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Brain Arrythmia


Disruptions in brainwave activity manifest outwardly into daily neurocognitive symptoms.  Brain arrhythmia is believed by some to be at the root of many mental conditions — such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, sleep disorders, migraine, addiction, ADD/ADHD, autism, and more.  


Millions of Americans with diagnosed mental and physical health challenges related to brain function are subject to therapies that provide symptom management only.  


We aim to combat brain arrhythmia directly in order to optimize each individual’s brain function to the degree and specifications they personally require. 

We believe neuromodulation of the brain’s waveforms is possible, and  may provide patients with optimal results.


Daily treatment with PrTMS® is designed to assist brain waves in becoming re-aligned to a stable or more balanced state.

Brainwave Activity

Brainwave frequencies are measured in Hertz (Hz) and depending on what frequency your brain is operating at, you feel different levels of alertness.


For example, if your brain is operating at Delta speed (0.1-3 Hz), you are most likely sleeping. If you are operating at Gamma speed (31-100 Hz) you are experiencing the highest level of alertness and more than likely in a situation that requires it.


But the frequency we are most interested in is our Alpha frequency. This ranges from 8-12 Hertz and is the state in which the mind is awake, but relaxed. We focus on this resting state because, ideally, 80% of our waking hours are spent there.

Businessman using digital x-ray human brain interface with cell and neurons activity 3D re

In Sync

You can imagine your brain activity as a symphony orchestra – when all the musicians are playing in harmony, the result is beautiful music. However, if just one section or instrument is out of sync, it can result in disconnected or unpleasant noise. Similarly, if your brainwaves are operating at the wrong frequency, it can also result in ‘noise’ that causes symptoms.


In the simplest terms, brainwaves are disrupted when they become out of sync with one another. This can be depicted to the right as a flattened peak, multiple peaks, and/or a vast range of other discrepancies in wave formation – which all may mean very different things.

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