February 26, 2024
Brain Mapping For Tick-Borne Disease
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About the Event
A qEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram) is a diagnostic tool that measures electrical activity in the form of brain wave patterns. It is sometimes referred to as “brain mapping.”
Brain waves are the rhythmic electrical impulses generated when the millions and millions of neurons inside your head communicate with each other. Brain waves can reveal important information about your overall brain function, including stress levels, thought patterns, and emotions. A qEEG can reveal brain wave patterns that are associated with impulsivity, cognitive inflexibility, anxiety, and other symptoms.
This webinar will feature expert Dr. Robert Hedaya, as he discusses how he has advanced his neuropsychiatric practice by using this method and how it applies to tick-borne disease patients.
About the Guest
Dr. Robert Hedaya, MD, ABPN, DLFAPA, IFMCP, is a caring doctor who is devoted to restoring each of his patients to health. He gets to know each patient thoroughly – psychologically and medically. Dr. Hedaya has been at the cutting edge of medical practice, psychiatry, and psychopharmacology since 1979. He has decades of clinical training and experience, is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and is certified as proficient in psychopharmacology by The American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology. Dr. Hedaya acquired specialized training in psychiatry at the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr. Hedaya is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical Center, where has been awarded the “Teacher of the Year” while teaching courses on Affective Disorders, Cognitive Therapy and PNIE (Psycho-neuro-Immuno-endocrinology).
About the Sponsors
Our mission is to eradicate the epidemic of tick-borne diseases through awareness and education, support of cutting-edge science, and advocacy for solutions to end the suffering. As a national Lyme disease non-profit, we aim to positively impact patients’ lives through our work.