allow this to hinder getting started with Neurofeedback, as it truly pays for itself.

Please join us in helping to educate our lawmakers and insurance companies about Neurofeedback Therapy. There are so many who need our services.

How often are neurofeedback treatments?

Neurofeedback treatments are recommended at least two to three times per week. Two treatments can be completed in one day as long as we schedule three hours between sessions – this is especially helpful for our out-of-town clients. We offer treatments in 25 session blocks, as Neurofeedback Therapy requires reinforcement training. Positive changes occur over time.

How do we get started with Neurofeedback therapy?

Call or email one of our locations to schedule your no-cost consultation. Here we will answer any questions you may have and explain further how Neurofeedback therapy can help you or your loved one.

What happens after we have our Quantitative EEG (Brainmap) completed?

When we complete the QEEG in our office, we send the results to our Neuro-Map database and are able to receive immediate analysis results. We will schedule your first Neurofeedback appointment as soon as the analysis is received.

How long are Neurofeedback treatment sessions?

Each Neurofeedback session is approximately 30-40 minutes. We generally schedule an hour for each appointment.

What is the first step once we decide to begin?

The first step is to schedule your Quantitative EEG. This is a 20-channel recording of total brain wave activity that helps us create what we call a “Brain Map.” Your Brain Map shows us what part of your brain is over or underactive and gives us prescriptions for how to treat with Neurofeedback. The Brain Map will take place here in our office unless otherwise arranged, and your customized Neurofeedback protocols will focus specifically on normalizing abnormal brain wave patterns found in your QEEG.

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Thomas Jefferson

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Tulsa: +1  (918) 747-7400

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