NeuroElements for optimal function

Getting Smarter – It’s not what you think

How We Think The Brain Works We have been taught that what we think is what drives learning and intelligence. The notion of our conscious self as the arbiter of intelligence started in the 17th century when Rene Descartes proposed that the mind controls the ‘machine’ body. As society entered the industrial age of automation, it […]

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What Is Cellular Memory And How Does It Affect You?

What Is Cellular Memory and How De We Create It? Science has quite recently proven the existence of cellular memory. Injuries, surgeries, adversity, and stress from living in an industrialized world create cellular memories. They can greatly affect how we function because although time heals the physical injury, movement limitations and emotions associated with the […]

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Stroke Recovery Breakthrough!

Statistics show a dismal 10% full recovery rate after a stroke. Stroke affects millions of people. Science is constantly searching for new ways to get better recovery outcomes. One new promising study shows injecting stem cells into the area of brain damage from a stroke can stimulate better recovery.  The study indicates that the damage to […]

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The Foundation Underlying All Functionality

Babies are naturally born with the ability to learn using the foundation elements underlying all function enabling them to learn complex skills such as rolling over, crawl, walk, run and more. It is critical to understand the foundations of how we evolved to move so that we better recover from injury, avoid pain, and function […]

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Is Texting To Blame For Your Carpal Tunnel?

Is texting to blame for the increase in sore wrists, arms, shoulder, and neck pain? Is the increase in carpal tunnel syndrome because of texting? Yes and no. Texting can lead to symptoms of pain through the upper body, but it is not the cause. It’s HOW we use our body to text that is the […]

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Better Stroke Recovery Options

Eight hundred thousand people in the U.S. have strokes each year; it is the No. 1 cause of long-term disability.  The medical success in treating these conditions is limited, as statistics show that just 10% of stroke victims recover full functionality. The medical system has largely found that stroke affected arms generally don’t recover well, […]

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Education Should Teach Kids The Way Their Brain Evolved To Learn!

Our current system of education is based on the factory-model classroom which, at the turn of the nineteenth century, was deemed the most efficient way to rapidly scale a system to educate the masses. With limited classroom space and a single teacher, it was expedient to separate physical activities from academic studies. The system fed […]

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Gaining Arm Use In Stroke Recovery

How to gain function faster after a stroke  Bill had a massive stroke thirty+ years ago and has not had the use of his right arm for the same amount of time. When he came to me his brain had NO awareness of the arm, shoulder or much of his entire right side. He could […]

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Force for Change

I was trying to change out my windshield wiper the other day and was struggling to put it on the arm the correct way. I was getting frustrated because it looked easy from the other wiper but every time I tried to put it on it didn’t look right! I really wanted to just force […]

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Keep on Talking

There is a lot of talking going on in the world, but are we actually communicating? There are few examples of good communication skills to learn from today. Pundits are aptly called ‘talking heads’, politicians have made it an art to talk but avoid communicating in any substantive way. Corporate media treats everything as a conflict […]

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Faster Brain Learning

Our ability to learn is dependent on movement. According to neuroscientists like Daniel Wolpert your brain and nervous system only exists to produce adaptable and complex movement. The more optimally you move  the faster and easier it is to learn new stuff, and that in turn improves your ability to rationalize, analyze and organize what […]

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Make Your Next First Impression Exuberant And Heartfelt

Even though it occurred over 25 years ago, I still remember one of the most impactful handshakes I have ever experienced. It felt like a familiar partner effortlessly leading me through a well-rehearsed dance. It set up the rest of the interaction as one of the most memorable in my life. How can all this […]

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