To be able to record the desired improvements, we recommend a minimum of 11 BM-BCI neural training sessions. However, it is worth remembering that the process of augmenting neural performance is a dynamic and fully personalized one, as a result, both the frequency and the number of training sessions can vary depending on the needs identified with each client.
300 EURO/ session
Quantitative electroencephalogram (qEEG) is the digitized quantitative analysis of cortical dipoles that reflect neuronal activity and can be called “brain waves”.
Quantitative electroencephalogram (qEEG)
It is a procedure that collects the EEG activity from a multi-electrode record using a computer. Digital data are statistically analyzed, comparing the values recorded with the ‘normative’ reference values of some databases.
Brain Computer Interface
A Brain-Computer Interface (BCI), sometimes called a neural control interface (NCI), a mind-machine interface (MMI), a direct neural interface (DNI), or a brain-machine interface (BMI), is a direct communication pathway between the brain and an external device.
It is the operation by which the client optimizes his brain wave template using the technology and instructions provided by the Veruvis® team.
What does the BM-BCI training program involve?
The BM-BCI neural training program requires, in the first instance, the completion of one or more evaluations of the following: an initial admission interview with a Veruvis center trainer, self-report evaluations, computerized continuous performance testing, psychophysiological evaluation and/or quantitative electroencephalogram [qEEG] (also known as “Brain Map”).
After a trainer’s interpretation of the test results, a feedback and communication session on the test results will be organized to review the information and discuss the training recommendations. The BM-BCI trainer will lead the initial preparations, orientation sessions and BM-BCI workouts.