Emory Neurophysiologic Institute To Release Documentary And Book

Emory Neurophysiologic Institute To Release Documentary And Book
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Hamlin Emory, M.D. a recognized pioneer and specialist in applying EEG & QEEG data to the treatment of each patient, will soon release a documentary and book detailing his important research and the work of the Emory Neurophysiologic Institute (EM-NPI).
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.: The Emory Neurophysiologic Institute (EM-NPI) was founded in 2012 by Hamlin Emory, M.D. to advance the field of clinical neuroscience.  The work of the institute includes publishing Dr. Emory's inclusive physiologic approach for identifying and improving inherited neurophysiologic variations that cause medical illnesses and mental disorders.

The institute uses Dr. Emory's model, developed in 1987, that monitors and measures each persons' automatic brain and bodily physiology and translates their data into a personalized treatment. In contrast to the psychiatric approach that directs treatment at symptom reduction, Dr. Emory's approach seeks to identify and resolve inherited physiologic variations that can manifest as a persistent physical illness and/or a learning problem, substance dependence or mental disorder.

The documentary and book seek to inform medical doctors and the public about inherited brain variations that are not recognized in everyday medicine and clinical psychology, leading to sub-optimal treatment.  Dr. Emory's database applies the latest findings in basic neuroscience that suggest persistent physical and mental disorders are due to failing homeostatic interactions within the brain and between the brain and other bodily systems.

"A healthy brain automatically balances itself and other bodily systems 24/7; yet, inherited differences in brain function can impair these interactions and cause persistent distress.  The documentary and book outline many successful patients helped by our method," says Dr. Hamlin Emory, M.D.