Brain Mapping - AIC


Brain mapping is a non-invasive procedure that painlessly and safely measures brain activity. While other tests measure brain structure, brain mapping measures its function. Brain mapping can:

  1. Identify irregular brain wave patterns and the regions in which they occur
  2. Point to areas where brain activity may be too high or too low
  3. Reveal areas of the brain that are not optimally communicating with other
  4. Aid in diagnosing psychiatric and cognitive conditions
  5. Identify brain injuries
  6. Indicate your level of stress
  7. Brain mapping can help with the therapy (individual, marital, or family) process by creating a better understanding of the symptoms.

Most importantly, brain mapping yields critical information needed to design a customized neurofeedback program tailored to an individual’s needs.