Peer Reviewed Research
In-Clinic Measurements of Vascular Risk and Brain Activity
This study, published in 2022, suggests an interconnection between brain and heart health. The data for this study was collected from 2014 to 2017 and focused on a population of healthy patients whose routine preventative clinical examinations were retrospectively analyzed for links between their vascular risk and brain activity.
Event related potentials (ERP’s) after sports concussion; a 4 year study
This published study tracked a mixed group of Division 1 athletes pre-season, after a concussive event and at the end of the season. The study showed that concussed players experienced significant reaction time and/or P300 amplitude changes compared to pre-concussion baseline measurements. This data suggests significant P300 amplitude changes after concussion that are quantifiable and consistent. P300 measurements from this study showed that 38% of athletes who suffered a concussive event were cleared too early by standard return to play protocols.
P300 Parameters Over the Lifespan
Evoked potential (ERP) markers extracted from an EEG exam can provide novel sources of information regarding brain function allowing changes in cognition, from conditions such as concussion or unhealthy aging, to be measured and tracked over time. Age-related targets can provide useful guides for practitioners, trainers, and patients seeking to optimize and track brain function over time.
Measurements of EEG Alpha Peak Frequencies Over the Lifespan: Validating Target Ranges on an In-Clinic Platform
Peak individual alpha frequencies (IAF) extracted from an EEG exam can provide novel sources of information regarding brain function. This information can help measure and track changes in cognition arising from conditions such as concussion or unhealthy aging.
Combat Veteran effectively treated with Stellate Ganglion block and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Vietnam combat veteran with a positive history of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder was successfully treated with ultrasound guided stellate ganglion block and hyperbaric oxygen treatment. Cognitive EEG testing was done prior to the intervention and then again at three months showing improvement in cognitive functioning.
Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome effectively treated with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
This case study looks at a 27-year-old patient who underwent Hyperbaric Oxygen treatment (HBOT) to improve his cognitive performance. After a couple of years of poor general wellbeing, brain fog and fatigue, a treatment of approximately 20 hours of HBOT led to significant improvement in mental performance, vitality and social functioning. The effect of HBOT therapy in this case was validated through EEG test and retest scans that show an overall improvement of both the P300 measures and spectrum analysis.