Behavioral medicine is a promising field of learning in the recent times which combines behavioral, psychosocial, and biomedical practices and theories so as to prevent, diagnose, and take care of patients with mental diseases. The behavioral medicine primarily specializes on the relation between thought and behavior and how it can affect psychological and physical health.
Dr. Curtis Cripe discusses the role of Behavioral medicine in treating mental diseases
Behavioral medicine has been developed as a subordinate of psychological disease medication. The psychological therapists recognized that the majority medical disorder took place owing to behavioral issues. This judgment in turn assisted in the development of behavioral medicine. Behavioral medicine mainly focuses on human brain, brain activity, and neuron. In addition to this, Dr. Curtis Cripe has several years of experience in physiology, cells, structures and memories and has a varied background in neuroengineering, psychophysiology, aerospace engineering, psychology, software development and programming, addiction recovery, brain injury and child neurodevelopment.
Dr. Cripe further stated that behavioral medicine is a response-based therapy which assists the patient to get new positive behaviors that either reduce the severity of or eradicate mental disorders such as addiction, anxiety, phobias and compulsive-neurotic disorder. Dr. Cripe has established the Crossroads Institute, which uses telemedicine brain training delivery systems to assist kids with learning and developmental disorders and offer programs for adults as well with an extensive range of psychological issues which include stressful brain injury and addiction. At present, Dr. Cripe is Science Research and Development Director of NTL Group and leads the team on brain repair and cognitive for head injury, developmental delays, and addiction.
As a well-known research author and brain development specialist, Dr. Cripe at present performs neuroengineering at NTL Group. After finishing the flourishing engineering career, Dr. Cripe came into the field of behavioral medicine. . Areas of behavioral medicine research primarily consist of adolescent health, aging, arthritis, asthma, anxiety, cancer, children’s health, cardiovascular disease, cystic fibrosis, chronic pain, diabetes, depression, disease-related pain, environmental health, eating disorders.
Dr. Curtis Cripe explains that the techniques and therapies involved in behavioral medicine are of advanced nature. Moreover in order to get the effective treatments of patients and their mental disorders the behavioral medicine therapies can assist to a great extent. The popularity of behavioral medicine and neuro-engineering is primarily because a large number of patients and their families have lost faith in the conventional medicine system where anti-depression or drugs are used to treat people suffering from psychological diseases or cognitive defects.
At present, Dr. Cripe is a leading researcher at the NTL Group, where he explores the fields of neuroengineering and behavioral medicine. He is well-known for his leadership qualities and is also a renowned author of numerous peer-reviewed journals and a number of books. Additionally, he is also the member of the Golden Key International Honor Society for Academics and is also an INPP instructor for brain development.