Anxiety, Anger, and Adrenaline

I am continually trying to understand the Neurophysiological Disorder (NPD) and find better ways to explain it. Here is another one of my attempts. Every human being has anxiety as a necessary survival trait. Every cell in the human body has evolved to survive – not to have a great time. … Read More

My Battle with NPD

The concept that stress can create physical symptoms has been around for centuries. In modern times we have become enamored with technology and have lost sight of the fact that there is a much higher chance physical symptoms will be caused by changes in the body’s chemistry and each organ … Read More

Discovering I had Neurophysiologic Disorder (NPD)

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I personally experienced the full spectrum of the Neurophysiological Disorder (NPD) from 1990 to 2004. I had no idea what was happening and learned an effective treatment strategy by taking every possible wrong turn. I have experienced over half of the 33 NPD symptoms that Dr. Schubiner describes in chapter 5 … Read More

Neurophysiological Disorder -“Short Circuits”

Dr. Schubiner Dr. Howard Schubiner is board-certified in pediatrics, adolescent medicine, and internal medicine. He was a full time professor at Wayne State University for 18 years and now works at Providence Hospital in Southfield, MI. He is the founder of the Mind Body Clinic and the co-author of several … Read More

“The Snarled Stumper” – Noncompliant Patients

The Case The “snarled stumper” is a case of a logger who incurred a relatively mild knee injury at work. He underwent a simple arthroscopy. After the operation, he experienced much more severe pain than before. Every intervention since that point has been ineffective.  Within eight months, his quality of … Read More