The Real Brain Body Connection
What makes PNE study so exciting is the ability to improve quality of life by evaluating the fluctuation of certain biochemicals which relate to human behavior. Understanding these relationships offers more far treatment possibilities for the potential patient. Socio-cultural, the advancement and continued study of this fascinating field could lead to even less dependence upon traditional pharmaceutical agents!
Currently, integrative medicine and multi-clinical approaches offer excellent treatment for pathology related to PNE. My private practice, which focuses on PNE, expresses people from far reaches of the earth, each with their own unique story. What is common among all however, is how their state of physiological wellness is so intimately connected with their emotional proclivities. It's impressively noticeable how much happier my patients become once we've established how their emotional perceptions are reflected physiologically.
Providers, Do You Know Your Patients Well?
Bringing it all together creates opportunity for both the patient and provider.
We can make our diagnostic jobs easier because stress is influenced by mental perception. I can not emphasize to providers enough, just when you think that 20 minute time allotment is up, do or say something to let your patient know you care about them. Make a connection, get to know their personality and what drives them. When you can see how your patients emotional wellness is implicated in their bodily manifestations, the treatment possibilities are endless.
PNE encompasses, but is not limited to the treatment of the following:
Digestive concerns not limited to IBS, Chron's, colitis, GERD, H. Pylori, spastic colon, and candidiasis, Hormonal fluctuations including: peri- and post-menopause, andropause, pre-menstrual syndrome, fibromyalgia, and poly- cystic ovarian syndrome, Immuno-endocrinology issues not limited to: rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, chronic fatigue, MS, Grave's disease, Cushing's, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, Addison's disease, Neuro-psych not limited to: depression and anxiety.