DIAGNOSIS AND BRAIN MAPPING

 Diagnostics and Brain Mapping at Stone Mountain Center


* The T.O.V.A (Test of the Variables of Attention):  A classic computer-scored test that measures inattentiveness and impulsivity, as well as other variables.

* The SCL-90. A reliable standardized test measuring a variety of cognitive, perceptual and emotional measures.

* The CNS Questionnaire;Len Ochs’ handcrafted diagnostic for problems of the CNS questionnaire that measures cognitive problems, executive functions emotional instabilities, disturbances in energy, sleep, chronic or acute pain.

* The LENS Map simultaneously allows topographic mapping of 21 points on the International 10-20 system, treatment from strong to very weak built into the mapping procedure, and an algorithm for ordering the sites visited  in treatment.  Shows amplitude (mv) or frequency (Hz) as well as hot spots and areas of coherence.

*   The qEEG is the most widely accepted and accurate form of EEG brainmapping, readable by LENS or non-LENS practitioners as well as trained MD’s and neurologists.  Shows raw EEG, Power Spectrum, Frequency Distribution,  absolute and relative values as well as a data-base reference (comparison to a matched cohort of similar individuals across the country (measured in SD or Standard Deviations from the Norm).  Stone Mountain uses the NeuroGuide (Robert Thatcher) Database, which also shows connectivity, coherence, amplitude asymmetry and phase anomalies.  The mapping also allows subcortical imaging through LORETA (Lo-resolution EEG Tomography) which can use surface mapping data to show problems or ROI (Regions of Interest) in subcortical areas.

* The Brainmaster Brain Avatar allows for 3-D color imaging of areas below the surface of brain allowing diagnostics in networks, ROI and white-matter connectivity problems.  Can be used both for diagnosis and treatment. (See demo on website).

* The IM or Interactive Metronome for rhythm and timing problems; used both to test, diagnose and treat the above.