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Loreta scan being used in concussion treatment

What to expect at your Loreta Neurofeedback Treatment with Dr. Birmingham.

 

Steps used for Loreta Neurofeedback:

  1. We’ll record your Loreta Scan.
  2. We identify the select areas and frequencies to be used for neurofeedback.
  3. We begin live EEG recording.
  4. We wiil choose the length of the training sessions for neurofeedback and the length of the rest periods between sessions. Usually the training sessions are 2 to 8 minutes in length with 30 to 60 seconds rest between.
  5. During the training sessions when your brain normalizes in the areas chosen the computer screen will let you know.
  6. Commonly 15 to 25 sessions are required for long lasting change, but there can be marked progress in as few as 5 sessions.

Preparation:

Please read the section on “how to prepare for your session”. Your hair must be clean and dry. You must remove everything you can from your head and neck and preferably clothes and other parts of your body.

Questions?

Contact us at Dr Birmingham’s Vancouver Clinic.

 

 

What to expect at your Loreta Neurofeedback Treatment with Dr. Birmingham.

 

Steps used for Loreta Neurofeedback:

  1. We’ll record your Loreta Scan.
  2. We identify the select areas and frequencies to be used for neurofeedback.
  3. We begin live EEG recording.
  4. We will choose the length of the training sessions for neurofeedback and the length of the rest periods between sessions. Usually the training sessions are 2 to 8 minutes in length with 30 to 60 seconds rest between.
  5. During the training sessions when your brain normalizes in the areas chosen the computer screen will let you know.
  6. Commonly 15 to 25 sessions are required for long lasting change, but there can be marked progress in as few as 5 sessions.

Preparation:

Please read the section on “how to prepare for your session”. Your hair must be clean and dry. You must remove everything you can from your head and neck and preferably clothes and other parts of your body.

Questions?

Contact us at Dr Birmingham’s Vancouver Clinic.

 

 

Loreta scan being used in concussion treatment
C. Laird Birmingham MD
MHSc FRCPC FACP ABIM FAED
Specialist in Internal Medicine
Epidemiologist & Biostatistician
Professor of Psychiatry UBC
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