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Old 03-10-2006, 03:45 PM   #1
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Default Perception Priority

Hi all;

The Corex /brain works on the basis of priority of signls coming from peripheral and complaints of the person !The process of prioritization which it works on affected by the person,s culture ,experience ,kinowledge ,environment besides to all person,s beleifs all social ,religous ,..............................!!!

Currently i have a woman 55 years with facial palsy ,for her facial palsy is a neurological disaster ,this is how her Brain sees the situation .
Before that facial palsy occurance , she had complaint of Low back pain and knee pain even she reached to perform MRI for her lumbar region ,took many drugs for more than 2 years ,thinking of surgery .
Following facial palsy onset ,all low back pain and knee pain disappeared completely ,seems her brain saved knee and back pains in his files ,sits the facial as priority.

A good tool to make the brain re-set his priorities when dealing wih chronic patients pains ?Do you agree with me !

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