This well established, non-invasive neuro-imaging technique records and maps the electricity coming from your brain through to your scalp. Your brain’s electrical activity is statistically compared to a large international database of recordings. Through QEEG it is possible to see areas of excess or low brain activity that can be associated with  a variety of problems. It is also possible to see how the different parts of your brain are communicating with each other. Based on analysis by a specialist, it is possible to develop a programme to train your brain to function better.

This may include neurofeedback, biofeedback, stress management techniques, educational interventions or referrals to other health professionals.

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After the EEG is recorded, the brain’s activity is represented on maps such as the one above. These show strength and weakness of brain activity, as well as how well different parts of the brain are working together.

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