DR. SWINGLE GRAND ROUNDS
RECORDING AUGUST - 2014
In this recording of a live 1-hour grand rounds session that took place on April 8th, 2014 case presentations include:
- 23 year old male with OCD and supposed ADD. His ADD-like symptoms originate from OCD as well as an effect of incorrect medication. Consequently, he also displays trauma markers, which are most likely related to him bullied as an overweight child.
- 27 year old male that came to the client for optimal performance training. He is a high-performing individual that complains of losing his ability to concentrate and "slowing". Also muscle ticks induced from intense nervousness.
- 38 year old male, retired from the military with severe anxiety and depression. His case is a genuine example of "true" PTSD, when we imagine the disorder in combat veterans.
- Elderly woman "checking-in" without any complaints, although the ClinicalQ suggests otherwise. This is a case where medicine alleviates symptoms, but does not resolve the dysregulation in the brain. At the same time, this begs the question: does the subject need training?
This session includes a discussion of Dr. Swingle's "Contra" protocol for up-training High Alpha (11-12Hz) and down-training Low Alpha (9-10Hz), that uses sound and visual entrainment.