A cancer patient after two extensive surgeries for melanoma. He was also diagnosed with PTSD and referred to me for trauma therapy following home invasion and physical assault. However, it proved impossible to address the trauma symptoms while he was in severe chronic pain and using high doses of narcotic medication. Hence we decided to use Life Z-Score neurofeedback which proved very effective. Pre-post and progress statistics will be presented.
A man in his early 40s, suffering for 20 years from severe IBS. He was treated internationally in many hospitals and research institutions and consuming very high dosage of medications with no permanent relief. Since the condition developed after a bout of dysentery in his youth, his therapists were looking for purely physical causes but could not find any. I identified hyper vigilance typical to PTSD stemming from his initial life threatening illness and evidence that the severe attacks were invariably triggered by stress. Once again, Live Z-Score Neurofeedback led to outstanding and last results.
The brain is an information processing machine adjusting itself to the environment. Information processing can be defined as reducing uncertainty. It has been suggested that the brain developed from an evolutionary point of view once living creatures started moving around in a changing and thus uncertain environment.
The size and complexity of the nervous system makes it unlikely that changes in a single synapse result in significant changes in the behaviour of an interconnected neural network. Significant changes in neural network behaviour require changes in populations of synapses, defined as multiple synaptic modifications occurring simultaneously at multiple sites. The goal of the presentation is to present a neural network model of human cerebral ontogenesis and to use the model to explain the development of human EEG coherence over the postnatal period from 1.5 to 16 years of age.
Dr Natalie Challis has found that effective treatment of Neurobehavioural disorders require a 4 pillared approach: Brain – QEEG and an individualised Loreta Neurofeedback protocol, Body – The clinical application of functional neurology focuses on regulating the activity of the brain, which stimulates changes throughout the nervous system, Behaviour – Working with an educational specialist, and a psychologist, to reinforce the neurological change into behaviour and Balance – Both the gut and brain originate early in embryogenesis from the same clump of tissue, which divides during fetal development.