At Metro-NBI, we provide an array of testing modalities to help facilitate your ongoing treatment including QEEGs, Computerized Neuropsychiatric Testing, and Quotient Testing for ADHD.
We offer these options to ensure that all resources are used to optimize the diagnosis and treatment process.
Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG) "Brain Mapping" is a technique of taking EEG data and producing a visual map of the types and locations of rhythms in a brain.
This helps the provider objectively look at the electrical activity of a patient’s brain and compares it to other patients their age, which in turn can give providers a more accurate basis for a diagnosis.
Computerized neuropsychiatric testing provides a combination of different assessments that assist the provider in objectively clarifying the patient's diagnosis.
Symptoms in mental health overlap a great deal so it is often hard to discern causation. As providers want to prescribe the most appropriate and effective treatment for symptoms, these tests can helps them make the best decisions.
The Quotient ADHD System collects and reports objective and accurate data on hyperactivity, impulsivity and inattention. Providers integrate the Quotient ADHD Test report with information from other assessment tools and clinical evaluation to guide treatment decisions.
Historically, ADHD has been challenging to diagnose because many assessment tools rely on subjective information from parents and teachers, in addition to clinical evaluation.The Quotient ADHD System accurately measures motion, analyzes shifts in attention states, and reports quantitative data related to the core symptom domains of ADHD.