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Brain-imaging technology to investigate the causes of your condition

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Our mission

At londonScientific we use brain-imaging technologies (QEEG), to assess your brainwave patterns and investigate the root causes of your condition. Beyond the traditional diagnoses based on the visual classification of behaviours and the one-size-fits-all approach of medication for treatment, we focus on the measurement of objective biomarkers and how to unlock specific patterns in the brain. Based on this information, which is unique to you, we then design a personalised treatment strategy that will help you change your brainwave patterns thus facilitating positive health outcomes.

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Who can we help?

We can help clients with depression, anxiety, ADHD, OCD, PTSD, addictions, emotional trauma, stroke, autism, epilepsy, early dementia, traumatic brain injury and insomnia, amongst several other conditions. All our techniques are safe, non-invasive, drug-free, have been approved by Ethics panels in the UK and abroad, and can be used with children and adults.

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Quantitative Electroencephalography QEEG

The EEG, or electroencephalogram is the measurement and recording of electrical brain activity commonly referred to as “brainwaves”. The QEEG, the Q stands for quantitative, is the transformation of the digitised EEG data into colour maps of brain functioning called “brain maps”. The QEEG brain maps expose specific neurophysiological patterns, with outstanding time-resolution, that cannot be revealed by the traditional, visually-based, diagnoses. Recent software developments, including independent component analysis (ICA), also enable the location of sources of electrical activity deep in the brain.

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Event-related Potentials, ERPs

ERPs show how information travels across the surface of the brain (or cortex) with great accuracy, within milliseconds only. As such, they detect important shifts in brain functioning, showing how thought processing may vary between individuals in real time. This dynamic view of the brain, featuring high temporal resolution, differs from other powerful imaging techniques such a the fMRI, which are static. ERP information about how the brain actually functions, is crucial to help design personalised rehabilitation programmes and assess differences objectively, after an intervention.

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Taking control

At londonScientific you will be at the heart of the latest developments in the Neuroscience of Neuromodulation and their application to the fields of psychophysiology, clinical psychology, developmental disorders, creativity and peak-performance. You will also experience a confidential and personalised approach to mental health and brain rehabilitation. If you are willing to take control over your health and expand your self-awareness, londonScientific may be the place you have been searching for.