We’re three years past the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. And while we’re still learning about its after-effects, we now know that some of the lingering symptoms can be treated.
If you’ve had a mild case of the virus, chances are that you will recover fairly quickly and not have lasting effects. However, if you’ve had a moderate-to-severe case, and/or you’ve been hospitalized, it’s likely that you are experiencing some after-effects. These can include:
- PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder)
- Brain Fog
- Other cognitive problems
- Short-term memory issues
These after-effects can be debilitating, and some can last a long time. Plus, certain medical conditions can also extend recovery time. These include diabetes, asthma, or a compromised immune system.
However, we can help treat these after-effects at Brain Treatment Center Dallas. And we can do it without drugs, surgery, or any other invasive procedure.
MeRT for COVID-19 After-effects
While MeRT isn’t a cure for any damage COVID-19 may have done to the brain, it can help ease some of the pervasive symptoms originating from the brain. And these symptoms can linger as patients heal from the virus.
Additionally, COVID can cause inflammation in brain tissue — which MeRT treatment can also reduce.
Please note that we cannot see patients who are still testing positive for the virus. However, we are happy to see you once you have recovered from the acute phase of COVID-19, and are testing negative.
COVID-19 Affects Everyone Differently
Your brain is as unique as your fingerprint — and a virus will affect your brain differently than another person’s brain. That’s what makes our approach so revolutionary.
The MeRT protocols use brainwave analysis to isolate specific areas of the brain that are not functioning or communicating the way they should.
We then use this data to develop a targeted, personalized approach to bring about healthy brain communication.
This individualized treatment, using specialized equipment, gently stimulates distinct areas of your brain that may lead to improved function.
How Does MeRT Work to Relieve COVID-19 After-effects?
MeRT stands for Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy.
This emerging technology is non-surgical, non-invasive, and drug-free. In essence, we use MeRT to reprogram abnormal electrical signals in your brain to ultimately modify behavior.
We first obtain a qEEG, a diagnostic study that measures the pattern of electrical signals in your brain. This study not only tells us what is not functioning properly in your brain but also helps us determine how it should be operating.
Using this information, we then create a precision treatment protocol using TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation). This is a set of magnets placed on your scalp which send electrical signals back into your brain.
These gentle pulses cause re-organization of the brainwave signals, stimulating and organizing the function of neurons. This process is called neuromodulation.
Benefits from MeRT Treatment*
- Improved Sleep
- Increased Relaxation
- Better Concentration and Focus
- Improved Memory and Mental Clarity
- Decreased Pain
- Better Mood
- Increased Ability to Cope with Stress
- Increased attention span
- Improved sociability
- Increased motivation
- More clarity of thought
- Fewer cravings (such as drugs or alcohol)
- Improved emotional stability
- Increased ability to adapt to change
- Improved self-confidence and self-esteem
*Results and improvements are based on active and strict observation of our regimens. Results may vary based on the individual users and are not guaranteed.
Starting as a New Patient at the Brain Treatment Center Dallas
When you start as a new patient for COVID after-effects treatment, you will initially need two appointments, approximately two days apart. Each appointment will last about an hour.
These appointments will determine if Dr. Miller feels you can truly benefit from the MeRT program. If so, we will then develop a tailored treatment plan based on your test results.
Once you have done the testing and consultation, you are not obliged to begin treatment. This is something that you will determine once you have seen your test results and consulted with Dr. Miller.
First Appointment: Consultation and Testing
At the first appointment, we will go over your reasons for seeking help, your medical history, your health goals, and all of your symptoms. You will then have your initial testing with an EEG and an EKG. These are both completely painless and easy, done right in our office.
We then send your information and test results to our scientific and clinical teams. Together with Dr. Miller, they will carefully analyze the results and determine the current state and functioning of your brain.
We use a patented, scientific approach with the neurophysiological data gathered through testing to develop a highly customized treatment plan aimed at encouraging healthy brain communication and function.
Second Appointment: Consultation with Dr. Miller
At your second appointment, you will meet with Dr. Miller for a consultation. He will discuss your tests and whether he and our scientific team feel you can achieve results through our treatment protocol. This appointment will also give you the chance to get all your questions answered.
After your second appointment, Dr. Miller will develop your personal treatment plan and the protocols to be followed for the best results. At that point, you may discuss fees, length of treatment, and schedules, and then decide whether to go forward and schedule your treatment.
Contact Our New Patient Coordinator for More Information
When many patients come to see us, they have lost hope, as they don’t see any light at the end of the tunnel. This is particularly true when it comes to COVID-19 after-effects, as they can be incredibly difficult to deal with.
It’s rewarding as a practitioner to help so many people realize a much better “normal” and improved quality of life.
If you have questions or would like to discuss our treatment protocols, call us for a free consultation with our New Patient Coordinator.
She will take the time to listen and explain, and she can answer most questions. She will also discuss our protocols, scheduling, fees, and other information.
Please call us to get more information about how our clinic and Dr. Miller may help you and to schedule an initial screening to see if MeRT may be an option.
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