Protect the Brain Campaign


US Program


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Providing an objective measure of brain activity to make more informed and accurate decisions in brain health management practices.

Often left in the dark regarding identifying brain trauma, signs of memory loss and cognitive decline, and mental disorders, common symptomatic assessments are incomplete indicators of brain function and can lead to a limited and potentially inaccurate diagnosis of brain state. 

Protect the Brain Campaign gives life to EEG technology, providing the objective measure of brain activity to aid in making more informed and accurate decisions regarding the brain. PTB introduces EEG scans that provide objective data needed to better understand brain health. Our mission is to advance the field of brain health through education and awareness of EEG brain scans to complement brain health, brain wellness, and mental health management practices. Recognizing the importance of preventative health, early and routine brain scans can provide a personalized health history that leads to a better understanding of brain health necessary for healthy living.

Due to the subjective nature of the current symptomatic and performance return-to-play protocols, physicians can now enjoy an objective measurement of brain physiology to help them in their return-to-play decisions. There is also a growing body of research focusing on both improving mental function and preventing a pre-mature mental decline in aging. Now include brain health assessments as common practice in physicals, allowing physicians to better understand brain health and make decisions necessary for the preventative health and wellness of their patients. Lastly, additional objective screening tools are needed for behavioral health, but these tools must be assessable to the patient and respect the clinical judgment of the practitioner. The goal is that by collaborating with longitudinal data, better screening tools can be developed allowing physicians to better assess behavioral issues.

7300 SOS

Scan Our Soldiers. Save Our Soldiers.

This year, 7,300 veterans or active duty military service members will take their own lives. 7300 SOS is a campaign to raise funds to provide 7,300 veterans and active-duty soldiers to receive EEG brain scans to gather mental health data needed in providing help for PTSD and suicide among our military personnel.  




Thank you for supporting our campaign to educate the world about the importance of EEG brain scans and provide the community with an objective assessment of their brain activity with a tool that has never been available before. We need your help in educating the world about the importance of baseline brain scans and best practices in brain health wellness.

7300 SOS 

Help us provide 7300 brain scans for our military personnel to obtain necessary data to help with early intervention and more-informed mental health services.

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