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The MEG Procedure


The magneto-encephalograph, or MEG, uses two technologies that are already familiar to you - MRI and PET - to scan the brain for memories.

The MEG can do in a few minutes, what conventional psychotherapy can only hope to accomplish in years. For many patients, it offers an effective treatment for phobias, schizophrenia, multiple personality, and other disorders.

The procedure is simple.

First, we pinpoint the location of the memories we need to eliminate.

You'll receive an injection of glucose containing a small amount of radioactive Carbon-14, which will mark the areas in the brain that are active.

The MEG arms will rotate, emitting harmless, painless magnetic beams. The magnetic field will depolarize the synapses in the brain, providing easier access to repressed memories.

It is like regression under hypnosis, but much more precise and short-lived. As we guide you with questions related to your particular case, the radioactive glucose will collect in whatever area of the brain is active, enabling us detect the precise location of the unwanted memory - called the locus.

Now comes the most critical part of the procedure. The ablation phase. We need to destroy the cells where the memory is stored--and only those cells.

We accomplish this with RF ablation. We use two narrow beams of radio frequency. As they intersect over the locus, their combined energy damages the cells, permanently eliminating any record of the unwanted memory.

It is that simple. The procedure may need to be repeated if the area affected is large. You will go home within a day or two.

If the MEG procedure is successful, you will probably no longer need conventional psychotherapy or medications.

Your healthcare provider will continue to monitor the results of your cure during office visits that will be scheduled...