(IN PORTUGUESE) 2021: Neurorehabilitation Program Using Biophoto/Electromagnetic Stimulation Wearable

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Abstract:
Twenty-four clients, 10-86 years old, volunteered for this study: participants previously diagnosed and treated by their own physicians or psychologists for a variety of conditions such as Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Learning Disorders, fibromyalgia and other pain syndromes, sleep disorders, post stroke, post-concussion syndrome, asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD) and memory dysfunctions. Before the study commenced, a battery of subjective tests (DSM-5, Amen ADD questionnaires) were completed and medical history collected. Prior to the beginning of the study, clients were evaluated cognitively with the Integrated Visual and Auditory (IVA-QS) continuous performance test. In most cases, parents, spouses or close family members completed bi-weekly evaluations, to monitor specific changes in the client’s overall health condition and progress. After each session participants completed a questionnaire. Neuro-stimulation sessions were offered three times per week, half an hour each session, for 20 – 40 consecutive sessions. The cognitive functions were re-evaluated with the same IVA-QS battery, as used at the start of the study, after 20 and after 40 consecutive sessions of Neuro-Stimulation. Majority of the participants benefited from the Neuro-Stimulation program obtaining remarkable physical, emotional and cognitive improvements. Objectively, the IVA-QS showed significant and continuous improvements. No negative side effects have been reported from this training. Conclusion: The Neurodynamic Activator™, as a unique standalone brain trainer, shown to be a useful device that benefited all the participants and the benefits obtained and reported at the end of the study, continued to be sustained 18 months and longer, after the completion of the Bio-photo-Stimulation. Other light/ bio-photo-stimulation methods will be compared and discussed. We had to adapt to this special isolated life during the pandemic time that we experienced for a year. The importance of integrating the bio-photostimulation devices in brain training without any negative consequences will be a part of our discussion.
Presented by: Victoria L. Ibric, Michele Owes, & Liviu G. Dragomirescu

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IN PORTUGUESE
Abstract:
Twenty-four clients, 10-86 years old, volunteered for this study: participants previously diagnosed and treated by their own physicians or psychologists for a variety of conditions such as Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Learning Disorders, fibromyalgia and other pain syndromes, sleep disorders, post stroke, post-concussion syndrome, asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD) and memory dysfunctions. Before the study commenced, a battery of subjective tests (DSM-5, Amen ADD questionnaires) were completed and medical history collected. Prior to the beginning of the study, clients were evaluated cognitively with the Integrated Visual and Auditory (IVA-QS) continuous performance test. In most cases, parents, spouses or close family members completed bi-weekly evaluations, to monitor specific changes in the client’s overall health condition and progress. After each session participants completed a questionnaire. Neuro-stimulation sessions were offered three times per week, half an hour each session, for 20 – 40 consecutive sessions. The cognitive functions were re-evaluated with the same IVA-QS battery, as used at the start of the study, after 20 and after 40 consecutive sessions of Neuro-Stimulation. Majority of the participants benefited from the Neuro-Stimulation program obtaining remarkable physical, emotional and cognitive improvements. Objectively, the IVA-QS showed significant and continuous improvements. No negative side effects have been reported from this training. Conclusion: The Neurodynamic Activator™, as a unique standalone brain trainer, shown to be a useful device that benefited all the participants and the benefits obtained and reported at the end of the study, continued to be sustained 18 months and longer, after the completion of the Bio-photo-Stimulation. Other light/ bio-photo-stimulation methods will be compared and discussed. We had to adapt to this special isolated life during the pandemic time that we experienced for a year. The importance of integrating the bio-photostimulation devices in brain training without any negative consequences will be a part of our discussion.
Presented by: Victoria L. Ibric, Michele Owes, & Liviu G. Dragomirescu

(IN PORTUGUESE) 2021: Neurorehabilitation Program Using Biophoto/Electromagnetic Stimulation Wearable
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