Research

Science with social relevance

Research and practise that serve humanity are the driving forces of Neurotricional Sciences Pty. Ltd., its mission, and its establishment of the NeuroPhysics Therapy Institute and Research Centre at Robina, in Queensland, Australia.


 

The NeuroPhysics Therapy (NPT) Institute and Research Centre

  • Treats people from all over the world whose debilitating health conditions have not been helped by other treatment modalities or have been judged hopeless by the medical profession.
  • Delivers the practical training components to NPT therapists-in-training.
  • Develops clinical methodologies tailored to specific conditions that can benefit from them.
  • Conducts case study and methodological research.
  • Partners with medical centers/hospitals, university-based researchers, and research foundations.

 

Our Research Goals

Over its nearly 30-year history, NeuroPhysics Therapy has consistently benefitted countless thousands of people who reach and often exceed their goals for health and well-being.  Three broad arms of research are needed to support further-reaching benefits of the therapy around the world.

  • Theoretical research to explain the therapy’s impacts on specific and general classes of health conditions, whether they are classified as disorders, diseases, or injuries.
  • Clinical studies of treatment effects.
  • Case studies

Videos of Selected Case Studies

We have an extensive library of case study videos that involve a wide range of mild to severe conditions.  The process of curating the library into compilations by condition is in progress. High-impact research opportunities are plentiful with NeuroPhysics Therapy. This is the result of the wide range of health conditions NPT treats and the relevant modalities by which it is utilised.

Therapeutic practice with positive impacts

NeuroPhysics Therapy uses a standardised treatment approach that takes place over varied lengths of time. Within the standardised approach are various programs that progressively develops and maintains clients’ control over their system while, and by, correcting the causes of their system’s prior behaviour.


Partial List of Conditions Benefited by NeuroPhysics Therapy:

Corrected or Significantly Improved

Arthritis Lupus Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
Athletic performance Metabolic disorders Rehabilitation
Bipolar disorder Migraine Repetitive strain injury
Chronic pain Motor neuron disease Restless leg syndrome
Degenerative disorders Multiple sclerosis Spasticity
Depression (clinical; reactive) Muscular dystrophy Spina bifida
Drug addiction (incl. Rx) Myelitis Stroke
Dystonia Narcolepsy Structural flaws (e.g., scoliosis)
Epilepsy Osteoarthritis Tourette syndrome
Fibromyalgia Parkinson’s disease Vestibular disorders
Graves’ disease Paraplegic, quadriplegia, Weight loss
Hereditary spastic paraplegia

Treatment Research Collaborations to Date

(see publications and presentations list below)

2015 to present: Adam W. Kiefer, Ph.D., Director of Research Education, Division of Sports Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital; Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati Department of Pediatrics.

2015-2016: Dr. Elio Conte, Director, School of Advanced International Studies on Applied Theoretical and Non Linear Methodologies of Physics, University of Bari, Italy.

The research and development work of the NeuroPhysics Therapy Institute and Research Centre is supported by AusIndustry.



Invitation to New Research Partnerships

The Centre invites interest from medical centers, universities, and philanthropic and research foundations for clinical studies and other forms of research into the effectiveness of NeuroPhysics Therapy for specific conditions as well as across the spectrum of cases it has benefitted over its nearly 30-year history.

Contact Research Page


Theoretical Research

Ross, S. N.  & Ware, K.  (2013). Hypothesizing the body’s genius to trigger and self-organize its healing: 25 years using a standardized neurophysics therapy.  Frontiers in Physiology, 4, 334. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2013.00334.  http://www.frontiersin.org/Journal/10.3389/fphys.2013.00334/


Treatment Research

Conte, E., Ware, K., Marvulli, R., Ianieri, G., Megna, M. (2016). Verification of the Validity of the NPT Treatment in Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia: An Investigation Performed by Application of Random Matrix Theory. World Journal of Neuroscience, 6, 1-17. DOI: 10.4236/wjns.2016.61001. http://file.scirp.org/pdf/WJNS_2015120914275082.pdf

Ware, K., Conte, E., Marvulli, R., Ianieri, G.,  Megna, M., Pierangeli, E., Conte, S., Mendolicchio, L., Pellegrino, F. (2015). Case Report: Generalized Mutual Information (GMI) Analysis of Sensory Motor Rhythm in a Subject Affected by Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy after Ken Ware Treatment.  World Journal of Neuroscience, 5, 67-81. DOI: 10.4236/wjns.2015.52008. http://file.scirp.org/pdf/WJNS_2015033116275685.pdf

Ware, K., Conte, E., Marvulli, R., Ianieri, G., Megna, M., Pierangeli, E., Conte, S., Mendolicchio, L., Pellegrino, F. (2015). Analysis of the Autonomic Regulation in a Case of Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy after Ken Ware Treatment. World Journal of Neuroscience, 5, 162-173. DOI: 10.4236/wjns.2015.52018. http://file.scirp.org/pdf/WJNS_2015052915195511.pdf

Conte, E., Ware, K., Marvulli, R., Ianieri, G., Megna, M., Conte, S., Mendolicchio, L. and Pierangeli, E. (2015). Analysis of Brain-Neuromuscular Synchronization and Coupling Strength in Muscular Dystrophy after NPT Treatment. World Journal of Neuroscience, 5(4), 302-321.   DOI: 10.4236/wjns.2015.54028. http://file.scirp.org/pdf/WJNS_2015080613183440.pdf

Conte, E., Ware, K., Marvulli, R., Ianieri, G., Megna, M., Conte, S., Mendolicchio, L. & Pierangeli, E.  (2015). Heart Rate Variability: On the Importance to Perform HRV Analysis in Subjects Affected from Muscular Dystrophy. World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases, 5(6), 141-149.  DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2015.56017. ePub http://file.scirp.org/pdf/WJCD_2015061008500880.pdf

Conte, E., Ware, K., Marvulli, R., Ianieri, G., Megna, M., Conte, S., Mendolicchio, L. & Pierangeli, E. (2015). Chaos, Fractal and Recurrence Quantification Analysis of Surface Electromyography in Muscular Dystrophy. World Journal of Neuroscience, 5(4), 205-257.   DOI: 10.4236/wjns.2015.54022. ePub http://file.scirp.org/pdf/WJNS_2015070915362377.pdf

 

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NeuroPhysics Therapy Research Presented at Scientific Conferences

Kiefer, A. & Ware, K. (2016). Innovative Nonlinear Analysis Methods for Uncovering Informative Physiological Transitions during Neurophysics Therapy: An Empirical Journey from Datapalooza to SCTPLS 2016. Symposium presented July 30, 2016 at 25th International Conference of Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology & Life Sciences, 30-31 July. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA.

Ware, T., Kiefer, A., & Ware, K. (2016). NeuroPhysics Therapy as a Potential Approach for Prevention of Epileptic Seizure: A Preliminary Analysis. Paper presented July 30, 2016 at 25th International Conference of Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology & Life Sciences, 30-31 July. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA.

Ware, K., Ross, S.N., & Popov, V. (2013). The body’s nonlinear genius: Cases of serious disabilities dramatically improved by the same neural dynamics therapy. 26 July. 23rd International Conference Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology & Life Sciences, 25-27 July. Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA.

Ware, K. (2012). The influences a person’s posture has on nonlinear metabolic activity, emotions and their perception of the environment, and core strength vs. complexity. 26 July. 22nd International Conference Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology & Life Sciences, 26-28 July. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA.

Ware, K. (2011). Control of chaos in the human nervous system to restore physical and emotional integrity. 15 April. Wiring The Brain: Making Connections Conference, 12-15 April 2011. Powerscourt, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.

Ware, K. (2011). Controlling chaos in the human nervous system. 13 May. Advances in Applied Physics and Material Sciences Congress, 12-15 May. Antalya, Turkey.

Ware, K. (2011). Observing the emergence of and the control of chaos in the human nervous system and “chaotic protean evasion.” 6 August. 21st International Conference of Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology & Life Sciences, 4-6 August. Chapman University, Orange, CA, USA.

Ware, K. (2010). Control of chaos to enhance creativity and physical/emotional performance and stability through super slow resistance exercise. 16 March. 4th International Nonlinear Sciences Conference, 15-17 March 2010 University of Palermo, Palermo, Italy.

Ware, K. (2010). Controlling chaos in the human nervous system. 23 March. 20th International Conference of Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology & Life Sciences, 22-24 July 2010. Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, USA.