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10th Edition of International Conference on Neurology and Brain Disorders

October 21-23, 2024

October 21 -23, 2024 | Baltimore, Maryland, USA
INBC 2024

Ken Ware

Speaker at Neuroscience Conference - Ken Ware
NeuroPhysics Therapy Institute and Research Centre, Australia
Title : The therapeutic value of the design and development of neurophysics therapy’s psychophysical ‘Grids’ to afford reliable point to point measurements in space/time of the initial conditions of a patients perception, action and cognition and the correction/modulation of sensory perceptual errors in the treatment of chronic pain CRPS and other complex


NeuroPhysics Therapy (NPT) is a fascinating field that delves into the discrete functionality and behaviour of the human nervous system. It explores how our nervous system perceives and responds to the environment, and through the development and application of specialized techniques aims to optimize its function and behavioural potential. This specialized therapy has helped large number of people from around the globe, ranging from those with spinal cord injuries, chronic pain, complex neurological diseases and disorders, psychophysical diseases and disorders to elite athletes seeking physical and emotional well-being.

In this presentation NeuroPhysics Therapy founder Ken Ware, will describe how standardized pieces of resistance exercise machines are utilized to obtain fine grain detailed assessment/analyses relative to how patients suffering from chronic conditions such as pain (CRPS), Neuropathy are perceiving and responding to their environment.

These unilateral exercise machines provide a stable measurable ‘grid’ that informs of the asymmetries relating to how each hemisphere is responding to and anticipating future stress within a purposefully prescribed super slow speed and time frame. In cases of chronic conditions, the self-applied mild resistance is commonly perceived as noxious and or threating. These are sensory perception and response errors given that the patient is nested within a safe supporting environment and is acting upon the environment in a purposeful and voluntary manner.

These patients’ responses under such mild controlled conditions highlights their rogue psychophysical ‘sensory generalization’ default responses to all environmental stimuli, given that their system refers to its history to inform averages of perception and response to novel environmental stimuli.

Normal healthy range Cortico-amygdala circuitry involving the Anterior Cingulate Gyrus (ACC) appears to be disrupted in these disorders and interconnected to their conditions. By sensitively correcting sensory generalization errors by repeatedly working through the grids the exercise machines afford, the patient learns new control skills to be able to self-modulate and normalize their sensory experience, effectively psychophysically calibrating their systems to appropriately respond to all environmental stimuli in very small time scales. The initial conditions that gave rise to the emergence of the patients CRPS symptoms becomes normalized, equating to a significant or complete relaxation of their symptoms.


Founder of Neurotricional Sciences Pty Ltd and NeuroPhysics Therapy and Research; https://www.neurophysicstherapy.global/

Been in private health, wellness and rehabilitation practice since 1988, while doing independent and collaborative research and consulting for community projects.Presented unique research papers at more than 25 major International Science Conference, including Neuroscience, Physics, Psychology and Life Sciences, covering a very broad scientific audience.Relative publications in ‘Frontiers in Clinical Physiology’ - ‘World Journal of Neuroscience’ – ‘World Journal of Cardiovascular diseases.Former Mr. Universe 1994, National powerlifting and Bodybuilding champion and record holder. Recipient of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth’s’ ‘Australian Sports Medal’ - in 2000, in recognition for personal contributions to the development of the Australian Sporting Culture.