EEG & QEEG

Electroencephalogram(EEG) or Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG) can be used to analyze brain function which in turn can provide the clinician with answers to such questions as: the origin of a seizure, the degree of a concussion following head trauma or whether or not there is evidence of early changes consistent with Alzheimer's diseases.  The EEG will relay a color picture of brain waves in a physiological or working state.  "In a sense, with EEG we can have a color-coded map of the brain," notes Dr. Weiss.  "On the horizon, EEG will be utilized to pinpoint those individuals with learning disorders and even diagnose schizophrenia."

Useful in conditions such as:

  • Seizures

  • Syncope

  • Headaches

  • Head Trauma

  • Brain Contusion

  • Memory Loss

  • Confusion

  • Dementia

  • CVA

  • Cognitive Changes

  • Concussion

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