QEEG Evaluation of the LENS Treatment of TBI
AbstractPrevious publications have reported encouraging preliminary clinical outcomes in the treatment of a variety of problems with the Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS). However, no previous publication has evaluated outcomes with quantitative EEG (QEEG) comparisons to normative databases. This article presents outcomes from the LENS treatment of a patient who suffered a serious traumatic brain injury 9 years earlier. After 42 sessions of treatment, the patient, now 16 years old, had very significant clinical improvements as well as documented changes in QEEG measures. Further outcome studies involving pre- and posttreatment QEEG evaluations are needed.
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