Rehabilitation & Training

Neurological rehabilitation needs to be tailored to individual brains, not clusters of symptoms. Behavioral therapy, if you think about it, is kind of cruel: why put someone on a behavioral program, when behavior is really an expression of the problem, not the problem.
One way of adressing directly the problem is neurofeedback, but its use is largely reduced because of the training it requires, and the cost of the material.
With Spectre's platform and software, we will be completely to partially assisted from the processing of the brain imaging, to the interpretation and the rehabilitation protocols definition.

How does it work?

Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback in which an individual's neuronal activity is measured and presented to them in real time (in different forms: sound, image, etc.). The aim of this method is for the individual to be able to self-regulate his neuronal activity supposed to underlie a specific behavior or pathology. In this way, over time, the participant is able to learn how to voluntarily control the activation of their cerebral cortex in order to regulate their cognition or problematic behaviors.

A gradual assistance

Whether you're already a neurofeedback expert or not, you will be able to choose between standard protocols already defined in the scientific litterature, or set every single parameter for your protocols.

Standard health  protocols

The standard health and cognitive protocols we offer are scientifically-based and we share the litterature on demand.
Health protocols allow to reduce symptoms linked to ADHD, ASD, Depression, Anxiety, Alcoolism, Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries, Migraines, PTSD, and Insomnia.

Standard cognitive protocols

As for health protocols, only type IV and V scientific litterature have been considered in order to select the rehabiliation protocols we offer.
Cognitive protocols allow the recovery for attentional disorders (i.e. attention span, time reaction, neglect, etc.) and neurovisual disorders (i.e. hemianopia, etc.).
For a review, see Saj et al., 2021.