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It is said that modern medicine is basically a discipline that does not consider individual differences, but human beings are ten people and ten colors. Everyone is different. From now on, it is expected that the number of custom-made perspectives will increase.
The Cognitive Science Integrative Therapist certified by our association is "PCCA(Patient-Centred Clinical Approach)-Patient-centric clinical approachBased on the philosophy of "-", we try to treat the other person with sympathy and compassion.
Target diseases of BReIN
Attempts to induce cerebral elasto-plasticity (working on the brain) for various diseases show effects in a very wide range of areas. for that reason.Is for locomotorium, digestive system, mental system, rehabilitation, relaxation, etc. Based on the above, we have set up the concept of "comprehensive clinical approach".
Brein menu [BReIN individual technique]
-As of March 2022, there are 27 types of menus in total, and reviews such as additions and deletions are made irregularly, and techniques are updated from time to time. The number of menu items available varies by facility (please inquire at each facility). ・ Ap is an abbreviation for approach.
❶Earthing touch ap 【Earthing Touched Approach】⤵
-Under the concept of grounding and earthing, a technique that utilizes the fact that the charge level of the subject drops significantly when the practitioner himself touches while being earthed.→ Explanation page
❷Underground ap [Angraction approach]⤵
・ Anti-gravity Traction is the etymology. -A technology aimed at creating an instant free-fall motion in the joint capsule (creating a micro-gravity environment) by pulling the joint toward the ceiling. ・ Unconscious information processing gap (rest of anti-gravity reflex) promotes brain elasto-plasticity.→ Explanation page
・ Interview-listening is the etymology. ・ Based on the "listening posture" advocated by American psychologist Carl Rogers, the listening ability of the surgeon brings "awareness". ・The listener's attitude of listening intently leads to the patient's emotional release, which helps the recovery of brain homeostasis dysfunction (BD).
❹Olfaction ap[Olfaction approach]⤵
・ Intervention method that works on the sense of smell system. In general aromatherapy, essential oils extracted from plants are mainly used, but the olfactory approach recommended by the Society emphasizes the reproducibility of the natural environment.→ Explanation page
❺Swing ap[Swing approach]⤵
・ The etymology is swing. ・ When human skin senses (hypersonic effect), strokes, or shakes high-frequency sounds outside the audible range, it causes micron-level vibrations containing 1 / f fluctuation components, which activates the brain. Is known (skin vibration effect). ・ As a result of giving top priority to communication ability, human beings with developed cerebral cortex are more likely to perceive information from the outside world by losing hair and increasing skin surface area while degrading various sensory processing systems of animals. Became a "hairless monkey". This technique is a technique that induces cerebral elasto-plasticity through the above-mentioned epidermal vibration by shaking the limbs with a constant rhythm.
❻Swing touch ap [Swing touch approach]⤵
-While the above swing approach mainly shakes the limbs, this technique is a technique that slightly shakes the surgeon's own body while applying the palm to the trunk. As a result, delicate fluctuation vibrations are indirectly transmitted to the patient's body.
❼Skin directap[Skin direct approach]⤵
・ The etymology is Direct contact with the skin. ・ Use the two techniques properly while touching the subject's skin directly with the operator's hand. It induces invisible skin rotation around the joints, and induces gliding toward the ceiling and slightly to the head side for parts other than the joints.→ Explanation page
❽Skin wrap・ap[Skin wrapping approach]⤵
・ Wrapping technology that protects the skin with cast padding (cast padding) that absorbs moisture and dries quickly (a protective approach to the skin facilitates the control of acute pain-such as tight back and muscle strain).→ Explanation page
❾Soothing sound・ap[Soothing sound approach]⤵
・ The etymology is soothing sound. -Natural sounds such as river murmuring, insect sounds, rain sounds, storm sounds, wind sounds, and white noise contain extremely wide frequency bands, 1 / f fluctuation components, and abundant overtones. ・ By playing natural sounds in the BGM of the treatment site, we aim to relax the mind and body and create an environment that is advantageous for the development of cerebral elasto-plasticity.→ Explanation page
❿ Steer taping・ap[stair-taping approach]⤵
-Application of kinesio tape considering the rotational gliding of the skin. A taping method in which the tapes are bonded in a bellows step from the distal to the proximal.
⓫ Straw King・ap【Stroking approach】⤵
・ The etymology is stroking = Petting softly. -In contrast to the Swedish-style efflurage, which mainly strokes the surgeon's palm in close contact, this technique, which can be said to be Japanese, is a technique of delicately stroking with the rhythm of the sea roar while using the entire upper limb of the surgeon. Since summer in Japan is hot and humid, it is not used in summer in principle.
⓬ Touchless・ap[Touchless approach]⤵
-The human body is covered with a quasi-electrostatic field that extends several tens of centimeters from the surface of the body. It does not have the property of propagating like radio waves, and is distributed like electrostatic charge not only around people but also around vehicles and substances. -The quasi-electrostatic field has a role like a radar, and plays a role of detecting, for example, the approach of insects as a sign. ・ In some cases, HSP people including empaths have enhanced such functions, and normal touch care may show unstable signs such as side effects. This technique is a technique developed for those who are highly sensitive.
・ Chat is the etymology. • Dutch clinical trials have shown that talk therapy reduces the suicide rate in depression. Chatting, on the other hand, is a light conversation therapy that avoids the serious conversations included in conventional speech therapy and maintains a more appropriate sense of distance.
⓮ Neurofix・ap[Neurofixed approach]⤵
・ The etymology is Neuro-fixation. ・ A functional fixation device (Mikami-type plyton fixation) that focuses on preventing joint contracture based on the brain cause theory that "the actual condition of joint contracture is simultaneous contraction of agonist and antagonist muscles".→ Explanation page
⓯ Knee heel・ap[knee-heel approach]⤵
・ The etymology is knee and heel. ・ It is known that the true nature of the tickle felt by humans is the time lag between the prediction of the cerebellum and the tactile input. It is assumed that this technique works on the cerebellar circuit by synchronizing the "stimulation that approaches" and the "stimulation that moves away" to the knee and heel, respectively.→ Explainer video (youtube)
⓰HMO・ap【Happy memory output approach】⤵
The word "happy memory" is derived from "happy memory". The counseling technique to elicit happy memories, or memories of happiness. May I ask you to rank the things in your life that have made you very happy, happy, or moved you? From No. 1 to No. 3, please..." A study at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom found that looking back on happy experiences (events) significantly reduced the risk of depression one year later.
⓱ P reduction・ap【P-reduction approach】⤵
・ Polypharmacy risk reduction is the etymology. ・ Counseling to alert the person or family to the polypharmacy (harm caused by taking multiple drugs) in middle-aged and elderly people.→ Explanation page
⓲Hood ring・ap[foodling approach]⤵
・ Food counseling is the etymology. ・ Propose specific strategies for improving the intestinal environment based on various latest medicines related to the gut-brain axis (emphasis on the balance with the individual constitution). ・ Based on the latest nutritional science, dietary guidance covering various dimensions from problems of oxidation, saccharification, and inflammation related to diet to mitochondria, NMN, and ketone body revolution (energy shift to fat burning system). Comprehensive food counseling including FODMAP in IBS, UC, Leaky Gut and SIBO from the perspective of each theory including the problem of wheat. ・ We also advise on the compatibility of fasting, which aims to cause epigenetic changes through autophagy in the glymphatic system that protects blenostasis (maintenance of the environment in the brain).
⓳ Flaxid touch・ap[Flaccid touched approach]⤵
・ The etymology is flaccid paralysis. -A technique that gently touches the affected area with the surgeon's fingers weakened to the limit (hands that are weak like paralysis). -Arranged the matrix repatterning performed in Canada (the flow current generated in the piezoelectric structure of the injured part is normalized by the tactile stimulus by human hands) with the delicate feeling of Japanese people.→ Explanation page
-A technique for directly or indirectly applying vibration stimulation to the sole of the foot. In general, the sole intervention is dominated by the strong stimulus system, but this technique is a technique that continuously inputs rhythmic and delicate signals (tapping system) to the brain. ・It is known that listening to a metronome in Parkinson's disease patients restores walking. This phenomenon is called entrainment. It is assumed that tapping techniques such as the planter promote activation of the brain by “pulling in”.
㉑ Frame healing ap【Flame healing approach】⤵
・ Flame = Flame is the etymology. Therapy to see the fluctuation of flame containing 1 / f fluctuation component. Brain elasto-plastic induction method by visual input. ・ 1 / f fluctuations are observed everywhere in the natural world including living things such as human heart rate variability, babbling streams, sunbeams, and blinking fireflies (called pink noise in acoustics). ・ In the study of intracerebral oscillator, it is known that the spike of neuron contains 1 / f fluctuation, and we have expressed brain elasto-plasticity by resonating (retracting) the intracerebral oscillator with external 1 / f fluctuation. I speculate that it will be prompted.→ Explanation page..
㉒ Hedear ap [Head-air approach]⤵
・ Head & Hair is the etymology. ・ Technology that combines touching and touchless to the head and slight stimulation to the hair.
㉓ Mirror touching ap 【Tactile synchronous mirror therapeutic approach】⤵
-A method that evolved and developed the conventional mirror therapy that utilizes the mirror image cognitive illusion. When different stimuli are applied across the mirror, the "complementary" function works in the integrated processing of visual and tactile sensations. A technique that uses this to encourage rewiring of neural circuits.→ Explanation page
㉔ Love light ap [Rub-write approach]⤵
・ The etymology is Ruble and Write. -The "Sumanu method", a test method for dementia, is a means of drawing letters on the back of the subject (the examiner rubs the shape of the letters with his fingertips) and checking whether this can be accurately guessed. In fact, this test has a therapeutic effect, that is, this technique has the effect of improving dementia itself. ・ It has been found to be effective not only for dementia but also for developmental disorders in young children (which we call developmental individuality) and after-stroke sequelae.
㉕Ring tap / ap 【Ring tapping approach】⤵
・ With the operator's weakened hands, while attaching the back side (nail mother) of the middle finger, ring finger, and little finger to the relevant part of the subject, pinch with the thumb and index finger in the shape of a ring (tapping between fingers). A technique to input indirect rhythm stimulation through the skin to the brain by repeating.→ Explanation page
㉖ Resilience ap [Resilience approach]⤵
・ A counseling technique that focuses on enhancing Resilience (resilience / adversity) in psychology. -Everything has light and shade, but a mindset that looks at the shadow side to negative events reduces resilience. Therefore, counseling that tries to increase resilience by switching to a mindset (a method of interpreting light) that usually finds the side of light. ・ While focusing on self-affirmation and self-efficacy, consideration that is never intrusive is emphasized, and in principle it is performed in parallel with interlisting (listening counseling).
㉗Revitation ap [Levitation approach]⤵
・ A meditation method that self-images how your body is released from gravity and gradually emerges. Gravity version of mindfulness.
Specific example of BReIN
◆Example 1) Trauma After calming the brain (biological relaxation) with a ring tap or flux touch, skin wraps and neurofixes (functional orthotic devices that do not cause contracture) reduce the burden of subsequent rehabilitation (in the first place).Rehabilitation-free recovery processAim).
◆Example 2) Intractable pain For example, for CRPS (RSD), after calming the brain with ring taps and listening counseling, mirror touching, love light, etc. are used.Reconstruction and reorganization of neural circuitsPrompt.
For those interested in Cognitive Science Integrated Approach (COSIA)
The Cognitive Science Integrated Approach (COSIA) is a concept that represents the “integration of cognitive science and medicine” and has its origins in pain management in musculoskeletal primary care.
In the current situation where image labeling and diagnosis of the cause of pain diverge, the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) has revised the definition of pain and is shifting to the "emotional origin theory of pain."
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