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Combining Low Energy Neurofeedback and the...

*Low Energy Neurofeedback (LENS) acts on the central nervous system (the electrodes are connected to the scalp). The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is a listening therapy where the mode of action is considered to be on the Autonomic Nervous...

The Role of Posture in Movement

This research reveals that movement is an extension of neurological organization based primarily on head position relative to the body. It validates long held theories, thereby adding confidence to our understanding that movement is an...

LENS and Pain

Low Energy Neurofeedback (LENS) evolved as a means to enhance neuroplasticity, encouraging the brain into making new connections and thereby enhancing cognitive functions. At some point it was observed that LENS also helped to manage pain. In...

Polyvagal Theory

Our “primitive” gut neurology plays an active role in our experience. “Gut Feelings”, which we usually experience more quickly than our conscious thoughts, are a good example of how our guts are aware of and respond to...

San Francisco Water Report

With the controversy surrounding municipal water supplies (Flint), it seemed like a good idea to independently check up on the SF water department. This testing sample was taken from our kitchen tap in our Merced Hts. (94132) house on 5/15/16...

Gluten Sensitivity

Its is very common in my practice to encounter what I have been calling a “gluten sensitivity”. Both for myself and many of my clients I consistently find that restricting consumption of wheat quickly drops 10 lbs of water weight...

Biofeedback

Industrialized societies tend to assume that our minds control our bodies, with our bodies exerting little influence on the contents of mind.  The more comprehensive picture of mammalian neurophysiology that is emerging from ongoing brain...

Theory of Gravity

The year 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the the publication of Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, which presents a model explaining the effect which we call Gravity. This model quickly gained wide usage, and has proved...

Numerosity is Genetically Hardwired.

A recent study published in Science discusses evidence that our numerosity, or ability to make distinctions between numbers is genetically hardwired, rather than culturally derived1. The study presents evidence that numbers are represented on a...

Status of Traditional and Complementary...

Science magazine is ending 2014 with a special section on Traditional and Complementary Medicine (T&CM) spread over three issues. This is a truly landmark event, in that T&CM is difficult to evaluate by the rules of Alopathic medicine...

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