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Brain Optimization

Breakthrough Treatment to Optimize Brain Performance

Non-Invasive and Drug-Free MeRT Treatment

What is Brain Optimization? Simply put, it’s a way to improve your overall brain performance so you can improve your life. So, what dulls brain performance? Chronic stress, health issues, injuries, and the process of aging are some examples.

Whether you’re in business, in sports, in a creative pursuit, or in any other area, you rely on your brain to achieve the results you desire. And when you’re used to your brain functioning at a high level, it can be incredibly frustrating when it doesn’t operate that way.

Now, we have that solution. It’s called MeRT, or Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy. 

Fortunately, Dr. Jennifer J. Sosnowski delivers this powerful new technology right here at MVP Medical Care.   MeRT is drug-free, non-invasive, and can achieve life-changing results.*

Simply stated, MeRT uses a magnetic field to stimulate and balance brain function. And it can result in successes like this:

After doing some research, I decided to try MeRT therapy with MVP Medical Care. Due to my highly stressful sales job, I wanted help to alleviate stress, decrease my anxiety, and improve my sleep. I’ve tried several modalities to optimize my brain health, but this is the first that has been very effective after only 4 weeks. My sleep has improved, my ability to cope with stress has improved, and my anxiety has decreased. Overall, I am very satisfied with the MeRT therapy and my results. I have recommended MVP Medical Care to many of my family members!” – Roman K.

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MeRT: A Drug-free, Non-invasive Treatment for Brain Optimization

Your brain is as unique — as unique as your fingerprints. With MeRT, we take that into account and customize your treatment protocol specifically for you. In so doing, we can restore and optimize brain communication to make it more organized and in sync. 

MeRT combines comprehensive testing with a quantitative EEG (brain mapping) to determine the exact frequency of your brain. This will show any imbalance in brainwave activity. We then use TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation, an FDA-cleared therapy) to strengthen healthy brainwave activity.

Your treatment plan will be unique to your specific brainwave patterns: it’s highly individualized as to frequency and location, based on initial testing and evaluation. And in many cases, this treatment has greatly improved brain performance.* 

*results can vary from patient to patient and are not guaranteed

“It’s tapping into our natural biological mechanism.”

Functionally, what’s happening is we’re reminding the brain where it wants to be, where it’s most comfortable. It’s tapping into our natural biological mechanism.”

“Mother nature engineered us as healing organisms, whether it’s putting two ends of a broken bone together, allowing it to heal, or two ends of a wound together.”

“In this case, sometimes our brain will get stuck in a frequency that it’s not comfortable at. And we’re just giving it that friendly reminder to go back… and giving it that stimulation where it can move back.”

“Over time, if we get EEGs every two weeks, we can start seeing these changes. And then the body does most of the work for you.”

“So, we’re not trying to overpower the brain with really high-power stimulus. It’s more of just a gentle reminder of where the brain needs to go, and then the body does a lot of the work for us.”

Dr. Erik Won, President and Chief Medical Offer of Wave Neuroscience, spoke about how MeRT works on the Broken Brain Podcast.

What are Some Symptoms of Decreased Brain Performance?

If you think you may be experiencing lowered brain performance, then review the following symptoms:


  • Lack of energy
  • Reduced ability to handle stress
  • Burnout
  • Poor concentration
  • Decreased motivation
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Depression/anxiety
  • Brain fog
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Dullness or numbness
  • Memory issues
  • Feeling like you’ve “lost your edge”


If one or more of these symptoms are causing you difficulty, we have a solution: Brain Optimization with MeRT.


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Brain Optimization Treatment in Scottsdale, AZ

What to Expect on your First Visit

Starting as a new patient at MVP Medical Care initially involves two appointments, each lasting about 45 minutes to an hour. Your first appointment is for testing, and your second appointment is for your consultation with Dr. Sosnowski.

We will collect your new patient paperwork at the first appointment, and our neurotechnician will complete your qEEG (quantitative electroencephalogram) and EKG testing. Above all, this test is simple and painless: We place a cap on your head to measure the electrical activity in your brain and map out any areas which are not performing as they should. We also place a lead on your chest to capture the EKG data.

We perform this test right in our office, then send the data to our scientists and clinical teams. Along with Dr. Sosnowski, they carefully analyze the test results to identify any dysregulation occurring in the brain. After a careful review, based on their analysis, we develop a treatment plan customized to your specific condition and schedule your assessment period of treatment.

Your second appointment, after your qEEG/EKG, is a consultation with Dr. Sosnowski. She will answer your questions and let you know more about what to expect during your assessment period of treatment. Before doing so, she will also go over your medical history, along with symptoms.

Assessment Periods

The assessment period of treatment lasts two weeks and begins on a Monday. Typically, treatment for the first week occurs Monday through Friday. Then, the second week of treatment occurs Monday through Thursday. After, the repeat qEEG/EKG is completed on Friday to measure progress.

During this time, we closely monitor any clinical changes, and the qEEG/EKG confirms what changes are occurring in the brain. Typically, treatment sessions last 30-45 minutes each day.

Once we have completed the assessment period and you are noting improvements in brain function, we will schedule additional MeRT treatment in two-week intervals. Then, at the end of every two weeks, we will perform a qEEG/EKG to monitor your progress. And you will consult with Dr. Sosnowski to confirm that changes are still showing on the testing.

Typically, most conditions treated with MeRT provide noticeable and long-lasting results after four to eight weeks of treatment. However, each patient is different, and the results may vary.

* Results are based on active and strict observation of our regimens. Results may vary based on the individual user and are not guaranteed.

Insurance Coverage

We do not accept insurance at our clinic, nor do we file it on your behalf. However, in some cases, insurance can be used to treat Major Depressive Disorder and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Otherwise, we are happy to provide you with the appropriate paperwork at the end of your treatment period. After, you can then submit the paperwork to your insurance company to see if they will offer any reimbursement. Please note, however, that neither Medicare nor Medicaid offer any reimbursement coverage for MeRT treatment.

Currently, the equipment used with the MeRT process has been FDA-cleared for the treatment of Depression and OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder). Currently, treatment for all other conditions is considered “off-label.” For non-FDA cleared treatment, it is unlikely that your insurance company will provide you with any reimbursement for MeRT.

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MeRT for Brain Optimization has helped many patients restore brain function and feel passionate about living again and achieving their goals.

We understand what you may be going through, and our goal is to help guide you through the healing process. Because of this, we strive to provide you with quality care in a warm and compassionate environment.

In many cases, MeRT clinicians and technicians have gone through treatment protocols themselves. Therefore, they know first-hand what the treatment can do. Thus, we are very passionate about helping others to heal.

When needed, our New Patient Coordinator is available to answer any questions that you may have. Here, she’ll take the time to listen to your concerns, answer your questions, explain costs, and put your mind at ease. If you do decide to move forward with treatment, she will be happy to set you up and schedule your first appointment.

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Absolute Contraindications

Absolute contraindications for cortical MeRT treatment: Pacemaker, Defibrillator, Vagal Nerve Stimulator, VP Shunt/ Magnetic intracranial shunts, Deep Brain Stimulator, Epidural Cortical stimulator, Steel shunts/stents, Cranial metal fragments (i.e. shrapnel, excluding titanium), Cochlear implant, Aneurysm clips, coils, pipelines flow diversion, Pregnant or breastfeeding, Primary brain cancer / metastatic legions in brain (unless palliative care), Magnetic dental implants, Implanted cardio-verter defibrillators (ICD), Ocular implants.

Relative Contraindications

Relative contraindications require closer protocol attention and may or may not disqualify someone from receiving cortical MeRT treatment, depending on the doctor’s discretion and the person’s individual condition. These include:: History of Seizure or seizure disorder, Titanium shunts/stents, Spinal Cord Stimulator, Hearing aids, Ferrous cortical implants, Magnetic ink tattoo, Bipolar Disorder Type I/II, Baha Implant.

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