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April 2017

Lecture: Inclusive Medical Approach with EEG & QEEG Features Predict Catecholamine Response in Idiopathic Genetic Epilepsies (IGE);
SBMT Annual Meeting, Los Angeles Millennial Biltmore, April 18, 2017


Lecture: Neuroplasticity in Medical Illnesses and Psychiatric Syndromes;;
SBMT Annual Meeting, Los Angeles Millennial Biltmore, April 20, 2017


November 2016

Glycaemic Co< (Journal of Diabetes & Vascular Research Disease. DOI: 10.1177/1479164116675492)


March 2016

Monoamine Oxidase Inhibition in a Patient With Type I Diabetes and Depression Emory H. and Mizrahi, N, // (Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. DOI: 10.1177/1932296816638106)


January 2016

Dr. Hamlin Emory Speaks in Washington State - Finding and Fixing Unrecognized Brain Differences
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Fall 2015

Actor Dick Van Dyke publishes a book entitled, "Keep Moving and Other Tips and Truths About Aging," in which he describes his treatment by Dr. Hamlin Emory.
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Spring 2015

Quantitative EEG and Current Source Density Analysis of Combined Antiepileptic Drugs and Dopaminergic Agents in Genetic Epilepsy W. Hamlin Emory, Christopher Wells and Neptune Mizrahi. // (Accepted for publication Spring 2015)


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  • Most of the human brain's energy is expended on automatic or instinctive brain-body interactions that keep us alive and allow us to adapt to changing external conditions.
  • This recent breakthrough in neuroscience directs a new clinical approach that links treatment with each person's brain physiology.
  • Years ago, Dr. Emory's experience as a psychiatrist convinced him that some patients had unrecognized illnesses. Initially, the only way to obtain physical evidence on a patient was to monitor their automatic physical functions to find clues about their
    automatic brain activity. Exploring EEG and
    quantitative EEG (QEEG) data in patients who
    weren't improving, he developed a
    comprehensive physical approach - a
    "Brain1stTM" model - to improving and
    resolving each patients' distress. His model
    includes a medical and neurobiological
    assessment, relevant lab values and EEG &
    quantitative EEG (QEEG).

Medical/Neurobiological Assessment:
Comprehensive information is collected from
each person's medical history, including data
that may not be considered significant in other
medical, psychiatric or psychological practices.

Laboratory Values, including EEG/QEEG data:
To rule out certain medical conditions that
complicate treatment if unrecognized.

An EEG is obtained, measured [Quantitative
EEG] and compared to QEEG measures in a database of
healthy persons of the same age. Each person's EEG pattern and QEEG measures are matched with patients who had like physical findings, similar EEG measures and whose medication responses are already known. This unique, integrative approach decreases the incidence of negative responses to medication and increases the probability that treatment will be compatible and effective.

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