Episode #35: Neuroplasticity with Dr. Martin Hart, DC
- Last Updated: 12 July 2017 12 July 2017
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In this episode, you will learn about neuroplasticity, creating a more adaptive brain, and implementing Self-Directed Neuroplasticity.
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About My Guest
My guest for this episode is Dr. Martin Hart, DC. Dr. Hart is a Chiropractic Physician at the Hansa Center in Wichita, KS, led by Dr. David Jernigan. He works with patients with complex, chronic conditions. Dr. Hart respects the human body and the human being. He recognizes that each health crisis extends to include the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual level of each patient. Dr. Hart earned a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, and a Bachelors of Science degree in Exercise Science. He has trained and studied in a vast array of disciplines including acupuncture, kinesiology, natural medicine, positive psychology, and many other fields. He is a certified Corrective Exercise Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and holds advanced certification in BioResonance Scanning. His passion is to use his background and continued learning to help patients weave a story of healing and transformation. From his time in strength training and rehab, to chronic illness and holistic health, Dr. Hart understands this journey is a partnership between doctor and patient. He takes a personal approach with each patient, using American Biological Medicine and BioResonance Scanning to help release dysfunctional patterns and restore optimal functioning of the human body. Dr. Hart has a thirst for expanding his knowledge and a passion for working with his patients.
- What is neuroplasticity?
- How does a lack of adaptive capacity lead to symptoms?
- What are the stages of neuroplasticity?
- Is there a specific diet that is best for supporting neuroplasticity?
- What are some of the tools that are used to create a more adaptive brain?
- What is the glymphatic system and its connection to neurological illnesses?
- What is Self-Directed Neuroplasticity?
- What is an optimism bias and how do we create one?
- How do we create an ongoing state of neuroplasticity?
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