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Sydney Neurofeedback Centre offers QEEG Brain Scans and QEEG-guided Neurofeedback using state-of-the-art equipment and computer technologies to provide advanced treatment protocols and comprehensive patient care.

What is a QEEG Brain Scan? 
A quantitative electroencephalograph (QEEG), otherwise known as a 'Brain Scan', records and measures electrical activity in the brain to assess cognitive conditions and compare data with 'normal' brain functioning.

Using a highly comprehensive 19-lead cap, the scan will determine area so the brain that are overactive, underactive or not communicating efficiently and effectively.

A patient's QEEG is combined with a thorough medical history to inform a highly individualised Neurofeedback treatment protocol at Sydney Neurofeedback Centre.

QEEG Report:

Approximately one week after the initial QEEG assessment, both the patient and one of our Neurofeedback practitioners will run through the QEEG findings to establish appropriate treatment options and an optimal Neurofeedback protocol.

What is Neurofeedback? 

Neurofeedback is non-invasive biofeedback therapy that aims to establish optimal function by retraining and strengthening healthy and efficient brain activity.

Neurofeedback uses real-time EEG to monitor a person's brain activity. Once the brain activates in a particular way, and within set parameters, the use of positive visual feedback trains and builds healthy neural pathways to support optimal cognitive processing.

Throughout the course of treatment the brain undergoes positive and permanent changes, allowing clients to thrive in everyday life.

Neurofeedback Sessions:

Clients will normally attend Neurofeedback therapy twice weekly for a minimum of 10 weeks. Each session runs for approximately 30 minutes involving Neurofeedback and various brain training technologies.

A QEEG Brain Scan will then be completed after 10 weeks to determine brain changes and treatment progress.

Who do we treat? 

  • Anxiety

  • ADHD Inattentive and Hyperactive

  • Learning disabilities 

  • Emotional and behavioural disorders

  • Athletic performance 

  • Sensory processing issues

  • Head trauma

  • Sleep problems

  • PTSD

  • Stress 

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