- A patient has MCS – Dr Stein has had great success with her MCS symptoms. How can this patient reduce the severity of her symptoms?
- A patient has osteoarthritis in her feet. She needs orthotics but it puts too much pressure on the top of her foot. She wants her feet cut off she’s in so much pain. Can she get control of the pain & how?
- A man underwent successful surgery to remove a benign brain tumour. He’s gone from fitness enthusiast to little motivation, brain fog & unable to work. Can neuroplasticity help him & begin to feel better?
- A man has just been diagnosed with Parkinson’s. How can neuroplasticity be used to slow the progression?
- A women had a nerve to her bladder nicked in surgery resulting in feeling a frequent need to urinate. Can neuroplasticity dial down these feelings? How would she reduce the need to urinate?
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About Dr. Stein
Through her studies, Dr. Stein has also uncovered the role of chronic stress and its impact on neuroplasticity in the context of MCS and CFS. She has found that prolonged stress can alter brain function, leading to changes in neural connectivity and neurochemical imbalances, which can contribute to the development and persistence of these conditions.
Dr. Stein’s research has not only advanced our understanding of the underlying mechanisms of MCS and CFS but has also opened doors to potential treatment approaches. Her work has highlighted the importance of addressing both environmental triggers and stress management in the management and treatment of these conditions. Her findings have also pointed towards the potential for neuroplasticity-based interventions, such as cognitive-behavioral therapies, mindfulness techniques, and neurofeedback, to help modulate brain function and reduce symptoms in individuals with MCS and CFS.