Daniel Monti, M.D., MBA, and Director of the Marcus Institute, served as principal investigator on the recently published study, "Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) Reduces Symptoms of Traumatic Stress in Cancer Survivors." Fully funded by the ONE Research Foundation, the study found that Neuro Emotional Technique (NET), a mind-body therapy, is an effective and efficient course of treatment with patients who have experienced life-threatening medical issues.
Using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), physician researchers were able to assess the effects of NET and saw reduced stimulation in brain structures associated with emotional trauma. Dr. Monti states, “This is the first study, that our team is aware of, that assessed the combined neurophysiological and clinical effects of an intervention for traumatic stress symptoms, and most importantly, offers a demonstrable solution.”
Recently, Dr. Scott Walker interviewed Dr. Monti at the Marcus Institute to delve into questions such as: Why is this study important? What makes this study unique?
Watch the 3-part interview here.