Quantitative electroencephalography

qEEG is a test that analyzes the electrical activity in the brain.  It measures and displays brain wave patterns.  Some areas of the brain may be firing too fast or too slow, when compared with “normative” database reference values.  The processed EEG, which records brain waves, is commonly converted into color maps of brain functioning called “brain maps” which can be compared to normative values and indicate which areas are firing in suboptimal ways.

qEEGs are used in research centers all over the world to study:


Autism Spectrum Disorder


Bipolar Disorder


Anxiety disorders

Learning disorders

Other various emotional conditions