Objective and Expansive Measurement of the Brain and Cognition


The NeuralScan  is a cutting-edge, hardware and software system that allows an objective and functional measurement using electroencephalogram activity of the brain (EEG), electrocardiogram activity of the heart (ECG), visual and auditory processing speeds (evoked potentials), and a neuropsychological survey.

The NeuralScan system is a device designed to help physicians effectively measure biomarkers related to seizures, to memory loss, cognitive impairment, and other stress-related neurological conditions. A neuro-functional physiology report of the results is provided, data summary, raw data, and images.

The NeuralScan system is portable, easy-to-use, non-invasive, and pain-free. A physician is not required to operate the device and it is covered by most insurance plans with attractive reimbursements.

The NeuralScan system enables physicians to collect a patient’s neurophysiological biomarkers, which profile their neurological function. This allows the physician to gain additional clinical information vital to making a well-informed patient-care decision.

NeuralScan System

The NeuralScan advanced system, designed specifically for the non-neurologist physician, is a state-of-the-art hardware and software system that allows for an objective and expansive functional measurement of the brain and cognition. It facilitates early, continuous detection of changes in cognitive function and can be utilized as a diagnostic aid in the assessment of cognitive disorders. The software also provides quantitative information for informed medical, nutritional, and behavioral biofeedback interventions in order to optimize patient outcomes.

The standard system includes:
  • Workstation with an EEG 21-channel amplifier
  • Assessment and treatment software
  • Two reusable EEG caps
  • Package of cloud-based reports
    (one per patient)
  • Assessment and treatment supplies
  • Secure physician’s web portal access

Traditionally, cognitive impairment has been assessed through subjective tests, such as the Mini-Mental Status Examination (MMSE). Now, with this system, there is an objective tool to help identify and assess cognitive impairment.

The NeuralScan system provides an objective and expansive functional measurement of the brain and cognition by using multiple electrophysiological technologies combined into one portable, non-invasive, easy-to-use device in the office.

These technologies include:

  • Electroencephalography (EEG)
  • Electrocardiography (ECG)
  • Event-Related Potential (ERP)
  • eLoreta Source Analysis

The NeuralScan system provides clinicians with objective data that has a high degree of sensitivity in detecting subtle variations in brain activity and performance. The system can be used adjunctively with traditional, subjective clinical assessments in order to detect subtle abnormal deviations and any longitudinal changes that may otherwise go undetected when managing patients over time.

This system may be particularly effective in understanding a patient’s response to therapy during the earlier stages of pathology. Early identification of physiological changes and proper clinical intervention may delay the progression of the disease process. The system can provide valuable info for clinicians as they seek to objectively define a patient’s response to:

  • Pharmacological therapy
  • Nutritional supplementation
  • Behavioral therapy
  • Diet and exercise modifications
  • Neurotherapy

Practical Benefits:

  • May Improve clinical outcomes through early, objective assessment
  • Quick functional assessment in the office
  • Uses ANS/HRV, EEG, and ERP biomarkers
  • Allows initiation of effective treatment options, altering the path of the disease state
  • Empowers the physician to initiate necessary treatment early
  • Assesses pathology and Neuro/ANS effects in patients suffering from chronic pain
  • Assists with biofeedback interventions
  • Provides memory loss biomarkers to aid in diagnosis.