This paper helps to underscore the value of Quantitative EEG (QEEG) assessment in the differentiation of memory loss conditions, specifically Alzheimer's, Frontotemporal and Vascular dementia which are the most prevalent forms in our population. It is critically important to be able to corretly identify the nature of someone's symptoms so that specific measures can be employed to rhelp them recover. Our work with neurofeedback and photobiomodulation has been able to markedly improve patients' cogntiive and behavioral functioning specifically becuase we used the QEEG customize treatment to their particular neurophysiological and functional deficits. It also helps to clarify that the QEEG and neurofeedback training are therapeutic in terms of improving neural connectivity but are not tissue-level interventions like photobiomodulation. The combined use of these tools is what we see as the most effective intervention strategy currently available especially when combined with functional and integrative biomedical protocols, e.g., RECODE and Bredesen treatment programs.
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