What is EEG?
An electroencephalogram (EEG) is used to measure the electrical activity of the brain. We use this tool to see if your child's brain activity changes with intervention!
A research EEG session is different from a clinical EEG. Our nets fit like a swim cap, and take about 5-10 minutes to apply. EEG is painless and noninvasive, and while the electrodes may feel strange, they only record activity and do not produce any sensation or electricity.