A brain SPECT scan enables you to see your brain working and will help you and your family make informed decisions for proper treatment


Clarify your present brain function related questions


Understand how brain SPECT scanning could support, clarify and address any questions you may have


Decide when to do baseline and follow up SPECT scans
An important factor is clarifying the role of brain SPECT imaging in regard to the present neurological status and any subsequent therapies. Frequently this revolves around the timing of when to do baseline and follow-up brain SPECT imaging to aid in following the course of any therapy.


Distinguish the differences between brain SPECT, CT or MRI brain imaging


Resolve any radiation concerns that you might have


Understand what therapy possibilities are available

Brain SPECT depicts how your brain works

SPECT brain function imaging utilizes the intravenous injection of a trace amount of brain SPECT scan radiopharmaceutical to image brain function, and thereby show whether that function is in the expected range, or above or below that range. In actuality we are imaging brain biochemistry.

This trace amount of radiopharmaceutical is not a "dye" substance and there is no allergic reaction. Because it does not affect brain function, the radiopharmaceutical is not sedating, and individuals on the autism Spectrum who have SPECT brain imaging do not experience any regression.

Choosing appropriate types of therapy will cause a real improvement in your neurological and behavioral well-being.



Get started now on improving your brain health

Do you have a concern that your brain is not working right? Are you having trouble remembering things? Can’t function at work, can’t control your feelings, having headaches months after a concussion or are worried about autism or dementia in you or a loved one.

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