Clinical EEG tests, which are routinely used in medical testing, are interpreted by a medical specialist. The main purpose of clinical EEG test is to diagnose, for example, abnormal electrical discharge to the brain (epilepsy), or other brain disorders such as headaches, traumatic brain injury, sleep disorders, etc. Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG), or Brain Mapping, is a quantitative and objective analysis of brain wave signals, to evaluate the performance of brain functions.
Detect Brain Disorders Early
The test can provide information about the functional status of daily living (e.g., attention, anxiety, mood, learning, or behavior disorders) and can also help detect early brain disorders associated with neuropsychological disorders such as dementia, mild cognitive impairment, and so on. QEEG testing may detect the precursor of neuropsychological disorders. Early detection of brain dysfunction through QEEG can prevent developing disorders, and early intervention of neurofeedback can improve brain health.