8th Edition of International Conference on Neurology and Brain Disorders - Boston USA
Title: Using a complex adaptive systems approach through neurophysics therapy affords effective treatment in patients with charcot-marie-tooth disorder
Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disorder is a hereditary neurological condition characterized by progressive muscle weakness, sensory loss, and motor dysfunction. Current treatment options primarily focus on managing symptoms and improving quality of life. However, unprecedented results have been achieved by NeuroPhysics Therapy (NPT) in treating complex conditions.
This presentation will highlight the key upgrades and changes experienced by a recent patient who had been suffering long term with Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disorder by using a complex adaptive system, NeuroPhysics Therapy, approach to optimize psychophysical health. NeuroPhysics Therapy, which is a multidisciplinary therapeutic approach that integrates principles from all sciences using a complex adaptive system approach. By targeting the nervous system, NPT restores and optimizes neural connections, enhancing muscular strength and coordination, and promoting self-efficacy and psychological well-being.
Studies have shown that NPT interventions, which include a combination of a specialized approach to exercise, balance training, proprioceptive activities, and cognitive exercises, result in significant improvements in motor function, gait patterns, and balance control among individuals with all conditions. These improvements contribute to enhancements in all aspects of a patient’s life.
This presentation will be supported with pre and post-NPT data, highlighting the sensitive protocols and rationale that are required to be applied for any CMT Patient or any system to increase in complexity and rapidly improve in functionality and performance when given the right conditions.