Muse utilizes a multidisciplinary, integrated approach to healing the brain. While most programs focus on one general area, we at Muse emphasize a holistic, whole-brain approach to rehabilitation. We use qEEG analyses (“brain mapping”) and high quality assessments in order to produce a detailed image of each client’s physiological state. Upon the completion of the intake process, clients are able to enroll in our neural rehabilitation program, comprised of cognitive training and neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback).
What is brain mapping?
Electroencephalograms (EEGs) are one of the oldest methods of brain imaging. Because the brain communicates with itself by electrical activity, EEGs are developed to monitor and record such activity all over the scalp. Once recorded, certain filters and mathematical equations can be applied in order to compare one person to a normative database of hundreds of other people. These results show us each area of the brain that is significantly different from the rest of the population. As certain differences can contribute to various pathologies, it is imperative to treat those differences accordingly. Treatment is possible through neurological rehabilitation. What is Neuro-Rehabilitation?
What is Neurological Rehabilitation?
While most treatment centers only offer generic neurofeedback, Muse uses brain mapping to determine the most effective possible way to treat our clients. Our neural rehabilitation program offers an array of diverse techniques, ranging from computerized cognitive training, to biofeedback and neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback). By engaging in these exercises, our clients develop a more neurologically integrated and developed sense of self, resulting in an increased ability to maintain sobriety and recovery.