2nd FREE Webinar: Brain mapping in ADHD subtypes identification. How we can use this information.Alex Mitsar
You are welcome to join MITSAR x iBrain 2nd FREE webinar with Olga Kara, PhD.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a big social problem as a lot of children have it. The origin of ADHD is genetic mechanisms, organic brain damage, and psychosocial factors. Children and adolescents suffering from ADHD are characterized by restlessness, distraction, hyperactivity, impulsivity, poor school performance, fatigue. These symptoms may be the result of reduction of activation level of frontal cortex in combination with dysfunction of non-specific trunk structures and midbrain.An integrated approach to the diagnosis of ADHD involves an objective quantitative assessment of the symptoms using both clinical and neurophysiologic, psychological, psychophysiological diagnostic methods.Neurophysiologic diagnosis of ADHD children is carried out with the help of electroencephalographic examination methods (QEEG).
Our 1st QEEG and brain mapping introduction webinar was recorded and published on YouTube.
You will receive ZOOM link by e-mail a few days prior to the event.