The Science and Research behind MeRT.
Here are some of the many Research Studies related to the treatment of various neurological conditions treated with TMS and MeRT.
Research Studies and Findings Related to MeRT and TMS
Our approach is an innovative and targeted treatment based on powerful third-party research that has been published in the most prestigious scientific journals. Below you will find the peer-reviewed and published research regarding EEGs, rTMS, and MeRT that build the foundation of our approach to treatment of the brain.
Studies on EEG Findings
Neuromodulation Studies and Reports
Non-invasive EEG-EKG Guided Trans-magnetic Stimulation at Natural Resonance Frequency in Children with Autism: Randomized Double-blinded Pilot Study” in Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics. Noninvasive EEG-EKG guided trans-magnetic stimulation at natural resonance frequency in children with autism: randomized double-blinded pilot study, Abstract Accepted, Kim et al.
EEG_EKG Guided TMS in children with Autism_Randomized Double_Blinded pilot study_SBMT Poster.A stable pattern of EEG spectral coherence distinguishes children with autism from neuro- typical controls – a large case control study, Duffy, et al, 2012. Resting-State Cortical Connectivity Reflected in EEG Coherence in Individuals with Autism, Murias, 2007.
Resting-state EEG abnormalities in autism spectrum disorder, Wang et al, 2013.EEG complexity as a biomarker for autism spectrum disorder risks, Bosl et al, 2011.
MeRT Ongoing Clinical Trials with the Department of Defense for PTSD, Post-Concussive Disorders, and TBI
Congressional Approval (This is congressional approval for use of MeRT treatment for TBI, Post-Concussive Disorder, and PTSD)
EEG_EKG Guided TMS in veterans with PTSD_Randomized Double_Blinded pilot study_SBMT Poster AcceptedLow-frequency, Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for the Treatment of Patients with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: a Double-blind, Sham-controlled Study, Nam et al, 2013.Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation of the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in posttraumatic stress disorder: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, Cohen et al, 2004.
For Veterans Suffering from PTSD who are not able to go through MeRT treatment, alternative treatments and studies from the United States Government, are discussed here.