The

Neuroscience

of Attention

Deficit

All Attention Deficit is NOT the same

Treatment should NOT be a "one size fits all". ADD/ADHD is caused by many different types of brain dysfunction.

We start by looking at the brain. EEG brain mapping objectively identifies the specific type and region of brainwave dysfunction causing the behavior.

From the EEG brain map, nutrient deficiencies can be addressed and brainwave dysfunction can be retrained using neurofeedback interventions.

A post EEG brain map objectively measures functional improvements in brain activity after neurofeedback.

What is an EEG Brain Map?

 

An EEG brain map objectively measures brain function for people between the ages of 6 and 92. It identifies specific regions of the brain that may be producing too much, or too little electrical activity compared to a controlled, normative database of your same age and gender.

 

A brain map takes less than an hour to record and is neither invasive nor painful. You simply wear a cap with 19 sensors that record your brain’s electrical activity while you relax in a chair. It is similar to having an EKG record your heart. It’s as safe as a stethoscope!

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

The American Academy of Pediatrics lists EEG Guided Neurofeedback an evidence-based, level 1 (best support) intervention for child and adolescent attention and hyperactivity disorders.

American Academy of Pediatrics

"I have referred many of my ADHD patients to the Brain Performance Center and have seen significant improvements in focus, impulse control, and behavior. We finally have an effective, non-pharmaceutical intervention for ADHD".

Dr. Tanya Altmann, Pediatrician

Calabasas Pediatrics

"I have referred many of my ADHD patients to the Brain Performance Center and have seen significant improvements in focus, impulse control, and behavior. We finally have an effective, non-pharmaceutical intervention for ADHD".

Dr. Samantha Tamburro, Clinical Psychologist

Engage Therapy, Westlake Village

"I have referred many of my ADHD patients to the Brain Performance Center and have seen significant improvements in focus, impulse control, and behavior. We finally have an effective, non-pharmaceutical intervention for ADHD".

Dr. Kelly Johnson, Director of the Learning Center

Oaks Christian School