Posted by KaraS on June 22, 2005, at 3:14:09
In reply to Re: rEEG validation, posted by Cairo on June 21, 2005, at 21:12:12
> I'm having a very difficult time bringing up studies regarding the use of rEEG and medication response/prescribing. Most point back to Dr. Emory or the other listed on his website.
> Other than UCLA, is there anyone/place doing studies on the effectiveness of rEEG? I've raised the issue of it for my daughter who is a very tough case, but my husband wants to see institutional studies.
> Help, anyone? Thanks.
Unfortunately I can't help you. I couldn't find much info on this either. Dr. Emory told me that UCLA has its own version of rEEG now. I don't know what that's called but maybe they have more test results on their version. (Then again, even if they did, you might wonder about their subjectivity.) The problem is who is going to pay for a study of the efficacy of rEEG. Certainly not the drug companies who are only interested in promoting their own medications.
I decided to try it based on the little I read, the posts here from Dr. Hoffman and the anecdotal reports from someone who has gone through it (she also told me about 2 people she knows who got great results). The process makes sense to me intuitively and I'm so tired of just trying different things randomly. I decided that all of these things together were enough for me.