Research & Resources

The MeRT℠ approach is based on powerful third-party research. 

Positive outcomes continue to emerge from Australian and international research in support of MeRT℠ Brain Treatment technology and its benefits. Below you’ll find peer-reviewed research that builds the foundation of our approach to brain therapy.

Research supporting MeRT℠

Aerospace Medical Association

Magnetic E-Resonant Therapy alleviates combat related post-traumatic stress disoder 

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

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Magnetic resonance therapy improves clinical outcomes in children with autism spectrum disorder  (ASD)

Why is this important? There is a growing consensus on the need for evidence on individualised non-invasive neuromodulation protocol in the form of MeRT℠ in improving clinical outcomes of children with ASD.

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Autism Publish 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.

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American Association of Neurological Surgeons

Improved autism behaviors after non-invasive brain transmagnetic stimulation using custom rate modulation: 24-month follow up

Why is this important? A review of the table of ASD patients receiving MeRT℠ (141 patients) was performed. Clinical improvement was observed in most patients: Class I research data is necessary to confirm these data.

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Society for Brain Mapping & Therapeutics

Noninvasive EEG-EKG trans-magnetic stimulation at natural resonance frequency in children with autism: randomsied 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.

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Trauma Monthly

Magnetic resonance therapy improves clinical phenotype and alpha power of EEG in post-traumatic stress disorder

Why is this important? Data suggests that non-invasive neuromodulation in the form of MeRT℠ Therapy may lead clinical improvements as well as trends towards normalization of EEG.

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CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics

Effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on children with low‐function autism

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a very complex neurodevelopmental disorder, characterized by social difficulties and stereotypical or repetitive behavior. Some previous studies using low‐frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) have proven of benefit in ASD children.

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Other MeRT℠ Supporting Documents

Results Poster

Preliminary Cases of Guided Neuromodulation in Australian Patients with PTSD 

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Documents Supporting EEGs


The Speed of Alpha-Band Oscillations Predicts the Temporal Resolution of Visual Perception 

Why is this important? Brainwave speed and specific function relates to processing speed.

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EEG Analytics for Early Detection of Autism Spectrum Disorder: A data-driven approach

Why is this important? Brain mapping shows high predictability of Autism.

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Dementia & Neuropsychologia

Traumatic brain injury An EEG point of view 

Why is this important? Brain mapping shows general disruption in function in traumatic brain injury.

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Supporting News and Articles

Broken Brain Podcast

A New Way to Treat PTSD, Concussions, and Traumatic Brain Injuries with Dr. Erik Won


NBC Sports

Nick Hardwick on Taking Proactive Approach to Brain Health

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Defense One

Electric Therapy is Curing Navy SEALs of PTSD … and Could Remake Brain Science 

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Global Special Operation Forces Foundation

A Unique Treatment for SOF Veterans with TBI and PTSD

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