What Our Clients Say about NeuroGuide EEG/qEEG...
I use NeuroGuide extensively
and have greatly appreciated its versatility, and ability through remontaging to
obtain very detailed analysis of EEG patterns. It has helped greatly in
developing neurofeedback protocols. Keep up its excellent development.
Joel F. Lubar Ph.D. BCIA-Senior
Fellow, Professor, University of Tennessee
NeuroGuide is the tool we use for QEEG analysis.
It has tremendous depth with all the available modules, making its use
applicable for clinical as well as research purposes. Our questions are
always answered that same day and the product just keeps getting better and
Daniel A. Hoffman, M.D.
Neuropsychiatrist and Medical Director, Neuro-Therapy Clinic, P.C.
NeuroGuide is indeed a wonderful program with exceptional utility in diagnosing
and treating a wide variety of neuropsychological conditions.
It is remarkably detailed and helpful in zeroing in on subtle pathologies
that might well be missed without it.
Alfred Collins, Ph.D. - Anchorage, AK
NeuroGuide is the progessive technical standard in
quantitative electroencephalography, and the support is first rate. The
rapid enhancements of successive versions leaves me little motivation to tinker
with its functionality and let me focus instead on what it tells me about
Cary Hamlin M.D. - Long Valley, NJ
Again, I want to also express my appreciation as a busy clinician and NeuroGuide
user for the ongoing enthusiasm with which NeuroGuide developed into this
exquisite clinical tool, and always provide ongoing technical support. It
is unmatched in this industry.
Robert E. McCarthy, Ph.D., LPC, CCMHC, MAC, BCIA-EEG - Myrtle
NeuroGuide's ease of use is second to none. The
reliability of the software is excellent with the capability to customize
analytic functions and conduct pre and post-treatment statistical comparisons.
Quite simply, it allows the clinician to understand and treat brain dysfunction
in a way that would otherwise be impossible. I applaud the extensive work
that has gone into making this the premier technology of its kind.
Kyle Bonesteel, Ph.D. Director, NeuroHealth
Associates and Assistant Professor of Neurology, Loyola University Medical
Center, Chicago, Il
I continue to be amazed at how user friendly NeuroGuide is and I'm impressed
with the new features that continue to evolve. Whether one is a beginner,
an intermediate user or an advanced clinician it's equally easy to use.
Mary Ross, Ph.D., Denton, Texas
am very happy with the results. The report format is very user friendly and
allows the clinician to edit with great ease and facility. Again, it is my
pleasure to be affiliated with you and your colleagues. I applaud the
contributions that you're making to the field neuroscience.
Perri Johnson, Ph.D.
the past two years I have inched my way into the Neuroguide family. I have felt
held in your kindness, your brilliant way of attending to many of the profound
complexities of how NG helps us to understand the immensely amazing brain of our
Salvatore Barba, Ph.D.
Without the database, the ANI user-friendly statistical analysis
software, and the list serve education, I would've given up on NFB many years
ago. These critical developments provided me a basis to validate clients'
complaints, a basis for appropriate referrals to other specialists, a basis to
clarify what we don't know, and yet still offer a collaborative strategy of
clinical hypothesis testing and intervention. Absolutely elegant.... and made
it absolutely impossible to go back to the old behavioral health paradigm.
These continue to be exciting times and we all certainly back your vision and
efforts to seek better quality tools and software to improve clinical efficiency
Cecilia Alailma, M.D.
Always, I'm feeling a tremendous 'thank you' for everything i have learned (am
learning, will learn) in this completely new and multi-dimensional phase of my
career, with the core and foundation being what i learn through you and your
Rusty Turner, M.D.
you for the offer about the seminars. Really kind and generous. You must feel
good about the developments you have brought about in the neuroscience field.
Just look at what you have done for people. Amazing work.
Catherine Ruckert. Ph.D.
I would like
to thank you for the wonderful workshop in Munich. It was well structured, well
balanced with science and practical information and in short I learned quite a
bit. Finally, I would like to thank you for opening up a new world in
psychiatry. The Neuroguide is the future and now that all drug companies are
getting out of psychopharmacology there is something that will take its place.
On top of that it is much more effective and I believe will help more people
live better more productive lives than being shackled by drugs.
I always tell my patients that the ability we have with
NeuroGuide is something I hoped to see in my lifetime but I didn't dream it
would come so fast. Keep up the great work.
Kurt Kuhn, Ph.D.
the new version. I really like this update!! Brainsurfer is looking great and
I really like the ability to look at Phase Lock and Phase Shift metrics in
LORETA. This is another game changer. Excellent!!
Dogris, Ph.D., BCN
far I have completed about 80 automatic reports, it has made my reporting more
efficient. Highly recommended
nitty-gritty of multi- thread programming is not for the faint-of-hart and I
would like to take this occasion to congratulate Bob and the whole ANI
programming team with this job exceptionally well done. The Brain Network
Viewer (BNV) is a unique tool that offers the clinician a detailed analysis of
common brain networks and link topologic connectivity to symptomology. I
consider it a very important step ahead as a true window on the brain. It was
Hans Berger who once said: ....." may I succeed and develop the EEG, a window on
What Bob and
ANI has done goes way beyond the wildest dreams of Hans Berger.
I hope the
day will come that the world of clinical psychiatry discovers and fully
appreciates the gem that ANI so generously provides.
Georges Otte, M.D., Verstuurd door
I love what applied
neuroscience produces. I feel like it's the gold standard that I can compare
psychological, behavioral, and neuroscientific definitions and information
to. For example, the Brodmann areas and lobe clinical definition on the
"linking symptoms and functional specialization in the brain" page is so
helpful to have things easily understood and generalized. Applied
neuroscience is such a great access point for resources for those who are
knowledgeable in the field and those who need it broken down :)
MA in Neuroscience and Neuropsychology
Director of NeuroPlay Brain Training