A Map of Your Brain

Do you have brain fog or trouble focusing? Have you had a concussion or traumatic brain injury (TBI)? Are you curious about how your brain differs from those of other people your age?

qEEG brain mapping is an extremely accurate measurement of brainwaves, along with analysis and quantification. With this data, you can see how your brain compares to neurotypical brains of other people your age in a wide variety of categories, including memory, insomnia, depression, anxiety, ADHD, OCD, and dyslexia.

The qEEG scan also calculates the likelihood that you have had a concussion or TBI. Many people are unaware that they have suffered a brain injury, either because it occurred when they were children or because it they didn’t feel the effects immediately after the event. This would be possible after, for example, a minor car accident or a soccer player completing a header.

qEEG brain mapping is particularly helpful for us in neurological acupuncture sessions here at the Shiu Clinic. The scan shows which areas of the brain have abnormal brainwave activity and whether an area is under or overactive. This allows us to target our neurological acupuncture treatments even more precisely.

Part 2 of this series will focus on how to retrain your brain.



October 5, 2023

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