Research that specifically supports MeRT


Trauma Monthly

Magnetic Resonance Therapy Improves Clinical Phenotype and EEG Alpha Power in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Why is this important? MeRT showed statistically significant improvements (p<0.001) in PTSD Checklist-Military (PCL-M) in pre and post treatment scores. This was corroborated by quantitative-EEG findings demonstrating increased global alpha band power (p=0.013) and delta band decrease (p=0.028). These data show trends towards normalization of EEG and concomitant clinical improvements using MeRT stimulation for PTSD.


Aerospace Medical Association

Magnetic E-Resonant therapy alleviates combat related post-traumatic stress disorder

Why is this important? MeRT℠ may be a promising adjunctive treatment to help veterans suffering from PTSD.


American Association of Neurological Surgeons

Improved autism behaviors after noninvasive cerebral trans-magnetic stimulation using customized frequency modulation: follow-up mean 24 months

Why is this important? A chart review of ASD patients receiving MeRT℠ was performed on 141 patients. Clinical improvement was noted in the majority of patients – Class I research data is necessary to confirm this data.


Austin Publishing Group

The Potential of Magnetic Resonant Therapy in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Why is this important? MeRT℠ may be a therapeutic option to pursue given EEG abnormalities in children with ASD.


Society for Brain Mapping & Therapeutics

Noninvasive EEG-EKG guided trans-magnetic stimulation at natural resonance frequency in children with autism: randomized double-blinded pilot study

Why is this important? MeRT℠ may impart EEG and clinical changes in children with ASD, with more research necessary at this time.