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Research

Research that specifically supports MeRT

The MeRT℠ 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 that builds the foundation of our approach to treatment of the brain.

Magnetic Resonance Therapy Improves Clinical Phenotype and EEG Alpha Power in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Why is this important? A chart review of ASD patients receiving MeRT℠ was performed on 141 patients. Clinical improvement was noted in the majority of patients – Class I research data is necessary to confirm this data.

Magnetic E-Resonant therapy alleviates combat related post-traumatic stress disorder

Why is this important? MeRT℠ may be a promising adjunctive treatment to help veterans suffering from PTSD.

Improved autism behaviors after noninvasive cerebral trans-magnetic stimulation using customized frequency modulation: follow-up mean 24 months

Why is this important? A chart review of ASD patients receiving MeRT℠ was performed on 141 patients. Clinical improvement was noted in the majority of patients – Class I research data is necessary to confirm this data.

The Potential of Magnetic Resonant Therapy in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Why is this important? MeRT℠ may be a therapeutic option to pursue given EEG abnormalities in children with ASD.

Noninvasive EEG-EKG guided trans-magnetic stimulation at natural resonance frequency in children with autism: randomized double-blinded pilot study

Why is this important? MeRT℠ may impart EEG and clinical changes in children with ASD, with more research necessary at this time.

EEG Support Documents

The Speed of Alpha-Band Oscillations Predicts the Temporal Resolution of Visual Perception

Why is this important? Brainwave speed and specific function relates to processing speed.

EEG Analytics for Early Detection of Autism Spectrum Disorder: A data-driven approach

Why is this important? Brain mapping shows high predictability of Autism.

Traumatic brain injury An EEG point of view

Why is this important? Brain mapping shows general disruption in function in traumatic brain injury.

Neuromodulation Support Documents

Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation affects behavior by biasing endogenous cortical oscillations

Why is this important? Brain Stimulation can affect function of stimulated brain tissue.

Rhythmic TMS Causes Local Entrainment of Natural Oscillatory Signatures

Why is this important? Brain Stimulation can affect function of stimulated brain tissue.

Making Waves in the Brain: What Are Oscillations, and Why Modulating Them Makes Sense for Brain Injury

Why is this important? Injury induced disruption of neuronal oscillations has profound impacts on neural connectivity & behavior. Changes in EEG can be used as a biomarker to confirm mild and moderate TBI.