Breakthrough Treatment for Brain Optimization
Drug-free, Non-invasive MeRT Treatment at Brain Treatment Partners Oklahoma
I’m two or three months past my last treatment, and I can honestly say my brain is in a better place than it was before. The emotional highs and lows I was living with have been stabilized. My cognition took off during that period and it hasn’t slowed down since.”Nick Hardwick, retired NFL player
Optimize Your Brain Function and Performance
We all understand the importance of brain performance: If your brain works well, you can achieve anything you set out to do. But so much can cut across how effectively your brain works. Stress, anxiety, illness, and simply aging are a few examples.
And when your brain isn’t operating the way you’re used to, it can be incredibly frustrating — and can lead to depression, overwhelm, fatigue, and more.
So, how can you optimize your brain? At Brain Treatment Partners Oklahoma, we offer a new, drug-free, non-invasive technology. It’s called MeRT, or Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy. And it’s helped thousands optimize their brain performance — and their life.*
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The MeRT Approach to Brain Optimization
MeRT is a highly customized form of TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation), based on sophisticated diagnostic testing and analysis. This technology is painless, uses no medications, and works for a wide range of neurological conditions.
MeRT protocols start with a qEEG (quantitative EEG), which is also called brain mapping. The qEEG lets us see patterns of dysfunction that identify where your brain is not functioning optimally. This map then guides your individually tailored treatment.
The FDA-cleared equipment used in MeRT treatment generates magnetic waves that stimulate specifically targeted areas in your brain. As a result, we can improve overall brain communication and function. And that can significantly improve brain performance.*
Functionally, what’s happening is we’re reminding the brain where it wants to be, where it’s most comfortable. It’s tapping into our natural biological mechanism.
“Mother nature engineered us as healing organisms, whether it’s putting two ends of a broken bone together, allowing it to heal, or two ends of a wound together.
“In this case, sometimes our brain will get stuck in a frequency that it’s not comfortable at. And we’re just giving it that friendly reminder to go back… and giving it that stimulation where it can move back.
“Over time, if we get EEGs every two weeks, we can start seeing these changes. And then the body does most of the work for you.
“We’re not trying to overpower the brain with really high-power stimulus. It’s more of just a gentle reminder of where the brain needs to go, and then the body does a lot of the work for us.”
Could You Benefit from Brain Optimization Treatment?
Many people have times in their lives when they feel a bit overwhelmed and burned out. However, if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms on a more regular basis, chances are you are dealing with decreased brain performance:
- Poor concentration
- Lack of energy
- Feeling overwhelmed
- Brain fog
- Chronic fatigue
- Decreased motivation
- Reduced ability to handle stress
- Feeling dull or numb
- Memory issues
- Feeling like you’ve lost your competitive edge
If you think you may have decreased brain performance, there is hope. MeRT treatment can optimize your brain function.*
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* Results are based on active and strict observation of our regimens. Results may vary based on the individual user and are not guaranteed.
“We’re really seeking to balance the function of the brain.”
When you optimize the brain, the brain is seeking equilibrium, homeostasis, or a low energy state in which to operate. An aberrancy or dysfunction of the brain actually requires energy for the brain to kind of realign itself….
“And when you’re using that extra energy, it fatigues the brain. It makes the brain not operate optimally. And it makes you confused and tired, and lack understanding.
“It’s very similar to nutrition: If you don’t have the right nutrition, the balance just isn’t there. We’re really seeking to balance the function of the brain.”Dr. Spencer O. Miller, Medical Director and physician, Brain Treatment Partners Oklahoma
What to Expect
MeRT Treatment at Brain Treatment Partners Oklahoma
MeRT is a relatively new treatment, so you may have many questions as to whether it’s the right treatment for you. We understand, and we’re here to make it as easy as possible for you to get the information you need. We also know that this is not a light decision to make.
Your first step is as simple as a phone consultation with our New Patient Coordinator. You can discuss symptoms and history, ask all the questions you want, and have her explain the treatment in full. This includes all fees and protocols.
Once you decide to take the next step, we then set up two separate appointments. Each of these appointments will last 45 minutes to an hour. After this, we have an assessment period where the actual procedure and monitoring take place.
On your first appointment, we perform the qEEG and ECG/EKG. These tests are simple and painless and done right in our office. For the EEG, we place a cap on your head to measure the electrical activity in your brain. This will map out any areas which are not performing as they should. Additionally, in the EKG, we attach electrodes to your chest to record the heart’s electrical signals.
Once we perform the test, our team will carefully analyze the results. Based on this analysis, we develop a treatment plan customized to your specific condition and schedule your assessment period of treatment.
Your second appointment, after your qEEG/EKG, is a one-on-one consultation. You can do this either in person or virtually from the comfort of your home. We will discuss your test results and treatment protocols, answer any questions you may have, and let you know more about what to expect during your assessment period of treatment.
The next step is the Assessment Period, where we will perform a short period of treatment, followed by a new EEG to see how you are responding to the treatment. We determine progress based on the new EEG results and symptom improvements.
If there is a positive response to treatment during the assessment period, you will have likely noticed some improvements starting to take place. At that point, we will schedule additional MeRT treatment in two-week intervals.
At the end of every two weeks, we will perform a qEEG/EKG to monitor your progress. You will also have a consultation to confirm that changes are still showing on the testing.
Most conditions treated with MeRT provide noticeable and long-lasting results after four to eight weeks of treatment; however, each patient is different, and results may vary.
Dr. Miller is a well-respected and highly esteemed neurologist based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, who also currently sees patients in Oklahoma City and the surrounding area. His patients appreciate his compassionate and comprehensive approach to their brain health, and he genuinely cares about every patient who walks through his doors. Both Angie and Dr. Miller strive to make each patient feel comfortable and safe and treat everyone with the same standard of care as if they were family members.
Questions about MeRT for Brain Optimization?
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Our New Patient Coordinator is available to answer any questions that you may have about how MeRT can optimize your brain performance.
During your no-obligation consultation, she’ll take the time to listen to your concerns, answer your questions, explain costs, and put your mind at ease. She can also assist you in getting scheduled should you decide to move forward with treatment.
We understand what you may be going through, and our goal is to help guide you through the process with quality care in a warm and compassionate environment.
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