qEEG as an adjunctive test in PTSD and other diagnostic quandaries
by Jay Gunkelman - January 31, 2013
PTSD may be as mis-diagnosed as many other psychiatric conditions, and objective testing is not the rule in psychiatry for diagnosis or for selecting treatment option.
More recently the use of EEG/qEEG in evalluatibng post traumatic stress cases has added some objectivity to the evaluation, and it also helps direct the PTSD clients to an appropriate treatment match. The link below shows current media coverage of these emerging applications for EEG/qEEG. Enjoy this clip.