MeRT Treatment for ADHD: A Hopeful Path

mert-treatment-for-adhd-a-hopeful-pathAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a chronic condition that affects the brain’s ability to pay attention, control behavior, and focus on tasks. ADHD affects 9.8% of children ages 3-17 in the United States. ADHD is usually treated with medication or therapy. However, other promising options are available, including Magnetic EEG-guided Resonance Therapy or MeRT.

As a certified Brain Treatment Center in Worthington, Ohio, we will discuss MeRT, our patented, personalized technology for managing your child’s condition. The therapy is non-invasive and painless, taking less than an hour per session. While it’s not a cure for ADHD, it can help treat symptoms like difficulty focusing, restlessness, impulsivity, and poor organizational skills.

This treatment begins with a brain evaluation and uses electromagnetic fields to help stimulate the brain and reduce symptoms of ADHD. The treatment works by stimulating the brain’s natural electrical field, which is especially helpful for patients who have not responded well to other treatments or have never tried any form of therapy before.

The effects of this treatment have been proven through clinical trials: patients who received the therapy had better focus and attention spans than those who did not receive it. It’s also more effective than other treatments like medication because it addresses the root cause of ADHD—a problem with brain function—rather than just treating symptoms like activity levels.

If your child or loved one has been diagnosed with ADHD, and you’re finding ways to improve their quality of life, look no further than Brain Treatment Center – Columbus.

Visit our website at for more information on our treatments and have a free consultation with our Brain Treatment Clinic in Ohio today.

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