Ronald J. Swatzyna
Electro-Neuro Analysis Research
Dr. Ronald Swatzyna received his Masters of Science and Doctorate of Philosophy from The University of Texas Arlington. Currently, he is the Director of Electro-Neurophysiology Research, Director of Neurotherapy at the Tarnow Center for Self-ManagementSM, and is an associate of Brain Science International. Dr. Swatzyna is a licensed clinical social worker supervisor, board certified in neurotherapy and biofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA). For 18 years, Dr. Swatzyna has analyzed and treated the most diagnostically challenging cases in both inpatient and outpatient settings. As a researcher, he has presented and/or published over 50 peer-reviewed papers on brain dysfunction, psychotropic medication and other related topics at national and international conferences and is a Special Editor for WebmedCentral plus and Clinical EEG and Neuroscience. In 2011, Dr. Swatzyna was inducted into Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society: Rice University/Texas Medical Center Chapter and in 2013, he accepted an appointment to the board of directors. Dr. Swatzyna is a veteran of both Vietnam and the first Gulf War, and his personal battle with a traumatic brain injury and posttraumatic stress disorder has motivated him to become a leading expert in brain dysfunction.
Research Interest: involve the utility of EEG and qEEG technology to assist with medication selection and titration.