Conditions Treated

With MeRT, patients have significantly improved symptoms
optimizing brain communication and overall health.


Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

If you’ve received a strong blow to the head that disrupts your normal functioning, it’s most probable you’re experiencing a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

General symptoms of TBI include confusion, loss of consciousness, headaches, dilated pupils, cognitive difficulties, and memory loss.

The patient’s initial testings from the EEG are analyzed, and based on the findings we determine the correct neural synchronization needed for optimal results. MeRT is then used to devise a highly personalized protocol for each patient to encourage improved brain communication.

Treatment for TBI can last from 4-8 weeks, and appointments are 30-45 minutes long.



Did you know more than 3 million people are diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder annually?

MeRT Treatment protocols, which are FDA-approved, have been used successfully to treat depression, including Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD) and Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). Specifically in cases when medication and other therapies have failed to work.

Using a qEEG to map brain’s activity, MeRT makes it easy to identify the markers specific for depression – which is usually seen as an asymmetry in brain activity between the left and the right hemispheres.

Afterward, we create a specific protocol for the patient, which can lead to incredible improvements in sleep quality, concentration, mood, motivation, self-esteem, and clarity of thoughts.

Treatment for depression usually takes around 4-8 weeks, and appointments are 30-45 minutes long.



It is normal to experience occasional anxiety in our lives. People with Anxiety Disorders, however, frequently find themselves having excessive and persistent fears about everyday situations and occurrences. These feelings often interfere with daily activities and can be hard to control.

General symptoms of anxiety include: difficulty sleeping, decreased focus and concentration, chronic worry, and increased breathing. If other treatments are not working, our non-invasive MeRT Treatment could be right for you.

By combining the technologies of Magnetic Stimulation, q-EEG, and EKGs, we can analyze each patient’s brain activity and formulate treatments tailored for each unique brain pattern.

Treatment for anxiety usually takes around 4-8 weeks, and appointments are 30-45 minutes long.



Autism Spectrum Disorder affects how a person perceives the outside world and interacts with others.

In some patients, the Mert treatment protocols have successfully improved autism symptoms such as speech development, concentration, awareness, eye contact, sensory and emotional regulation, and connection in children and adults.

By neuromodulating the brain waves, we help the brain become more organized, resulting in higher functioning individuals, better communication, and improved social skills.

After the initial evaluation, treatment for autism usually lasts 4-8 weeks and may require follow-up annually. Appointments are approximately 45 minutes long.



What if we told you you could stop living in fear?

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition triggered by either having experienced or witnessed a terrifying event.

It affects about 15 million people yearly and is most common among veterans. Depending on the individual, the condition can last months and even years, with triggers that can immediately bring back the trauma.

General symptoms of PTSD include poor sleep, anxiety, depression, social withdrawal, fear, anger, and hopelessness. MeRT Treatments allow individuals living with PTSD to experience improvement in sleep quality and duration, concentration and focus, mood and motivation, self-confidence and self-esteem, sociability, and clarity of thought.

Treatment protocols for PTSD usually take 4-8 weeks.


Sports Recovery

Most athletes’ mental and physical levels are highly demanding. However, constant impacts on the head, sleep deprivation, high levels of stress, and other factors can result in cognitive impairments, including memory loss and adverse effects on and off the field.

We’re here to help athletes ensure their brain remains healthy not only during their professional careers but also after they retire.

By using MeRT treatment protocols, we can identify the brain areas affected by such factors and specifically target them to strengthen them.

By synchronizing the brain or neural activity communication, athletes experience recovery and enhanced cognitive performance, and an overall improvement in quality of life.