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Why start MeRT therapy once EEG results are available?​

The importance of starting MeRT (Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy) therapy once you have the results of the EEG lies in the timely and precise intervention it allows, leading to better therapeutic outcomes. Here are the key reasons:
1. ⏳ Targeted treatment approach: EEG results provide valuable information about the brain’s electrical activity, revealing specific areas of dysfunction or abnormal patterns. Utilizing the EEG results to guide MeRT therapy enables a targeted and personalized treatment approach, addressing the patient’s unique brain activity and condition.
2. ⏳ Maximizing neuroplasticity: Neuroplasticity refers to the brain’s ability to reorganize and adapt. MeRT therapy utilizes repetitive magnetic stimulation to modulate neural circuits, promoting neuroplastic changes. Starting MeRT promptly after EEG results allows for timely modulation of brain activity, potentially enhancing neuroplasticity and the brain’s capacity to rewire and recover.
3. ⏳ Optimal window of opportunity: Some neurological conditions benefit from early intervention to halt or slow down their progression. By starting MeRT therapy soon after EEG evaluation, the brain’s condition can be addressed at an optimal time, potentially preventing further deterioration and increasing the likelihood of positive outcomes.
4. ⏳ Individualized treatment planning: MeRT therapy is tailored to each patient’s unique brain activity and symptoms. By initiating the therapy promptly, clinicians can design a treatment plan based on the latest EEG data, optimizing the stimulation parameters for the best results.
5. ⏳ Faster symptom relief: In certain neurological and neuropsychiatric conditions, timely intervention can lead to faster relief of symptoms. By addressing dysfunctional brain activity promptly with MeRT, patients may experience quicker improvements in mood, cognition, attention, and other targeted areas.
6. ⏳ Enhanced patient motivation and engagement: Promptly starting MeRT therapy demonstrates a proactive approach to patient care, signaling that their condition is being taken seriously and treatment is being initiated based on thorough assessments. This can enhance patient motivation and engagement in the therapeutic process.
Overall, starting MeRT therapy promptly after obtaining EEG results is crucial for optimizing treatment efficacy and harnessing the brain’s neuroplasticity to support positive neurological changes. Timely intervention can lead to better outcomes, improved symptom relief, and potentially slow down or prevent the progression of certain neurological conditions. It emphasizes the importance of using cutting-edge technology like MeRT to tailor treatments to individual brain activity and needs. ⏳

What is MeRT?

MeRT, short for Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy, is an innovative treatment approach that combines various technologies to provide personalized care. It integrates Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), an FDA-cleared therapy for Depression and OCD, with Quantitative Electroencephalogram (qEEG) and Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) to analyze and formulate treatments based on each individual’s unique brain pattern.

Unlike conventional TMS treatments that deliver stimulation to a single brain area at a fixed frequency for all patients, MeRT takes a more advanced approach. We conduct comprehensive testing and evaluation to determine the appropriate frequency and location specific to each patient. This customized approach is grounded in scientific analysis and tailored to the individual.

By thoroughly analyzing the initial brain function and activity patterns of each patient, we can identify areas requiring neural synchronization. Based on this detailed analysis, we create a highly personalized treatment protocol to enhance brain communication. Many of our patients have reported significant clinical improvements with this approach.*

For Parkinson’s disease treatment, the duration typically spans four to six weeks and can be conducted alongside other therapies. Treatment sessions are scheduled for 30 to 45 minutes, Monday through Friday. Remarkably, many patients have noticed positive changes within the first week of treatment.*

The MeRT Process

MeRT offers a non-pharmaceutical and non-invasive approach to treatment.

Numerous studies have revealed altered brain wave oscillations in patients with conditions like Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Anxiety, and more. The MeRT treatment protocol utilizes a magnetic field to rebalance and stimulate brain function. This cutting-edge technology incorporates advanced diagnostics and imaging techniques to tailor the treatment to each individual’s specific needs.

A significant portion of the initial research on MeRT has been conducted by the U.S. Department of Defense, focusing on veterans returning from combat. Defense One has published an article providing further insight into the Department of Defense’s research and the benefits that MeRT has shown in individuals suffering from TBI, PTSD, and MDD. Additionally, private sector studies have been conducted on various other conditions, expanding our understanding of MeRT’s potential benefits.


Additional Information

Each treatment session typically lasts about 45 minutes. During the session, you will be seated comfortably while the neuro-technician administers the treatment near your scalp using a hand-held magnet. The magnet will deliver gentle magnetic impulses for six to eight seconds per minute. While undergoing the treatment, you may experience a slight sensation, but rest assured that it is not painful or uncomfortable.

It’s important to note that the results and improvements achieved through the therapy are dependent on actively and strictly following our treatment regimens. The outcomes can vary from person to person and are not guaranteed. Additionally, the response to therapy may differ for each individual. Generally, the duration of MeRT therapy plays a role in the longevity of the changes observed.

Please keep in mind that the effectiveness of the treatment and the duration of its effects can vary based on individual factors. Our goal is to work closely with you to create the most appropriate treatment plan and monitor your progress throughout the therapy.

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We understand that patients and their families dealing with brain disorders often experience feelings of isolation, frustration, and hopelessness. However, it’s important to know that there is hope. MeRT is a treatment protocol that has successfully helped patients restore brain function, regain control over their lives, and find renewed hope.

We empathize with what you’re going through, and our aim is to support you throughout the entire process, ensuring that you can make an informed decision about whether MeRT is the right treatment option for you or your child.

Many of our clinicians and technicians have personally undergone MeRT treatment and have witnessed the remarkable results firsthand. Their personal experiences have fueled their passion for helping others heal and recover.

To address any questions or concerns you may have regarding how MeRT can specifically benefit you, our dedicated New Patient Coordinator is available to provide assistance. She will attentively listen to your concerns, offer guidance, and help alleviate any apprehensions you may have. Furthermore, should you decide to proceed with treatment, she can assist you in scheduling appointments with our clinic.

Remember, you’re not alone in this journey. We are here to support you every step of the way, and together, we can explore the potential of MeRT to improve your quality of life.


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  • Depression.
  • PTSD.
  • Anxiety.
  • Cognitive Performance.

Monday to Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM


Non-invasive treatments through Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and MeRT for autism spectrum, major depressive disorder, PTSD, after effects of stroke, COVID-19 after care, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress syndrome, parkinson’s disease, cognitive decline, dementia, ADHT, learning disorders, smoking cessation, anxiety, insomnia, attention deficit, addictions, Brain Optimization, sports performance, executive optimization, Occupational Therapy , Speech Therapy, ABA Therapy , Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy.