Brain Mapping


We use brain mapping to help us drive effective treatment solutions in the functional areas of the brain.


The Brain up Close and Personal

Brain mapping attempts to relate the brain’s structure to its function, or finding what parts give us certain abilities. Brain mapping also allows our staff to determine what areas of the brain are functioning in balance.  In mapping a brain, our trained Doctors are able to compare functions of the subject brain to a normative data base of brains that are of the same gender and age. This will provide a detailed report or map of the functional aspects of the subject brain.

Mapping enables us to see how all different areas of our brain connect and work together to help us think and process information. It enables us to see what parts of our brain functioning correctly in a variety of tasks that are administered during the test.

Mapping looks at the brain from the outside in meaning it examines how our environment changes our brain’s structure by studying, for instance, how the brain changes physically through the assignment of different tasks. It will also let us look at the results of the aging process. Many researchers believe it to be the future of anti-aging testing protocols when used with Neurotherapy.


The Importance of Brain Mapping

Brain maps are important aids in our patient evaluation and in our therapy planning for patients. Mapping provides us with the necessary information to enable us to focus our Neurofeedback training and Nexalin Therapy. They can help us accurately to identify certain brain structure abnormalities, when used alongside other types of analysis involving statistical comparisons to a normative database. Once we know where to focus our attention, we can then define and develop effective treatment solutions.

To learn more about how MyNeuroFeedBack uses brain mapping in driving effective treatment solutions contact us today.