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What is a qEEG?
The qEEG-report is the assessment process that allows us to determine the brain wave patterns by gathering information about the electrical activity of specific locations of the brain. To do this, we place what looks like a swim cap with several sensors on your head to measure the various frequency bands’ brain wave activity. The qEEG is performed while the client sits quietly with his or her eyes closed for approximately 5 minutes and then with the eyes open for an additional 5 minutes. Our equipment will then analyze this information and generate a series of images to identify which brain areas may be too active or not active enough. This is called a Brain Map. The Brain Map provides an invaluable overview of what is going on in the brain and will be used in conjunction with the client’s information to develop the training plan.