DR.PATRICIA C. ONUOHA, PHD, MD, DIP, BCCS, BCC
DR.PATRICIA C. ONUOHA, PHD, MD, DIP, BCCS, BCCCOGNITIVE SPECIALIST
Biofeedback, Electrical Stimulation Therapies, Energy Healing, Exercise Programs / Yoga, Health Coaching, Herbal Medicine, Massage/Body Work, Mind Body Medicine, Neurofeedback, Nutritional Medicine, Psychotherapy, Spirituality, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups
I am Dr.Patricia Chinwe Onuoha, a seasoned Medical Practitioner with natural call and gift in helping and restoring health globally.I love the skill of science as well as arts.My purpose is to apply my wide knowledge in making diagnosis and treating the findings through various approach not necessarily pharmacological products which introduces toxin and oxidants into man,thus constituting hazard in the life of man.My practice is for ages 0 – 100 and above irrespective of race,sex religious belief,culture and tradition employing empathy and respect.
I love to learn new things and apply it in my day to activities in as much as it will affect human and environment positively.
God has blessed and lifted us with gift of knowledge ,so let us join hand and make ourselves better by doing better things and living better life
Some of my approach and steps includes but not limited to-
1: Cognitive approach. Behavior therapy. Detoxification. Exercise and skills. Relapse prevention approach. Rehabilitation services. Support group/education. Nutrition and hygiene. Smoking reduction and abstinence. Motivational approaches, advice, evaluation and re- evaluation
Referrals and treatment plans.
2: Neurofeedback is also called EEG Biofeedback is a state-of-the-art, non-invasive, drugless method for teaching the brain to function in a more balanced and healthful way. A simple and pleasant learning modality that can help shift the way the brain produces and distributes its electrical energy. It is very useful for ADHD/PTSD treatment generally attempting to increase the production of beta waves and decrease the number of slower brain waves.
Neurofeedback- Helps the brain regain optimal functioning, and proponents of the approach believe people in treatment can often learn how to regulate their own brain waves.
Depression, Emotional issues and challenges
Anxiety, Stress, Anger
Addiction, Intimacy challenges /issues, Schizophrenia
Note: Treatment for epilepsy, seizures, dementia, fatigue, and other sleep issues might also include neuro feedback.
3: Biofeedback is the process of gaining greater awareness of many physiological functions primarily using instruments that provide information on the activity of those same systems, with a goal of being able to manipulate them at will.
Biofeedback is a technique you can use to learn to control your body’s functions, such as your heart rate. You’re connected to electrical sensors that help you receive information (feedback) about your body (bio).
This one technique can help you gain more control over these normally involuntary functions. It’s called biofeedback, and the therapy is used to help prevent or treat conditions, including migraine headaches, chronic pain, incontinence, and high blood pressure.
Biofeedback is a mind–body technique in which individuals learn how to modify their physiology for the purpose of improving physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. Much like physical therapy, biofeedback training requires active participation on the part of patients and often regular practice between training sessions. Clinical biofeedback may be used to manage disease symptoms as well as to improve overall health and wellness through stress management training.
4: Electrical Stimulation: Electric stimulation therapy is a therapeutic treatment that applies electrical stimulation in treating muscle spasms and pain. It can help prevent atrophy and build strength in patients with injuries. It is also helpful in keeping muscles active especially after any type spinal cord injury or strokes.
Physical therapists and other medical practitioners attach electrodes on the patient’s skin, causing the target muscles to contract. With electric stimulation, the patient can maintain muscle tone and strength that would otherwise waste away due to lack of usage.
Electric stimulation works by mimicking the natural way by which the body exercises its muscles. The electrodes attached to the skin deliver impulses that make the muscles contract. It is beneficial in increasing the patient’s range of motion and improves the circulation of the body. It is used in treating conditions like sprains, arthritis, back pain scoliosis and sciatica.
5: Art Therapy: This allows a way of using visual art to express a person’s feelings. An art therapist can help a person in pain explore the images that they have created and understand some of their emotions and concerns.
6: Music Therapy: This therapy allows people in pain to people express themselves and feel more in control. It aids relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety, focuses on healing and enjoying the moment.
7: Life Coaching: This is about helping people to develop their personal, spiritual, physical and professional lives. Its approach encourages people to live and enjoy their life to the fullest and is focused on finding solutions to problems and getting results by making positive changes for their future despite obstacles.
8: Relaxation and Meditation: Relaxation usually includes slow breathing and muscle-loosening exercises to physically and mentally relax the body.
9: Emotional Therapies or Spiritual Healing) Support Groups: These are organized groups where people with chronic pain and their families can meet other people going through similar experiences. Groups can offer practical and emotional support for people in pain or the people who help care for them. They can be in various forms: • Face-to-face support groups • Online discussion forums • Telephone support groups • Peer support programs
10: Counselling: This allows the person in pain an opportunity to discuss various issues with a counselor or psychologist. They can help them identify problems and explore ways of resolving negative thoughts and feelings that may impact on that person’s pain experience and life. It allows an opportunity for the individual to express their emotions in a safe, objective environment, helping to improve self-esteem, communication, relationships and specific difficulties.
11: Nutritional therapy and Herbal approach with scents and flowers and many other areas.
Applying strong skill of diagnosis, assessment and then management of clients of P&A Clinic makes the difference.
Clients reported that their sleep has improved, neuronal pain, fibromyalgia migraine and pounding headache reduced drastically.
There is testimony of quitting alcohol and smoking following gradual withdrawal through group discussion and one on one.
Clients said motivation, encouragement and close monitoring from the clinic has really brought positive changes.
Diabetes, arthritis and rheumatism has been well managed through P&A nutritional approach and guidance,detoxification and education with wellness coaching among others.
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