Twenty-six subjects with a variety of medical disorders were studied pre- and post-LENS neurotherapy treatment utilizing the Central Nervous System Questionnaire and a quantitative EEG (QEEG). Significant differences were found on seven of eight CNS scales with the emotions scale showing the greatest change. Significant changes were also found in the QEEG scores with Delta and Theta frequencies improving the most. Three sites (T4, C4, and CZ) showed the greatest changes of the 19 sites studied. Examination of the relationship between the measures showed a significant relationship. Discussion of possible mechanisms of change and neuroplasticity conclude the paper.

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