Videos: MeRT for Autism Treatment
Autism treatment with MeRT has produced some astonishing results. Learn more by watching these videos.
MeRT Featured on “The Doctors” TV Show
In this fascinating episode of The Doctors, a neurologist shares how MeRT works to reprogram electrical signals in the brain of patients with autism.
A mother also shares her incredible story about the results of MeRT treatment for her severely autistic daughter.
Watch this show to discover how MeRT treatment can provide new hope for parents who have tried everything for their child with ASD.
MeRT at the AutismOne Conference
The nonprofit organization AutismOne provides parents with a vast amount of information on autism and the many treatments available.
Each year, they hold a conference to share the latest information on autism treatment. In 2020, their conference featured a panel discussion about autism treatment with MeRT.
The discussion highlighted the effectiveness of MeRT treatment. Speakers included Dr. Sandy Lee, a board-certified pediatrician who has worked with hundreds of patients using MeRT and Alex Ring, a senior scientist at Wave Neuroscience.
The panel discussed:
- the MeRT process,
- how the qEEG maps the brain, and why this is key to the effectiveness of MeRT,
- images of brainwave activity before and after treatment,
- videos of patients before and after receiving MeRT,
- and much more.
Enjoy this information-packed video!
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