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Maladaptation may affect any of 8 levels of function.

The  eight levels are: skills, postural/muscular, mental, emotional, spiritual, instinctual, energetic and biochemical. When we experience stress, whether due to relationships or finances, poor/toxic diet, injury or surgery, overwork or circumstances that are beyond our control, we adapt strategies that engage many systems. Adaptation and thus maladaptation occur on every level of function; physical, mental, emotional and biochemical. Any system of the body may be affected; the musculoskeletal, endocrine, immune, circulatory, digestive, respiratory, urinary or nervous systems, thoughts and emotions are all part of, or effected by an adaptive posture.

Thus, problems in any system of the body may be partially or fully the result of maladaptation, may result in maladaptation, or both.  Reducing maladaptation may reduce or eliminate any symptom, physical or mental from which we may be suffering.

An example of maladaptation - headaches and neck pain after a car accident

 As an example, lets look at adaptation and maladaptation that may occur with driving.  When we drive we have learned hold our bodies in a certain way, increasing circulation to certain muscles, and to have a certain state of arousal which postures every system of the body, from hormones and neurotransmitters to digestion and breathing to be appropriate for the activity. Once learned, this will occur the same way each time, without conscious input. Then you have a fairly minor car accident, and new learning occurs. The new learning may create changed expectations causing hyper alertness, and an unconscious bracing for impact. This alters the nervous system and thus hormones, neurotransmitters, digestion, blood flow, breathing and posture. These changes, are maladaptive, keeping the body in stress, and their effects may extend past just driving.

After the accident, you notice you have headaches and back pain. One may assume correctly that the pain is from the accident, but what, specifically is causing the pain? The assumption would generally be that the pain is coming from muscle or ligament injury and that is logical, but is it correct? There is a high likelihood that the pain is from maladaptation and the changes that it engenders.

In another example, if you will sprain your ankle, your nervous system elicits, on-the-fly, an intelligent adaptation in posture, shifting muscles throughout your body to take weight and pressure off of the effected ankle. When the sprain heals, your body may have learned the muscle postures that were used to adapt to the sprain. These postures cause muscle imbalances which may generate immediate symptoms or predispose you to future injury or longer-term joint problems, in the same way that driving a car with the front end out of alignment wears the tires unevenly.

Repetition compulsion

The nervous system assumes that what we have experienced before, we will be prepared to experience again. There is less need to brace ourselves for good or neutral events, so we naturally will put more emphasis on the negative events and prepare for and expect their recurrence. This may, for various reasons, cause us to actually participate in various ways in the recurrence of stress and trauma in our lives or to interpret the present based on the past, essentially creating the experience, if not the reality, of the re-occurrence of stress or trauma. Sigmund Freud called this repetition compulsion.

Stomach ache, sprained ankle & broken heart - same treatment?

We create memory Instantly but forgetting is difficult. At various levels will, we continue to brace for more, even when the stress has long passed. Even if we absolutely know that the stress is no longer an issue we may have little power to change that learning. Or so it often seems.

NeurOntogenics® purposefully seeks out and eliminates maladaptation. Maladaptation is eliminated in a three step process.  Step one is to recognize it, step two is to activate it or put NeurOntogenics® generally uses joint or muscle manipulation or treatment of acupuncture points to accomplish this. NeurOntogenics® uses kinesiology can help guide the process and determine both the best input to the body and whether the treatment has successfully addressed the maladaptation.

There are three general levels that NeurOntogenics® addresses. While each requires a different focus of analysis to successfully unravel, the principles of treatment and even the treatments themselves may be the same. The idea that a sprained ankle may require similar treatment to a broken heart may be hard to believe without understanding that it is learning and habit underlie the ongoing symptoms of each.

To understand more about the treatment of musculoskeletal issues with NeurOntogenics®, go to Neuromotor Deprograming

To understand more about the treatment of mental and emotional pain and stress by eliminating inner maps that cloud achievement, love and spirit with NeurOntogenics®, go to NeuroHistorical Reprogramming

to understand what nutrition alone cannot do the entire job of balancing organ and glandular function go to Quantum 4 Dimensional Nutrition.

NeurOntogenics®  does not treat the effect, it treats the cause -  maladaptation

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