What to expect during your first qEEG Appointment

Welcome to your Brain Map appointment! Here's what you can expect:

  • Meet Dr. Meints, who will describe the procedure and respond to any questions you have
  • A cap is applied to the scalp, with little holes filled with saline gel to track brain waves. (Save hair wash day for after your appointment!)
  • Dr. Meints monitors brain activity while performing tasks.
  • Creating a customized neurofeedback program to enhance brain function by analyzing data and identifying patterns in brain activity.
  • Observe brain activity on a screen while getting feedback.
  • Sessions that are non-invasive and painless with quick results
  • Having positive results that last a lifetime without medication

Brain mapping and neurofeedback can assist you in teaching your brain to repair itself naturally by combining ultra-fast technology with modern brain monitoring software, enhancing your overall well-being.


qEEG Brain Map

All neurofeedback begins with a Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG) evaluation or a Brain Map. The QEEG is an assessment tool designed to objectively and scientifically evaluate a person’s brainwave patterns. It determines if the patient is a good candidate for neurofeedback training.

   Watch this video for a clear visualization of how the qEEG Brain Map works.

What Can I Expect to Find?

Slow brain activity is one thing. What most people aren’t aware of is that ADD/ADHD is the result of a slow brain.
But what about a mind that races? Swift brain activity often leads to anxiety, insomnia, and even seizures! This high-speed brain activity, over time, uses an enormous amount of energy and, eventually, fouls up digestion, confuses the immune system, and upsets the reproductive system. As the brain and nervous system finally run out of gas, it’s typical to see depression, fatigue, and exhaustion.
A malfunctioning brain affects every system and cell in the body. If health is defined as the optimal function of every organ and tissue, not merely the absence of disease, then the brain runs the show! Once the brain is trained to speed up/slow down, attention span, behavior, and mood improve … without using habit-forming drugs or their side effects.

Don’t let your symptoms hold you back