Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) January 15, 2014
2013 was a banner year of continued innovation and growth for Scottsdale’s Brain State Technologies®. They saw continued independent research led by the team at Wake Forest University Medical Center who were awarded a $1 million grant from the Susanne Marcus Collins Foundation, had research papers published in “Brain and Behavior” a peer reviewed journal, Amy Grant highlighted Brainwave Optimization® in First for Women Magazine and they were invited to attend numerous scientific conferences across the country. The release of software update BST OS 4.2 solidified the technology as being the most advanced non-invasive technology available in the world.
On January 22nd, from 5pm-7pm, Brain State Technologies will open their doors to the public, offering guided tours of their facilities, demonstrations of their technology, and a keynote address by founder and CEO Lee Gerdes who will also be available for questions.
A journey which began in 2001, Brain State Technologies has developed a unique approach to helping those whose brain imbalance has manifested in dis-ease. Their patented Brainwave Optimization process stands on the cutting-edge of neuroscience and computer technology, providing a non-invasive and holistic method of facilitating the brain’s natural balance, allowing the brain to enhance its own functioning.
With a growing global network of over 200 providers in more than 20 countries Brain State Technologies holds the largest known relational database of brain patterns in the world with over 60,000 clients! Why is that important to you? Experience is important to anyone that is seeking professional service.
The Open House is free and open to the public. Snacks and soft drinks will be available as well as guided tours, exclusive specials, and door-prizes. Brain State Technologies is located at 15150 N Hayden Rd, Suite 106, Scottsdale,
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