NEW YORK (PRWEB) March 27, 2020
Bonnie Wright-Miller, a Massachusetts resident currently pursuing a career in brain healing and stroke recovery in the Boston area, has published her latest book “The Right Image: Mirror Therapy for Improved Brain Functions”: a fascinating yet practical guide to therapeutic exercises for patients recovering from stroke, traumatic brain injury, depression, and Attention Deficit Disorder.
Bonnie writes, “‘The Right Image’ describes the thoughts and process of how to recognize and absorb motor images of the body so mirror cells can match the image to what is already on file in the brain.
This planning and recognition of motor parts of the body can be used as a form of therapy for the brain in the event of existing conditions such as a stroke, brain injury, ADD, and depression.
Mirror cells respond to these plans many different ways, but in this book, they receive these plans as a form of intentions or purposeful ideas that you have for using the motor parts of the body. Purposeful ideas arrive in the form of anticipation in this book, but also by challenging the reader to imagine how to plan to use the motor parts of the body.
This book delivers ideas in the form of suggestions as well, such as using a paper shoulder image rather than you own. This allows you to appear to begin to take back control of the motor images for both sides of the body rather than one, which is another attribute mirror cells look for when forming mirror images.”
Published by Page Publishing, Bonnie Wright-Miller’s engrossing book is one you’ll want to keep as a resource for years to come.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Right Image: Mirror Therapy for Improved Brain Functions” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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