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Brain Mapping diagnostic test for Alzheimer's disease, ADHD, stress, anxiety, panic attacks, memory loss, treatment-resistant depression

Are you interested in diagnostic tools for various medical conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, ADHD, stress, anxiety, panic attacks, memory loss, treatment-resistant depression, and more?

Empower yourself to take charge of your health by gaining control over your brain.

The eVox Brain Health System (EVOKE) is an FDA-cleared test we use to assess and improve brain health.


What is Brain Mapping?

Brain mapping is a secure and efficient procedure designed to pinpoint irregularities in brain function.

Traditionally, medical professionals faced limitations in detecting early signs of cognitive changes.

The Evoke System aims to address this issue. The Evoke brain mapping system was created as a crucial tool for early detection, enabling healthcare experts to comprehend the root causes of cognitive impairment while there's still an opportunity to formulate a treatment strategy.

The Evoke system measures biomarkers that assess brain function, aiding physicians in identifying at-risk patients and facilitating timely interventions.

Brain mapping proves invaluable in deciphering the reasons behind symptoms like anxiety, depression, and a host of other prevalent mental health conditions in today's society. Think of brain mapping as akin to a doctor conducting a bacterial culture to determine the right antibiotic for treating an infection.

A brain map provides insights into neurological factors behind symptoms. When symptoms are neurologically connected, neurofeedback, a non-invasive biofeedback technique, offers promising prospects for improving brain activity.


How Does Brain Mapping Work?


This non-invasive and painless procedure involves the placement of sensors on the surface of the head, recording brainwave activity in those regions.

The brain map captures the brain's electrical activity for analysis without affecting its functioning. Much like a lab test that assesses blood levels for abnormalities, brain mapping evaluates brain activity to identify deviations from the norm.

The entire process of brain mapping typically takes around 40 minutes.


What Do the Results Reveal?

Data from the brain mapping procedure is translated into a visual report showcasing brainwave patterns across different brain areas, highlighting any dysfunctional or dysregulated regions.

Abnormalities, such as overly active or underactive brainwave patterns, can disrupt normal functioning, leading to clinical symptoms.

For instance, underactive brain regions may manifest as excessively slow brainwaves, resulting in symptoms like mental fog or brain fog. If left unaddressed, this foggy-headed feeling can impact your quality of life and even contribute to conditions like memory loss and Alzheimer's disease.


Alzheimer's Disease

According to the Alzheimer's Association, over 70 million people in the US are at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.

Early detection through brain mapping allows for timely interventions.


Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Many of our patients with an ADHD diagnosis are already on medication.

Our ability to measure brain function empowers us to conduct a remarkable analysis: comparing brain function both on and off medication to evaluate its effectiveness.

This analysis is pivotal in understanding the efficacy of treatment and whether medication is beneficial.

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