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Date:3/4/2013

roviders. Licensees, who require no previous medical experience, are provided all of the training, hardware, and software they need to provide Brainwave Optimization™ in their own offices to their own communities. Nearly 200 affiliate centers are currently in operation in 19 different countries. By the end of 2013, Brain State Technologies expects to see that number double as the public profile of Brainwave Optimization rises.

An independent team of neurologists at Wake Forest Medical Center in North Carolina recently concluded its first clinical trial into the efficacy of Brainwave Optimization. With the first of these studies already published in the peer-reviewed neurology journal Brain & Behavior, the remaining studies on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion, Migraines, Hot Flashes, and Insomnia are due for publication throughout 2013, and the receipt last month of a $1 million grant to continue and expand this research, Brainwave Optimization is sure to get a lot of attention in the coming year.

“Our company is committed to extending its operations through a cohesive community of entrepreneurs and established practices to globally fulfill the company’s mission statement: To Help People. These new offices are just another step forward in advancing our world-class innovation around the world," stated Gerdes.

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MEDIA NOTE:If you would like more information about Brain State Technologies or Brainwave Optimization, please contact Laura Dueker at 480.588.6840 or send an email to pr(at)brainstatetech(dot)com

About Brain State Technologies (http://www.brainstatetech.com): Brain State Technologies® is the world’s leading provider of brainwave balancing technology, Brainwave Optimization™. Founded in 2001 and developed by Lee Gerdes, the modality combines the latest advances in neuroscience, neuroplasticity,
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