The MeRT℠ Approach

No two people are the same, even with similar symptoms.

It’s important to us that it’s understood we nuture each patient uniquely. Therapy begins by identifying where each individual’s brain is having difficulty communicating. These areas are then specifically nurtured to strengthen their functionality.

Depression Brain Patterns

Brainwave Oscillations as a Biomarker for Major Depression Disorder Risk

Patients with depression have a few markers which are noted and reported in EEG studies. Generally, there is an in-balance in brainwave activity between the left and the right hemispheres of the brain: this is known as asymmetry. Specifically, altered alpha and theta wave activity between left and right frontal hemispheres.

When we work with these types of brain patterns, we aim to identify these asymmetries and strengthen brainwave activity with the goal of reducing symptoms of depression for the patient.

How we help

Depression

“I felt like I was alone even though I was surrounded by love and care. It was just a cloud that would linger over my life every now and again. BTC helped me better understand what was going on in my head and after a month of treatment I was grateful to be depression free and medication free for the first time in my life.”

MeRT Patient

Depression

I couldn’t believe I had spent so many years feeling that way.

For me depression was the constant feeling of: “I want to quit” and retreat to my home, except I would already be home… MeRT helped me shed this feeling in less than 2 weeks. I couldn’t believe I had spent so many years feeling that way.

MeRT Patient

Depression

Learn what’s in your mind, to understand what’s on your mind

Patients with depression have a few markers noted and reported in EEG studies. Generally, there is an in-balance in brainwave activity between the left and the right hemispheres of the brain: this is known as asymmetry.