A functional disorder causes physical or emotional discomfort and/or intellectual inability to perform one’s responsibilities though the individual/s had the capacity to perform the same in the recent past. It has no deductible organisms/microbes though diagnostic tests and therefore conventional diagnostic procedures often fail to recognize the underlying cause. These can be seen as disorders where the mind and the body, for various reasons, stop functioning properly. The plausible way out of this is to do a complete Brain Map or a QEEG, a ANS (Autonomic Nervous System) assessment and a basic biology test that gives us a clue into the plausible causes for the functional disorders.
The brain produces electrical potential. Though the voltage is often 1/millionth of a volt, this can be recorded, measured and compared using sophisticated equipment.
This is called Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG) and is the measurement of electrical patterns at the surface of the scalp that reflect cortical activity, commonly referred to as “brainwaves” and is also termed as “Brain Mapping”. This multi-channel digital data is statistically analyzed, comparing values with “normative” database. The processed EEG is converted into color topometric maps as well as various tables. This data is used for doing Brain Function Assessment (BFA), which, in turn, is used in Brain Function Training (BFT).
Other than QEEG we also have a quantitative test for the ANS (Autonomic Nervous System) and a Bio-Chemical Assessment (a complete test of 11 test) to understand how all the 10 systems are working individually and collectively forms the basis of BFA (Brain Function Assessment)
Based on the BFA (Brain Function Assessment), brain function training plans are custom-designed as per individual needs and requirements. BFT addresses particular issues that need to be paid attention to, Medha uses a non-invasive brain technique that normalizes brain function. “Normalizing” brain function enables the self-regulatory capability of the brain to adapt to different situations and circumstances by what, in general, is taken as an acceptable behavior in society.