Presented by: David Hasse, MD, IFMCP, FABFM, DABIHM, CNS, BCN
Recorded: February 2017
Brain Function can now be visualized in the primary care clinic setting using Low Resolution Electrical Tomographic Analysis (LORETA) of the Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG). This graphic data can be used to understand brain dysfunction of many types such as depression, fatigue, head injury, ADHD, anxiety, and migraines. By examining LORETA QEEG through the lens of Functional Medicine we may better direct nutritional, neurofeedback, pharmacologic, and lifestyle interventions for our patients.
In this session the actual interplay of the gut-brain axis will be visualized and participants empowered with the knowledge of what is next as we strive to enable a more Functional Life via a more Functional Brain.
This presentation was recorded at the Integrative Healthcare Symposium Annual Conference.