Common brain conditions that we screen for include attention and hyperactivity disorders, learning disorders, aged related cognitive impairment, poor concentration, dementia, mood and anxiety disorders, insomnia, food, cigarette and alcohol cravings, impulse control disorders and many other brain related deficiencies.
We offers a wide array of in-office, non-invasive testing to identify modifiable or reversible causes of brain dysfunction. Most of our testing is covered by insurance companies. Testing to identify factors that can cause brain dysfunction include the following:
1) Environmental Blood and Urine Testing: identifies common environmental toxins.
2) Evoke EEG Testing: a non-invasive, painless test that measures brainwave and brain function. It helps to identify abnormal function and customize a treatment plan that is best for your optimum brain function.
3) Sleep Study: to identify sleep disorders.
4) CNS Neurocognitive Testing: a timed computerized test that is completed by in the office and scored for cognitive function.
5) Peripheral Nervous System Screening: a non-invasive painless screening testing which identifies brain associated autonomic nervous system dysfunction.
6) Saliva and Blood Hormone Testing: for hormone imbalances i.e. cortisol, testosterone, DHEA, estrogen and progesterone which affect brain function.
7) Endothelial Dysfunction Screening ( Digital Pulse Analysis, EndoPat and CIMT): are painless, non-invasive screening tests to evaluate brain blood vessel function.
8) Blood allergy testing: to identify allergens, which may cause brain inflammation and brain disorders.
9) Nutritional and Metabolic Testing: to identify brain nutritional deficiencies and metabolic disorders.
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Symptoms of Brain Dysfunction:
- Difficulty concentrating
- Poor memory or recall
- Decreased attention span
- Difficulty staying on task
- Difficulty multi-tasking
- Difficulty learning new information
- Failure to follow through with task
- Mood Swings
- Impaired judgment
- Poor impulse control
- Foggy thinking
- Food cravings
- Social withdrawal
- Losing or misplacing objects
What Is Brain Mapping Test?
Brain mapping studies assess specific regions of the brain and the tasks they perform and how well they function. Electroencephalogram (EEG) scans can be used to map and understand the brain. Brain mapping shows how parts of the brain function and how they work together.
Benefits of Brain Mapping
The brain consists of billions of nerve cells arranged in patterns that control your thought, emotion, behavior, movement and sensation. These nerve patterns form brain structures that each have specific functions and oversee your memory, learning, speech, mood, sleep, cognition, recall, pleasure, sexual desire, eating habits, appetite, impulse control, decision making, judgment and thought process.
New advances in brain mapping have shown that the brain is plastic, which means that it changes and is fluid. We once believed that certain brain characteristics such as IQ were static, or unchanging, but now we know that this is not true.
Brain mapping helps doctors to better understand brain disorders like autism, ADHD, learning disorders, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, sleep and eating disorders, dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease and lead to better diagnoses and treatment
Tools for Brain Mapping
One way doctors can map the brain is to hook a subject up to an EEG device and watch as he or she performs different tasks. The brain mapping EEG reads the electrical patterns of brain activity by using electrodes that are placed on the subject’s scalp. These electrical impulses are then recorded on a graph to be read and interpreted. Brain mapping EEG allows a doctor to measure specific brain area functions by how they light up while performing a task.
We provide a variety of treatment options based on your clinical history and test results. Some of our treatments include oral and IV nutritional therapy, amino acid therapy, detoxification therapy, bio-identical hormone replacement, and allergy treatments to name a few. Our goal is to restore and preserve brain health by using a natural approach, which can be used alone or with prescription medications if needed. In many cases, prescription medications are unnecessary if the underlying cause of brain dysfunction is identified and treated.*
*Results may vary
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Conditions to be considered that may affect the brain health include:
- Food Allergies i.e. gluten, diary, eggs
- Prescription Drugs
- Environmental Toxins
- Amino and Fatty Acid Deficiencies
- Caffeine Intake
- High Sugar Intake
- Adrenal Dysfunction
- Hyper or Hypothyroidism:
- Seizure Disorder
- Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
- Metabolic Disorders i.e. diabetes
- Genetic Defects i.e. Turner’s syndrome, sickle-cell anemia, and Fragile X syndrome.
- Sleep Disorders
- Iron Deficiencies
- Vitamin B Deficiencies
- Cardiac Conditions
- GI Dysfunction i.e. leaky gut and dysbiosis
- Parasites and Candida
- Over the Counter Drugs
Most standard blood tests performed by doctors don’t identify these problems. Fortunately, they can be identified with appropriate testing, which in many cases are covered by insurance companies.
Common brain conditions that we screen for include attention and hyperactivity disorders, learning disorders, aged related cognitive impairment, poor concentration, dementia, mood and anxiety disorders, insomnia, food, cigarette and alcohol cravings, impulse control disorders, bipolar disorder and many other brain related deficiencies.
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Adult Brain Health
As we age some brain function decline due to the loss of neurons in the brain, also known as neurodegeneration, can occur. Fortunately, there are strategies that can protect our cognitive function (neuroprotection) from the decline seen in dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Diet, nutrition, exercise, social interaction and cognitive activities seem to play a neuroprotective role in adult brain health. Research has suggested that combining good nutrition with mental, social and physical activities may have a greater benefit in maintaining or improving brain health than any single activity. About half of the Alzheimer’s disease cases can be diminished by addressing potentially modifiable risk factors. Modifiable risk factors include environmental toxins, food additives and preservatives, obesity, nutritional deficiencies, insulin resistance, cardiovascular disease, inflammation, hormone imbalances, lipid abnormalities, elevated homocysteine, and endothelial (blood vessel) dysfunction. Lower brain neurotransmitters, primarily acetylcholine, appear to play a role in the decline of cognitive function. Low serotonin levels, which are seen with aging, can also play a role in impaired cognitive function.
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