GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) - National news shined a spotlight on the effectiveness electroencephalographic (EEG)-based assessments, or testing brainwaves, for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Brainwave ratios derived through EEG diagnostics reveal distinct patterns among people with ADHD. A distinct ratio between two types of brainwaves (theta and beta) provides greater accuracy for diagnosing ADHD than testing elements such as such as IQ tests, computerized tests of attention, and standardized behavior rating scales. EEG diagnostics are a very important element in a comprehensive assessment. EightWest viewers can get an assessment done through Neurocore for only $150 when they call 1-800-600-4096. That's a $100 saving!
Accessibility of EEG Diagnostics
- EEG diagnostics for ADHD are becoming increasingly accessible due to affirmation from the FDA, the American Academy of Pediatrics, improved health insurance coverage and organizations like Michigan-based Neurocore.
- For over nine years, Neurocore has been improving the lives of thousands of individuals through proprietary EEG systems that are registered with the FDA and carry an FDA medical device clearance.
- Neurocore offers online education, flexible financing, scholarship programs, and brain-based diagnostics and training from six locations throughout Michigan and expanding.
- In-network status with BCBSM and BCN
EightWest viewers get the $250 assessment for only $150 when they call 1-800-600-4096 today.
Tim Royer, Psy.D., Neuropsychologist and founder of Neurocore
Grandville • Grand Rapids • Holland • Grand Haven • Okemos • Kalamazoo
Call 1-800-600-4096 or go to www.theneurocore.com
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