Heal Nervous Tics Naturally
At Holistic Psychotherapy Center in Encino, CA, we use Integrated Physical Emotional Clearing (IPEC) Therapy to help target and treat your nervous tics. IPEC Therapy is an energy-based treatment that helps target certain areas in the body that are afflicted with energy blockages or disruptions.
These specific areas are the pain points or the different paths of the nervous tic. Our psychotherapists will use Muscle Response Feedback (MRF) and light therapy to assess the underlying issue that has created the tic in the first place and create a customized energetic intervention to help clear these pain points and naturally heal your tic disorder.
With over 25 years of experience in holistic therapy, Encino psychotherapists Dr. Uri Kenig and Dalia Kenig, M.A. would love to treat your tic disorder. Using their expert knowledge and IPEC Therapy, they will help you live a better, healthier life. Say goodbye to medication and other treatments and take control of your natural healing with holistic therapy.
What you need to know
about nervous tics
Nerves and muscles work together in our body. Nerve impulses activate our muscles and make them move. When chronic stress reactions overload the nervous system there is a discharge of excess energy through involuntary movements in a form of nervous tics.
It is important for you to know that nervous tics are treatable and can be greatly reduced or cleared with natural treatment.
Common Nervous Tics We Treat:
Jerking movements (arms, shoulders, neck, hands)
Eye blinking and twitching
Throat clearing sounds
We Practice a Natural Approach to the Treatment of Nervous Tics
Based on the concept of Traditional Chinese Medicine that healing is facilitated by balancing the flow of vital energy, we use Muscle Response feedback (MRF) in the treatment of nervous tics.
This is a noninvasive method of evaluating body systems and organ energetic imbalances by getting direct feedback from the body. Based on the findings we use customized body-mind balancing interventions like tapping, light therapy, sound therapy and other energy sources to help your body return to its natural balance and health.
Schedule An Appointment With
Dr. Uri Kenig or Dalia Kenig M.A.
If you or a loved one are located in or near Encino, CA and is struggling to manage nervous tics, then we want to hear from you. Contact our team to set up an appointment at our Encino, CA location. We also offer online and telephone sessions. You do not have to suffer from tics alone. We are here to help!
The Science Behind Tics
Most people don’t know that a nervous tic is actually a muscle spasm that goes through the emotional part of the brain before it makes the muscle move. Nerves and muscles work together in our body. Nerve impulses activate our muscles and make them move.
Tics are sudden, repetitive movements or sounds that are often hard for a person to control. They can happen in any part of the body, but they are most common on the eyelids or face. In the US 5% to 20% of children and adults, experience various kinds of nervous tics.
Our holistic therapy in Encino, CA can help you learn about and treat your tics.
When chronic stress reactions overload the nervous system there is a discharge of excess energy through involuntary movements in a form of nervous tics.
It’s important to understand how tics are categorized. There are two types of tics: motor tics, which are movements, and vocal tics, which are sounds.
Motor tics are then either simple or complex. A simple motor tic involves one movement, such as blinking or shrugging. A complex motor tic, however, involves multiple movements that are performed together and or in a particular order.
The cause of tics is currently unknown; however, things like stress, anxiety, and or sleep deprivation have been known to play a role in tic disorders.
There are three different types of tic disorders: provisional tic disorder, chronic motor or vocal tic disorder, and Tourette’s disorder.
People diagnosed with provisional tic disorder have had motor and or vocal tics for less than one year. Chronic motor or vocal tic disorders involve a patient who has been dealing with motor or vocal tics for at least a year or more.
Tourette’s, the tic disorder with the most severity, deals with both motor and vocal tics for one year or more. Determining which type of tic disorder you have will help you figure out the treatment plan that is best suitable for you.
For the most part, tics are minor and do little to no harm. However, if they worsen to the point where they begin to affect certain areas of your life such as your work or your relationships, then it is time to seek help. It is important for you to know that nervous tics are treatable and can be greatly reduced or cleared with natural treatment.