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Psychiatric EEG Evaluation Registry is a database compiled of thousands of EEG results. It allows us to compare your EEG results with people who have similar brain activity to anticipate how your neurophysiology will respond to certain medications. By evaluating how other patients with similar brain patterns responded to certain medications, it helps us to identify which medications are most likely to be effective for you. This breakthrough technology helps to reduce the traditional “trial and error” approach to prescribing medications by finding medications that match your individual brain patterns. This technology was designated by the FDA as a break-through device in psychiatry.

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Did You Know?

Medications have been found to be three times more effective than traditional prescriptions when prescribed using Brain Waves-guided treatment.

Medication Class Summary

Likelihood of response to drugs in various classes based on comparison of patient QEEG features with known outcome.
Not As Likely
Moderately Likely
Mood Stabilizers
Atypical Antipsychotics

Frequently Asked Questions:

What can I expect during an EEG test?

An EEG test, more formally known as an electroencephalogram, tracks and records brainwave patterns. The process is painless, simple, and only takes about 45-60 minutes.

How does Brain Waves help my provider prescribe the best medication?

Brain Waves guided treatment allows your psychiatric provider to record your unique brain waves in order to compare them with an extensive database of people with similar brain waves. This database also contains information on which medications worked…

Evidence for Brain Waves

Brain Waves Online, the successor to ‘referenced EEG’ (or ‘rEEG’), has been studied for over 20 years and the evidence supporting the effectiveness of using a physician based outcomes database to guide treatment is significant. …Please select “Read More” and scroll to the bottom of the page to the FAQ section to “Evidence of Brain Waves” to view.

Evidence for current treatment

Without objective physiologically based clinical evidence to support clinical decisions, treating physicians can only respond to their patients in the best way possible, trial and error of approved and un-approved treatments. …Please select “Read More” and scroll to the bottom of the page to the FAQ section to “Evidence for current treatment” to view.

Medication response research using quantitative EEG

EEG recordings with quantitative analysis yield more information than can be appreciated by simple visual inspection.
Since the 1970’s EEG recordings have been digitized and subjected to quantitative analysis (QEEG), which yields more informati…Please select “Read More” and scroll to the bottom of the page to the FAQ section to “Medication response research using quantitative EEG” to view.


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