Why should I consider getting a QEEG?

Charles J. Sophy, MD
Adolescent Medicine

QEEGs can be used to help assess psychiatric and neurologic conditions (ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, autism, dementia, etc.) with greater fidelity.

QEEGs provide a unique tool for baseline measurements for the US military and other individuals at risk for traumatic brain injury. Furthermore, it can be beneficial to those individuals simply looking to measure their baseline brain performance whether an athlete, musician, surgeon, soldier, or astronaut, to later document improvements and correlate that with true performance gains in their sport, mission, or profession. 

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