qEEG Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback

Did you know your brain is responsible for more than you might have thought? With over 100 billion tiny brain cells, it is a powerhouse of memories and hormones and can generate enough electricity to light a bulb.

What if your brain isn't functioning as effectively as it could? Neurofeedback can help with that. The brain training method is based on electrical activity measured with a qEEG. Neurofeedback enables you to alter your attention, emotions, and behavior by observing your brain activity in real time and adjusting patterns of brain waves. Even professionals and students have benefited from its use to boost performance.

At Southwest Brain Performance Centers, we use neurofeedback protocols to enhance sleep patterns, lessen anxiety and depression, treat migraines and chronic pain, manage attention and emotions, and treat conditions like ADD/ADHD, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and autism.

If you're struggling with any of these issues, consider trying neurofeedback. With the proper training, you can reach your brain's full potential. Your brain is much more powerful than you may think.

Are you prepared to begin your journey to a better brain? Get in touch with Southwest Brain Performance Centers TODAY.


What does your brain need to function?


The brain can only function for a few minutes without oxygen. Activity as simple as a brisk walk 3-4 times a week sends more blood and oxygen to the brain.


The better the fuel, the better your car runs. Cheap gas gums up the inside of the engine. Refined sugar, alcohol and many grains do the same to your brain and body. Good fats, lean protein and carbohydrates are ideal fuel.


Training the brain to be sharp, calm, and fully-functioning is a simple task with neurofeedback.


The best way to measure the brain’s efficiency in doing its job is using testing known as electroencephalography. All neurofeedback begins with a Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG) evaluation. The QEEG is an assessment tool designed to objectively and scientifically evaluate a person’s brainwave patterns.



Neurofeedback addresses problems of brain dysregulation by creating permanent changes in the brain. As the brain learns to react to new patterns of electrical activity, it can rebuild and rewire itself. This process can help an individual to be healthier, happier, and more successful at life! What does that mean exactly? Different things to different people, but generally this brain training greatly encourages the brain to fix itself in these five major areas:

Increased attention span: better concentration and focus at school, in sports and at work.

Better memory: improved recall.

Less anxiety: more restful sleep and improved stress-handling.

Reduced impulsiveness: better decision making & less reactive.

Less depression: reduced mood swings and a better outlook on life.

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Don’t let your symptoms hold you back

I’m 20. With over a dozen concussions, I watched as my football career, my academic excellence and my life end. After a year of neurofeedback training (and hard work on my own) I am making a comeback.


After a severe head injury, I saw several doctors for help with TBI, but their treatments only addressed my symptoms, not the cause. Eventually I was referred to Dr. Meints, who introduced BrainCore Neurofeedback Therapy as part of my recovery program. Improvement was rapid and immediately visible. After just a month, I’m already off the psychotropic meds and my only regret is that I did not know about this type of therapy sooner.


I came to SWBPC with three goals: to determine whether I had Alzheimer’s; to be able to sleep after titrating off 12 years of Lunesta and 5 years of Prozac; to be able to meditate again. Not only have those goals been achieve, I have experienced an ability to speak in public confidently and effectively; a new optimism about a productive peaceful future’ valuable information on brain health that will serve me the rest of my life; a passion to share the benefits of bio and neuro feedback to others; respect and gratitude to Dr. Meints and the wonderful staff at SWBPC!