Title : Case Study: Measurements of the significant functional outcomes of NeuroPhysics Therapy for the treatment of Acute Brachial Plexus Trauma
15-year-old patient presented with long term chronic migraines. Pre NeuroPhysics Therapy (NPT) the patient spent just 10 days at school throughout the year due to the severity of the migraines. The medical approach was to attempt to manage the symptoms/condition through long term intensive medication. Despite all previous intense conventional medical treatments and alternative therapies, the patient gained no relief. The patient then engaged in 4 days of intensive NeuroPhysics Therapy (NPT) and has reported that since the completion of NPT in 2016 he has not experienced any more migraines. This presentation will outline the methods and materials used to obtain such a significant desirable transition in the patient’s central nervous system (CNS). Through the maintenance of the methodology and techniques the patient utilized during the 4 days of intensive NPT he is able to maintain his (CNS) in a desirable psychophysical state. These unprecedented outcomes are similar in significance to many other well publicized unprecedented outcomes that patients with significant pathologies relating to the central nervous system have acquired through NeuroPhysics Therapy. This presentation will include video testimonial from the patient and his Father.