I'll do my best to answer any question, which can ease your pain. My stronger topics are:
- General pain mechanisms: explanatory answers
- Pain neuroscience you can use
- Pain management without drugs
- Alternative/holistic techniques
- Pain education for self help
- Research in Mechanical Tactile Stimulation (MTS): pain and stress relief
- Hands-on practice: MTS method
Conseil Infotonic (Infotonic Consultancy) Marseille, France
Intota, ORC International, USA
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Zilberter T, Ferry A, Borbon R. Neuro-endocrinology of the skin, brain-skin axis and hormesis as possible mechanisms of therapeutic modalities using mechanical tactile stimulation (MTS). F1000Posters, Integrative Physiology, 2013, 4: 261
GENERAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY (past 5 years)
Rheims, S., Holmgren, C. D., Chazal, G., Mulder, J., Harkany, T., Zilberter, T., & Zilberter, Y. (2009). GABA action in immature neocortical neurons directly depends on the availability of ketone bodies. Journal of neurochemistry, 110(4), 1330-1338.
Zilberter, Y., Zilberter, T., & Bregestovski, P. (2010). Neuronal activity in vitro and the in vivo reality: the role of energy homeostasis. Trends in pharmacological sciences, 31(9), 394-401.
Zilberter, T. (2011). Carbohydrate-biased control of energy metabolism: the darker side of the selfish brain. Frontiers in Neuroenergetics, 3.
Zilberter, T. (2012).Food addiction and obesity: do macronutrients matter? Frontiers in Neuroenergetics, 4.
PhD in Neurophysiology
Pain management from the neuroprotection standpoint. This area experiences something close to breakthrough.
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