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MeRT for Veterans: PTSD, Anxiety, Sleep Disorders, more.

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What if you could feel normal again?

Brain Performance Technologies is now open in Las Vegas

Accepting Tricare Prime and Tricare Select

Feeling like you’re just a number in a file or a cost to the government instead of an individual needing genuine care? You’re not alone. Many veterans share this sentiment, especially when struggling with sleep deprivation that has persisted for years. Lack of sleep can exacerbate mental health issues like PTSD, depression, anxiety, and more.

At Brain Performance Technologies, we offer MeRT (Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy), a cutting-edge treatment that specifically targets conditions like PTSD, depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders among veterans. Our dedicated team of technicians are more than just professionals—they’re compassionate individuals who genuinely care about your well-being.

While our treatments may not solve every aspect of your life, achieving a good night’s sleep can make a world of difference. It can enhance focus, reduce anxiety, and bring back a sense of normalcy. Join us and rediscover what it means to feel truly rested and supported.

Let us help you reclaim your life from the grip of sleep disorders and mental health challenges. Contact us today to learn more about how MeRT therapy can benefit you.

Meet Dr. Geraci – Long-time physician in Las Vegas.

Our new clinic is located in the Spring Valley area near I-215 and Rainbow.

7220 S. Cimarron Road, Suite 110
Las Vegas, NV, 89113

For more information, call now or fill out the form below to speak with our neurotechs.

Contact us to book an initial qEEg and Consultation for Las Vegas.

New Patient Coordinator

725-292-5143

Email: asklv@1bpt.com

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PLEASE NOTE: Brain Performance Technologies only treats children who are three years and older.

Follow individual stories and learn about other’s experiences through the Facebook group MeRT treatment for autism