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NeuroPhysics Therapy features strongly as the mechanism behind individual success stories in internationally distributed, highly inspirational books, film, as well as featured in TV shows such as 60 minutes, Fox Sports and National 9 and 7 News.

The groundbreaking news of John MacLean walking again resulting from NeuroPhysics Therapy was shown on 60 minutes in the story “No Limits.”

Barney Miller was told he would never breathe independently or use his legs again. Instead, through sheer force of will, a dash of love, and NeuroPhysics Therapy, he defied all odds to dance on his wedding day.

After suffering from a fall that almost killed her, Emma Henderson’s amazing progress at NeuroPhysics Therapy Institute was highlighted in the premier of Channel 9’s news series “This Time Next Year.”

Martin Hibbert, who lost the use of his legs in the Manchester Arena attack and pal Steve Cook, who lost his through a bike accident, have declared war on their spinal injuries through NeuroPhysics Therapy (Image: Daily Mirror)

World champion athlete Jana Pittman embraces NeuroPhysics Therapy.

Featured on Fox News, see how Ken Ware and NeuroPhysics Therapy is changing the game for Australia’s leading athletes and assisting to enhance functional performance in spinal cord injured patients.

The research to-date about the method and its results has been presented at International symposiums, conferences and published in renowned journals – impressing many in the scientific community with the unexpectedly wide range of clinical applications and their striking results.

This year NeuroPhysics Therapy founder Ken Ware was selected to be on the scientific committee and gave a keynote presentation titled; “The significant outcomes and rationale of exploiting chaos in the Central Nervous System – to accelerate functional rejuvenation of the lesioned spinal cord” at ‘The International Conference on Neurology and Brain Disorder, Rome, June 4-6 2018.

Radio interview with Ken Ware, the founder of NeuroPhysics Therapy.

In the latest episode of the ATP Project Matt interviews Ken Ware. They talk about, not only how to use Chaos theory to get people out of wheelchairs and mobile again, but also how he can make people that are feeling good, feel awesome. They also discuss how you can get out of survival mode and into thrive mode.

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