Practical Handbook of Synapsisterapeutics Learning Theory Stress Cognition Chronic Pain Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Repowering the Brain and Spinal M (Paperback)

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The Practical Handbook of Synapsetherapeutic is a methodological strategy of intervention in body care and health conservation with application of anatomy-physiology and electrophysiology. Natural processes of cognition. Chronic Pain and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation. Attention. Promotion and prevention. The Practical Handbook is aimed at education professionals. Health. Sports. And people with a general interest in solving their health problems in their daily lives. The synapse therapy is educational and scientific innovation. Is the interaction of bioelectricity and acupressure in the domain of ion channels and signal transduction in molecular biology as clinical neurotherapeutic studies and socio-cultural medical practices in education and pedagogy with an interest in neuronal integration-synaptic transmission and everyday life. It is the domain of the molecular and eco-systemic world in relation to brain function in cognition-pain-rehabilitation-repowerment of the brain and spinal cord. Central and peripheral nervous system.Care of the body and preservation of health. 44 motor and sensory centers of the nerve branches and ganglionic chain of the spinal cord. With the spine and thoracolumbar and cranial sacral nodes are more. Sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. Japanese acupressure with neuroscientific approach from Santiago de Cali. Colombia. Socio-cultural medical practices. Application of anatomy-physiology and electrophysiology in the processes of learning or cognition Chronic pain. Neuromuscular rehabilitation. The reciprocal relationship of body-mind-environment is the paroxysm of Western medical philosophy. The main themes of Hippocrates' medicine. Health as a state of balance. Importance of environmental influences. Interdependence of mind and body. Healing power of the intrinsic human nature. Synapse therapy research is a measure of health in determining the concepts of dynamic equilibrium. Oscillation. Frequency. Flow. Wave. Modulation of inhibitory and excitatory neurotransmitters with cross-talk effect or second neurochemical messengers. Fluctuation. Undulation. Resonance. Homeostasis. The motor-sensory points or centers of the nerve branches and ganglion chain are related in the practical manual to the anatomical names and locations. 1. On the forehead to a finger above the eyebrow. 2. Below the center of the eye. 3. Below the collarbone. Space between the first and second rib. Space between the third and fourth ribs above the nipples. 5. Between the cartilage of the ribs where the eighth and ninth ribs meet. 6. Two fingers above the middle of the groin. 7. Three fingers above the top of the knee. 8. Inside of the leg. Under the head of the tibia. 9. One finger below the inside of the ankle. 10. In a small depression. Under the point of attachment of the metatarsal cuneiform bone to the thumb. On the top of the outside of the foot midway between the base of the toes and the front of the outer ankle. 12. Below the outer ankle bone. 13. Under the head of the fibula. Behind the femur, midway between the head of the femur and the knee. 15. Outside of the upper sacrum or "dimple of the buttocks. 16. A long muscular strip on the sword. Central level midway between the side and center of the spine. 17. Between the ninth and tenth rib in the back muscle band. 18. Between the fourth and fifth rib in the back muscle band. 19. It is a small depression located on the scapula. 20. In the trapezius muscle at the base of the neck. 21. Halfway between the upper edge of the neck and the base of the neck. 22. At the base of the skull between the two bands of sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles. 23. At the back of the shoulder under the shoulder joint with the arm (Deltoid). 24. Under the muscle of the upper arm. 25. In front of the elbow joint. 26. Above the wrist on the inside of the arm. On the wrinkle of the inner elbow region. 29. 30. Outside of the chest. Below the collarbone and rib cage.

Product Details
ISBN: 9798651919406
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: June 8th, 2020
Pages: 256
Language: English