MeRT for Traumatic Brain Injury

An Innovative Solution for Traumatic Brain Injuries and Concussions

 MeRT is a breakthrough treatment for TBI and Concussion symptoms.
This non-invasive, drug-free, targeted therapy balances the brain where
it has been impacted to improve both mental and physical outcomes.

We Support Your Journey to Recovery.

Head injuries are complex and can affect many different aspects of your life including emotional regulation, memory, and the ability to think clearly. MeRT (Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy) offers a new type of recovery that can result in significant system improvement.

Contact our Client Care Coordinator

We are happy to answer any questions you may have and
go over more detail with you directly.

Call (720) 586-4067

*Results are based on active and strict observation and participation of our programs. Results may vary from case to case.


MeRT uses a proprietary brain wave analysis to identify the exact areas in the brain that are not functioning properly or communicating the way that they should be. People who have suffered a brain injury or concussion will have distinct markers visible in EEG studies. Research has shown that people who have sustained a head injury will show patterns of low power in their Alpha brainwaves and higher power in their Theta and Delta brainwaves, which are slower functioning brainwaves.

Traumatic Brain Injuries are considered a “silent epidemic” because of their prevalence, great potential for impairment, and significant impact on the individual. TBI and Concussive symptoms can cause mental, emotional, and cognitive issues such as mood swings, memory problems, depression, and more. Our innovative MeRT program allows us to proactively treat signs and symptoms of TBI and Concussions and correct patterns of dysfunction in the brain before they become detrimental.


“The brain seems to be responding to these injuries the same way.”

“What we’re finding is that the brain responds to insult the same way, whether it’s chronic sleep deprivation, the mechanical injury of head-to-head contact repeatedly on the football field, or being exposed to repeated blast injuries in the military or direct contact with IEDs. The brain seems to be responding to these injuries the same way.”

“For so many years now, there’s been this feeling of helplessness that concussions are just a fact of life and there’s not a lot that we can do. I think we’re starting to get down to, at a foundational level, the root care of mechanism of injury, which will lead us down the pathways of finding solutions.”

Dr. Erik Won,
President of Wave Neuroscience,
from his appearance on the Broken Brain Podcast

Dr. Erik Won, President of Wave Neuroscience

Results may vary based on the individual user and are not guaranteed.

“My cognition took off”

“I’m two or three months past my last treatment and I can honestly say that my brain is in a better place than it was before. The emotional highs and lows that I was living with have been stabilized. My cognition took off during that period (of MeRT treatment) and it hasn’t slowed down since.” -Nick Hardwick former Pro Bowl Center and San Diego Sports Radio Host, from his episode of Finding Center Podcast with Nick Hardwick

Nick Hardwick, former San Diego Chargers Pro Bowl Center and Sports Radio Host

Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion Symptoms

TBI and Concussions are common in athletes who participate in contact sports and experience multiple hits to the head. Over time, these hits can affect the brain resulting in cumulative damage and long lasting problems including post-concussive syndrome. Members of the military are also commonly at risk of brain injury from being exposed to repeat blast injuries during combat or training exercises. However, small or mild concussions due to normal life activities can also directly affect your brain function.
Some common symptoms can include:

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue or tiredness
  • Dizziness
  • Memory problems
  • Confusion
  • Cognitive decline
  • Uncharacteristic emotional responses
  • Irritability, short temper, or anger
  • Depression and feelings of isolation
  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Anxiety or panic attacks
  • Insomnia or sleeping too much Irritability
  • Emotional outbursts, agitation, or restlessness

Benefits from MeRT Treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion can include:

*If you or a loved one are feeling suicidal, please call 911. You can also call the Suicide & Crisis Hotline by dialing 988.

  • Increased sleep quality
  • Enhanced interpersonal relationships and sociability
  • Heightened ability to think clearly and adapt to
  • More awareness and patience
  • Increased sleep quality
  • Increased attention span
  • Improvement in mood
  • Mental clarity and sharpness
  • Increased motivation
  • Increased concentration and focus
  • Reduction of anxiety
  • Increased emotional stability
“I am a former Navy SEAL and have spent most of my professional career serving in high stress, fast paced environments. Years of exposure to repetitive head traumas and stress takes a toll on your brain physically and emotionally, and I got to a point where I wasn’t myself and knew I needed to find something to help me recalibrate my brain and body. A buddy of mine introduced me to MeRT and Braincare Performance Center - DTC and I believe it truly helped correct the course of my life. I quickly noticed my sleep patterns improve, my mental clarity sharpen, my emotional ups/downs stabilize, and I felt for the first time in years that I was able to take control of my life.”
-S. H., Real MeRT Client
Do you have questions we can help answer?

Our Client Care Coordinator is standing by and ready to answer any questions you may have, explain our process and fees and also help you decide if MeRT is the right treatment for you. We can also get your Initial EEG study and Initial Medical Consultation scheduled as a next best step to see how you may benefit from MeRT.