An Integrative and Neurophysiological Approach to Traumatic Stress
Distressing events are common and cause more symptoms and impairment of quality of life than most people realize. The results of our studies with NET demonstrate:
- a novel neurophysiological pattern involving the cerebellum, associated with traumatic stress reduction from NET
- decreased activation post-intervention of key brain structures associated with emotional activation/regulation
- decreased autonomic arousal in response to actively recalling the traumatic event post-intervention
- decreased traumatic stress and associated psychological symptoms post-intervention
Recommended CitationMonti, MD, MBA, Daniel A., "An Integrative and Neurophysiological Approach to Traumatic Stress" (2018). Integrative Medicine Lectures, Presentations & Grand Rounds. Presentation 98.