Advanced PTSD Treatment Can Help You Move Past The Trauma For Good
A new, non-invasive, drug-free treatment for PTSD is now available at BrainCare Performance Center in Orlando, FL.
PTSD Treatment: “Nothing short of a miracle.”Scot’s PTSD made him think he was going crazy. And people around him thought so, too. They didn’t understand why he’d be okay one minute and out of control the next. They didn’t want to be around him for fear of what he might do. He didn’t blame them—because he didn’t understand it himself. A retired Army Delta Force operator, Scot had been in some terrifying situations. But nothing felt as terrifying to him as not knowing what was wrong with him, or how to fix it. He tried everything, from traditional medicine to psychotherapy to hyperbaric chambers. But nothing made him feel any better. Then Scot heard about the Brain Treatment Center. He figured he had nothing to lose. And just two months after treatment, he felt like he had a whole new brain. “I consider the healing I experienced to be nothing short of a miracle,” he said. PTSD doesn’t just affect those who have served in the military; it can affect anyone. And it can be debilitating. According to the American Psychiatric Association, PTSD affects around 3.5 percent of US adults every year. And an estimated one in 11 people will be diagnosed with PTSD in their lifetime. But there is hope. It’s called MeRT or Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy. It’s non-invasive, drug-free, and lasting. And it’s had some spectacular results when treating PTSD.* * Results are based on active and strict observation of our regimens. Results may vary based on the individual user and are not guaranteed.
The MeRTsm Approach to PTSD TreatmentMeRT, or Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy, combines three procedures:
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation(TMS, an FDA cleared therapy),
- Quantitative Electroencephalogram (qEEG), and
- Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG).
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Think you might have PTSD?Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health disorder that occurs after a traumatic event. That event may involve a real or perceived threat of injury or death. This can include:
- a natural disaster like an earthquake or tornado
- military combat
- physical or sexual assault or abuse
- an accident
PTSD SymptomsHere are some possible symptoms you may experience with PTSD:
- Depression or a generally negative outlook
- Anxiety and panic attacks
- Flashbacks to the event
- Inability to sleep or repeated nightmares about the traumatic event
- Avoiding people, places, or events that remind you of the trauma
- Difficulty concentrating/memory problems
- Doing things that could be self-destructive or reckless
- Emotional numbness or being cut off from your feelings
- Being easily upset, angered, irritable, or exhibiting aggressive behavior
- Hyper-alertness to sounds
- Feeling jumpy or easily startled
- Thoughts of suicide
Benefits* from Treating PTSD with MeRTAccording to patients, MeRT treatment can be life-changing.* Benefits can include:
- More relaxed, less anxiety
- Better sleep and increased sleep duration
- Increased attention span
- Reduction of stress symptoms
- Better concentration and focus
- Less pain
- Increased emotional stability
- Mood improvement
- Increased motivation
- Improved ability to cope with stress
- More self-confidence and self-esteem
How to Find Out More About PTSD Treatment with MeRTMeRT is a relatively new treatment, so you may have many questions as to whether it’s the right treatment for your PTSD. We understand, and we’re here to make it as easy as possible for you to get the information you need. We also know that this is not a light decision to make. Your first step is as simple as a phone consultation with our New Patient Coordinator. You can discuss symptoms and history, ask all the questions you want, and have her explain the treatment in full. This includes all fees and protocols.
MeRT Treatment for PTSD: What to ExpectOnce you decide to take the next step, we then set up two separate appointments. Each of these appointments will last 45 minutes to an hour. After this, we have an assessment period where the actual procedure and monitoring take place.
EEG TestingOn your first appointment, we perform the qEEG and ECG/EKG. These tests are simple and painless and done right in our office. For the EEG, we place a cap on your head to measure the electrical activity in your brain. This will map out any areas which are not performing as they should. Additionally, in the EKG, we attach electrodes to your chest to record your heart’s electrical signals. Once we perform the tests, our team will carefully analyze the results. Based on this analysis, we develop a treatment plan customized to your specific condition and schedule your assessment period of treatment.
ConsultationYour second appointment, after your qEEG/EKG, is a one-on-one consultation. You can do this either in person or virtually from the comfort of your home. We will discuss your test results and treatment protocols, answer any questions you may have, and let you know more about what to expect during your assessment period.
Assessment PeriodIn this step, we will perform a short period of treatment, followed by a new EEG to see how you’re responding to the treatment. We determine progress based on the new EEG results compared to the initial one done, and we look at symptom improvements. If there is a positive response to treatment during the assessment period, you will have likely noticed some improvements starting to take place. At that point, we will schedule additional MeRT treatment in two-week intervals. At the end of every two weeks, we will perform a qEEG/EKG to monitor your progress; you will have a consultation to confirm that changes are still showing on the testing. Most conditions treated with MeRT provide noticeable and long-lasting results after four to eight weeks of treatment; however, each patient is different, and results may vary.
Founder and Medical Director
Gilbert Mbeo, MD is a triple board-certified physician who specializes in Neurology, NeuroIntensive Care, and Interventional Pain Management, with over 13 years of experience providing evidence-based, high-quality care to patients with acute neurological needs including acute stroke, neuromuscular respiratory failure, status epilepticus, and brain and spinal cord trauma.
Dr. Mbeo is a Neurointensivist, meaning that not only does he have an in-depth understanding of neurology and neurological conditions, but his expertise is in the care of critically ill neurologic patients with acute brain, spine, and neuromuscular disorders. This specialty is also referred to as neurologic intensive care, critical care neurology, and neurocritical care. After learning about the brain healing effects of neuromodulation Dr. Mbeo established the Brain Treatment Center Orlando in order to use interventions like cognitive rehabilitation, Magnetic Resonance Therapy (MeRT), and transcranial magnetic stimulation as non-invasive treatment options for an array of neurological conditions.
Contact Our New Patient Coordinator for More InformationOur New Patient Coordinator is available to answer any questions that you may have about how MeRT can help you. She’ll take the time to listen to your concerns, answer your questions, explain costs, and put your mind at ease. She can also assist you in getting scheduled should you decide to move forward with treatment. We understand what you may be going through, and our goal is to help guide you through the process with quality care in a warm and compassionate environment. Many MeRT clinicians and technicians have gone through treatment themselves. As a result, they know first-hand what this treatment can do. That’s why they’re passionate about helping you to heal.
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