Ken WareNeurophysics Therapy Institute, Australia
Title: The role beliefs, perception, biases, prejudices and patterns of behavior play in the incubation of and the Evolution of Psychophysical Disease and Disorder.
Did the patient inherit their condition or they simply adopting and/or mirroring other members of their family who have a complex psychophysical condition the patient exhibits? Over several decades it has been frequently observed in patients who presented with very complex psychophysical diseases and disorders, including many where it is assumed that their conditions origin was genetic and therefor inherited, that during the course of a 4-day intensive NeuroPhysics Therapy (NPT) treatment that unprecedented reversal of their symptoms would emerge. It would be reasonable to postulate in these cases that the assumed genetic/inheritance values are not consistent with these observations, considering that it would be impossible for genes to jump around at this scale to coincide with the emergent phenomena we observe. Therefor we need to consider other factors, such as the individuals’ beliefs, perception and patterns of behaviors that may have created the sets of initial conditions that gave rise to and incubated the patients chronic condition over time. The NPT process provides a significant and prescribed perturbation to a patients governing perceptional architecture enabling for new percepts to emergence and give rise to more desirable patterns of behavior. In this presentation 2 published case studies will be discussed relating to such patients where unprecedented phenomena as mentioned above has emerged during their 4 days only of intensive NeuroPhysics Therapy. Verification of the Validity of the NPT Treatment in Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia: An Investigation Performed by Application of Random Matrix Theory; Conti, Ware, et al, DOI: 10.4236/wjns.2016.61001. Case Report: Generalized Mutual Information (GMI) Analysis of Sensory Motor Rhythm in a Subject Affected by Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy after NPT Treatment; Ware, Conti, et al, DOI: 10.4236/wjns.2015.52008
Key Words: NeuroPhysics Therapy, Emergence, Complex Psychophysical Conditions, Perception, Beliefs, Initial conditions, Perturbation, Inheritance, Genetics
Ken Ware was founder of Neurotricional Sciences Pty Ltd and NeuroPhysics Therapy and Research and he had been in private practice for almost 30 years, while doing independent and collaborative research. He also presented unique research at 10 major International Science Conferences including neuroscience, Physics, Psychology and Life Sciences, which covers a very broad scientific audience. He is Former Mr. Universe 1994, National powerlifting and Bodybuilding champion and record holder. He had published relative publications in ‘Frontiers in Clinical Physiology’ - ‘World Journal of Neuroscience’ – ‘World Journal of Cardiovascular diseases’. He is 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.