Mental Health Medication Not Working Effectively?

Before you begin any mental health medicatioN, put the odds of success in your favor.

– Reduce the frustration of trial-and-error.

– Reduce the risk of adverse side effects.

– Get the assurance you deserve.

Medication Sensitivity Testing (Referenced EEG)

If you or a loved one experiences troublesome side effects from psychotropic medication and are not getting the results needed, ask about medication sensitivity testing. This test narrows down the top choices to fit you or a loved one’s individual brain chemistry and reduces the wait time so you start feeling better faster. 

Referenced Electroencephalogram (rEEG), or medication sensitivity testing, is a test that provides physicians a treatment guide for more effective medication treatment. Medication sensitivity testing can be completed during a qEEG brain map. The benefit of this test is that it provides a way for physicians to reduce the medication trial and error method (e.g., Try a medication to see if it works – If not, let’s try another.). 

There are over a hundred different types of psychotropic medications. That is a great deal of time for someone to wait to find a medication that works with their brain chemistry to calm unwanted symptoms. This test individualizes care by determining the most appropriate and effective medication in a shorter period of time and forgo the trial and error stress placed on you with ineffective medications.

Contact us at (630) 762-9606 to request more information

How Does Psychotropic Medication Sensitivity Testing Work?

A digital electroencephalography (EEG) in conjunction with a normative database and a proprietary clinical (symptomatic) database to identify abnormal patient physiology. Appropriate medications are then statistically selected specifically to normalize discovered abnormalities. This process has been correlated to treatment outcome in a database of over 1,600 patients and 13,000 medication trials. 

Clinical referenced EEG

“In a series of clinical trials on patients who suffered for years without responding to treatment, physicians guided over 75 percent of them to medications that worked. Often the right medication was a combination of two medications. And sometimes, the right answer was no medication at all. Reference EEG provides physicians with objective clinical data to support treatment based on patient physiology. Physicians using rEEG frequently achieve superior efficacy, often in less time and with fewer medications.” – CNS Response

Contact Us

Contact us to schedule an evaluation to determine if medication sensitivity testing is right for you or a loved one. We strive to provide our patients and their loved ones with excellent care. 

We are based in St. Charles, Illinois and provide medication sensitivity testing services to those in Wayne, Sugar Grove, Schaumburg, Carol Stream, Geneva, Elgin and South Elgin, Aurora, IL and other local suburbs. We offer TeleHealth for medication management for those who are unable to travel to the office regularly. 


(630) 762-9606​


(630) 762-9605

Sinha Clinic


2560 Foxfield Rd., Suite 240 Saint Charles, Illinois 60174