Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) is a lifelong developmental condition and is diagnosed in 1 in 20 Australian children. Individuals with ADHD experience a wide range of different presentations and degree of severity around attention and hyperactivity which interferes with learning and social relationships.
Given the implication of poor communication in neural activity in the brain of a child with ADHD, MeRT℠ begins by mapping your brain activity and identifying areas that may not be communicating effectively. With personalised protocols and an understanding that every individual is different, parts of the brain not communicating effectively are specifically nurtured to strengthen their functionality and recovery.
By synchronizing the brain or neural activity communication, individuals with ADHD can experience improvement in attention and concentration, eye contact, communication and learning, sociability, and adaptability*.
*Any result shown are based on active and strict observation of our regimens. Results may vary based on individual user and are not guaranteed.
There may be exceptions, but you will need to discuss your situation with the clinician.
Vagal Nerve Stimulator
VP Shunt/ Magnetic intracranial shunts
Deep Brain Stimulator implant
Epidural Cortical stimulator
Cranial metal fragments (i.e. shrapnel, excluding titanium)
Aneurysm clips, coils, pipeline flow diversion
Pregnant or breast feeding
Primary or metastatic brain cancer (unless palliative treatment brain cancer)
Magnetic dental implant
Relative Contraindications (requiring closer protocol attention, but not disqualifying someone from receiving cortical MeRT℠ therapy)
History of Seizure or seizure disorder
Spinal Cord Stimulator
Magnetic ink tattoo
Bipolar Disorder Type 1&2
Baha Implant Absolute
Absolute Contraindications for Peripheral MeRT℠ (This include ALL cortical MeRT℠ therapy contraindications, plus those listed below):
Steel screws or hardware (contraindicated for placement over ferrous material)
Any implanted electrical device