The Clinical NeuroCoach® Training System for Brain Repair helps repair and train the brain to become flexible, resilient and maximize brain performance under stress for those with Traumatic Brain injuries.
Mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBIs) can lead to lingering changes in an individual’s cognitive performance, often resulting in debilitating and far-reaching consequences in daily life and adaptive cognitive functioning. Of note, PTSD and substance abuse are often faced due to the brain’s inability to cope or adapt to the loss of this cognitive function.
The NeuroCoach® Training System for Brain Repair uses behaviorally correlated EEG metrics to measure neuroplasticity changes. These metrics are based on the NeuroCodeX® evaluation and brain map, as well as a Predictive Analytics Report (PAR). These Neuroelectric markers, assessments and reports provide insights into how the individual brain networks perform separately as well as within integrated brain systems.
For the clinician, these reporting processes provide foundational insights needed for targeted treatment. For the patient, these insights help explain the why behind actions, reactions and cognitive states.
Of equal importance, the NeuroCoach-CogCheck loop provides evidence-based measures for rehabilitation methods and the changes and outcomes that are acquired during the NeuroCoach® Brain Repair Training process.