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The 'Facultad de Medicina, UCM, Madrid 'is a pigsty
« on: November 24, 2021, 06:19:32 PM »

Searching for crap concerning the fraudster Isaac Goiz Duran, one additional finding raised eyebrows. This one:

https://anabelen.co/en-corto/

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Ana Belén Tapia Gómez

Doctora en ciencias biomédicas y terapeuta de kinesiología y etioterapia
© 2021 Ana Belén Tapia Gómez
CONSULTA
ETIOTERAPIA Y KINESIOLOGÍA
ALZHEIMER
ACOMPAÑAMIENTO TERAPUÉTICO: NIÑOS Y ADOLESCENTES
DOCENCIA E INVESTIGACIÓN
SOBRE ANA BELÉN
En corto
Estudios Académicos

2019-2020 Diplomado en Medicina y Complejidad. Instituto de Ciencias Biomédicas. UNAM. Ciudad de México.

2017 Doctora en Ciencias Biomédicas, Facultad de Medicina, UCM, Madrid. Tesis doctoral: El cuerpo como sistema complejo. Una aproximación epistemológica a las medicinas alternativas, 2017 bajo la tutela de Ángel Luis González de Pablo.


2006-2011 Doctorando de Filosofía, UCM, Madrid. Tesis doctoral Análisis del concepto de deseo (Spinoza, Nietzsche y Foucalt). Directores de tesis: Eugenio Fernández García y José Luis Pardo Torío. (Tesis inacabada.)
2008 CAP. Certificado de Aptitud Pedagógica. Especialidad Filosofía, UCM, Madrid.
2002 DEA. Máster en Fundamentos y desarrollos psicoanalíticos. (Programa interdisciplinar entre las facultades de Filosofía, Medicina y Psicología), UCM, Madrid. Tesina para la suficiencia investigadora El concepto de deseo en la Ética de B. Spinoza, bajo la tutela de Eugenio Fernández García.
1999 Licenciada en Filosofía. UCM, Madrid.
1994 Bachillerato Internacional de Ciencias Puras. SEK San Ildefonso, Madrid.
Formación en Terapias complementarias

2020 Terapia narrativa sistémica. (Online) En realización ahora mismo. Dulwich Center. Adelaida, Australia.
2014-2016 Etioterapia, con Patrick Latour y Jean Paul Saignez, París, Francia.
2009-2011 Terapia Osteopática Craneosacral Biodinámica, European School of Craniosacral Therapy, con Robert Harris, Madrid.
2009-2011 Kinesiología. Seminarios de posgrado. Raphael Van Asche. El Escorial.
2009 La muerte: acompañamiento en el proceso y en el duelo. Centro Nagarjuna, Madrid.
2006-2007 Diplomada en Kinesiología por la Asociación de Kinesiología Española (Francisca Nieto Barreda), Madrid.
2003-2006 Medicina China y Acupuntura. Medicina Taoísta (Mantak Chia) con Isabel Leva, Madrid.
2001-2003 Terapia regresiva y emocional con Kinesiologia con Isabel Leva (Sheldon Deal), Madrid.
1999-2009 Kinesiología Aplicada y Holística con Isabel Leva, (Sheldon Deal), Madrid.
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Why does she have 3 addresses, one in the university in Mexico-City? "Doctora en ciencias biomédicas" is a shameless fraud.

 
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Ana Belén Tapia Gómez

Doctora en ciencias biomédicas y terapeuta de kinesiología y etioterapia
© 2021 Ana Belén Tapia Gómez
CONSULTA
ETIOTERAPIA Y KINESIOLOGÍA
ALZHEIMER
ACOMPAÑAMIENTO TERAPUÉTICO: NIÑOS Y ADOLESCENTES
DOCENCIA E INVESTIGACIÓN
SOBRE ANA BELÉN
Consulta
La consulta y mi trabajo de terapeuta son una parte inmensa de mi vida, que implica no sólo un espacio terapéutico sino también el lugar que da sentido a mi labor investigadora, en tanto que redunda en el beneficio de las personas que atiendo.

Trabajo con dos técnicas complementarias: la etioterapia y la kinesiología, que complemento con otras técnicas como la osteopatía craneosacral y la acupuntura con el fin de hacer la sesión lo más productiva y completa posible.

Las dos consultas fijas en las que atiendo son Madrid y Barcelona. En Madrid atiendo miércoles, jueves y viernes. En Barcelona cada mes y medio.

A veces si me muevo por trabajo la consulta se mueve conmigo y atiendo allí donde estoy. A México, país en el que viví 2019 y parte de 2020, voy dos veces al año para colaboraciones académicas y para atender a quien necesite.

Madrid
+34 622 36 54 36
Calle de Fuencarral, 93, 28004 Madrid, España

Barcelona
+34 622 36 54 36
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 732 Local Unisapiens, 08013 Barcelona, España

Ciudad de México
Contacto por WhatsApp
+34 622 36 54 36
Consulta por la Zona Universidad
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This is her "TESIS DOCTORAL". We don't have to read the whole load of shit. It is sufficient to read the "abstract" to see the plot:


https://eprints.ucm.es/id/eprint/47085/1/T39794.pdf

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UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID
FACULTAD DE MEDICINA
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DEPARTAMENTO DE MEDICINA PREVENTIVA, SALUD PÚBLICA E
HISTORIA DE LA CIENCIA


TESIS DOCTORAL
El cuerpo como sistema complejo. Una aproximación
epistemiológica a las medicinas alternativas


MEMORIA PARA OPTAR AL GRADO DE DOCTORA

PRESENTADA POR

Ana Belén Tapia Gómez

DIRECTOR
Ángel Luis González de Pablo
Madrid, 2018
© Ana Belén Tapia Gómez, 2017UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID
FACULTAD DE MEDICINA
DEPARTAMENTO DE MEDICINA PREVENTIVA, SALUD PÚBLICA E HISTORIA DE LA CIENCIA
EL CUERPO COMO SISTEMA COMPLEJO.
UNA APROXIMACIÓN EPISTEMOLÓGICA A LAS MEDICINAS
ALTERNATIVAS

Tesis doctoral presentada por Ana Belén Tapia Gómez
Bajo la dirección de Ángel Luis González de PabloUNIVERSIDAD
COMPLUTENSE
MADRID
D. ÁNGEL GONZÁLEZ DE PABLO , Profesor Titular del Departamento de
Medicina Preventiva, Salud Pública e Historia de la Ciencia de la Universidad
Complutense de Madrid,
Informa: Que la tesis doctoral presentada por Doña ANA BELÉN TAPIA GÓMEZ bajo
el Título "El cuerpo como sistema complejo. Una aproximación epistemológica a las
medicinas alternativas" ha sido realizada bajo mi dirección, siendo expresión de la
capacidad técnica e interpretativa de su autora, en condiciones tan aventajadas que le
hacen acreedora al título de doctor.
Y, para que así conste, firmo el presente en Madrid, a diez de enero de dos mil
diecisiete.
[...]

SUMMARY (ABSTRACT)

This investigation offers a different approach to complementary and alternative medicines
from an epistemological point of view, as well as an ontological re-definition of the body as
a concept from the therapeutic aspect of those disciplines. This new approach, hitherto
unexplored in Spain, is in accordance with the perspective and recommendations of the
WHO on the inclusion of complementary and traditional medicine in the public health
systems as other forms of medical and health care.
On one hand, this study implies accepting and investigating as referential scientific
fields the two main and unconventional paradigms, systemic and complex, which emerged
in terms of the new epistemological frames of reference. They are based on physics –
specifically particle physics and the physics of complex systems-, biology - evolutionary
and quantum biology– and new disciplines such as cybernetics, which appeared around
the notion of information and its management as an essential component within the
concepts of systemic and complex paradigms. These paradigms will support the
epistemological framework for the review and substantiation of alternative medicines.
On the other hand, it entails the re-drafting of the concept of the body, bearing in mind
the theoretical-practical corpus of alternative medicine, its empirical findings and
following on from the suggestions of said unconventional scientific paradigms and their
epistemological frames of references. From this re-draft, the logical and dynamic structure
of the body as a complex system both self-organised and adaptive can be established.
Consequently, we can underpin and explain in theoretical and practical terms how
complementary and alternative medicines can be an added option to conventional
medicine when it comes to the medical and therapeutic care of every individual.
This study originated from working as a therapist in alternative medicines and being
personally interest in the following: the realisation that the corpora of each of those
therapies are impenetrable and do not allow dialogue or the achievement of consensus
with other therapies; the mismatch between the principles of the current scientific and
technical paradigm and the prominent empirical approach of alternative medicines and
their theoretical and practical corpora which makes them automatically ‘illegal’; the lack of
communication between the paradigms of conventional and alternative medicines; and
viifinally the dilemmas which anterior clarifications entail for patients when having to decide
between medical and therapeutic treatments. These are the reasons why I have proposed
this thesis, its working hypothesis, and its main objectives, to contribute to the resolution
of the highlighted problems.

Working hypothesis:
1.
Alternative medicines combine or aim to combine those aspects of medical
and therapeutic care which conventional medicine ignores or rejects for not meeting
the rigid and mechanistic epistemological criteria which shaped its development and
current structure. Other scientific paradigms and epistemological frameworks exist but
are ‘softer’ and non-mechanistic. They can help understand and support alternative
approaches to medicine and its body concept.
2.
The body is a complex system, self-organised and adaptive. It is made of
matters which come in three different states; they are its own material, biological and
informational complexity and interact inseparably.
3.
For a comprehensive and efficient concept of medicine and its clinical
practice, it is indispensable to include all structural, functional, operational, theoretical
and dynamic aspects which aim to understand the body and the individual as said
complex structure in an ontological, theoretical, practical and clinical way.
The main aims of this investigation are:
1.
To propose an epistemological framework which complies with the current
scientific criteria and supports and explains theoretical and practical perspectives on
alternative medicine as a whole. To have such a framework would help determine
some basic parameters to establish:

• A unified theory of such therapies

• The scientific paradigms and epistemological frameworks that sustain
• Guidelines for future investigations of such therapies based on it
scientific rigour which will lead to empirical but also experimental studies
carried out to pinpoint the efficiency of the treatments

viii•
Standards which facilitate the classification of alternative therapies.
This will promote a better understanding of the differences between conventional
and alternative medicines, and will establish future criteria and areas of evaluation, as
well as recognition, normalisation and approval of alternative medicines.

2.
To review the body concept and the medical and therapeutic approaches of
alternative medicines from the theories, developments and experimental data that have
highlighted the changes in paradigms in physics and biology as basic sciences. This
reconceptualization of the body allows its compaction on a structural, functional and
operational level which integrates the approaches of both conventional and alternative
medicines and offers the complementarity of both perspectives. Medical investigations
will consequently benefit from it for it will:

Create compression and action on diseases, health and the medical
care of each individual

Broaden professionals’ knowledge, skills and efficiency which will in
turn ensure comprehensive and conscientious care of the patient, healthy or
ill.

Help patients feel empowered and responsible for the maintenance of
their health and the decisions regarding it.

The theoretical development of these hypothesis and aims is based on the research,
exploration, and personal examination of the relevant literature in the following
disciplines: epistemology and the philosophy of science, non-linear mathematics,
cybernetics, systemic and complexity theories, and alternative medicines. A comparative
analysis of that literature, the theoretical-practical corpora of the alternative medicines we
practise and are trained in, and the clinical data collected at our practice was carried out.
From this originated the working hypothesis, the argumentation and its verification; all
together it creates an innovative and original thesis in those research areas.
This work has followed the inductive-deductive method but also and mainly a
phenomenological approach, particularly in the second part of the thesis. This
phenomenological approach is based on the research model used in Beyond the Standard
Model Physics (BSM), a scientific know-how which offers new theories to explain the
differences or lack of consistency among experimental data which is always stable during
empirical experimentation. These new theories exceed the explanations and theoretical
ixdevelopments of the standard model. In the case of alternative medicines, their theoretical
and practical corpora and empirical evidence exceed the explanatory models and
theoretical developments of the standard model represented by conventional medicine.
This is shown through the inconsistency of empirical data with the standard developments
or theories, the contradictions exposed, or the difficulty to explain those differences within
the standard framework consensus.
The structure of the thesis follows its hypothesis and aims. It is divided in two parts:
the first part is dedicated to the review of the epistemological framework and the second
aims at re-stating the body concept and presenting the therapeutic practice that stems
from this new conception.
The first part is composed of three chapters and raises the importance of the
epistemological framework as preceding and providing a foundation for any scientific
theory or the constitution of any science. The concepts, objectives, ideals and fundamental
principles which shape and give order to the specific developments that, in turn, configure
our vision of reality and the world are the base of the epistemological framework.
The first chapter of the thesis defines the epistemological framework on which are
based modern or classical sciences; its culminating point is the establishment of
Newtonian physics as a dominant norm. Said framework has come to characterise the
development of Natural sciences such as physics, chemistry and biology. Moreover these
sciences have determined the development of conventional medical science as ground
knowledge on which it relied to grow and evolve and formed the model which guided its
steps from empirical to experimental practice. Out if this context, deemed extremely
mechanistic and reductionist but alternative medicines, remain their theories and
practices. Within this epistemological framework, the body is understood as a mechanism;
this is a deep-rooted and conventional conception which alternative medicines go against.
The second chapter addresses the breakdown of this epistemological framework. The
emergence of particle physics, opposition to some approaches of evolutionary biology such
as the dissipative structures proposed by Ilya Prigogine —in which living organisms are
understood as structures immovable in their functionality but opened in their relation to
the world and characterised by a constant fluctuation between order and disorder, stability
and change—, and the development of qualitative mathematics and cybernetics as a
discipline that deals with information and its management meant a break with said
xepistemological framework and rendered necessary new approaches which could account
for new discoveries without abandoning scientific and epistemological rigour. The new
paradigms able to welcome and work towards such approaches were found to be the
systemic paradigm and complexity. Conventional medicine accepted the hardest and more
instrumental advances of said paradigms whilst alternative medicine found in them
common ideas and a gap that allowed for substantiation and growth. It may be said that
the body concept which matches up this rupture of the conventional framework can be
understood as the affirmation that the body is not always a mechanism, even though
conventional medicine keeps supporting this theory.
The last chapter of the third part is entirely dedicated to the development of the
systemic and complex paradigms. Different theories on which those paradigms are based
are analysed: we will reflect on formal and informational complexity through qualitative
mathematics and cybernetics, biological complexity through evolutionary and quantum
biology, and material complexity from the point of view of particle physics. We will also
consider where conventional and alternative medicines situate themselves within those
paradigms, both sharing a new approach of the body as a complex system.
The second part contextualises the hypothesis stating that the body is a complex system
made of matter in different states; it does so based on particle physics, biology, and the
paradigms developed in the first part. Building on this hypothesis and the concept of
matter emerging from the new epistemological frameworks as a systematization
comprising physical matter, energy, and information, we will then proceed to describe the
structure and dynamic of the body as a complex system.
The first chapter explains the body structure which we understand as consisting of
three intertwined matters: physical, energetic, and informational. We thus determine the
informational level as experiential, transgenerational, and morphogenetic memory, the
energetic level as interface, and the material level as anatomical body. The second chapter
addresses the dynamic of the body as complex system, based on Stéphane Lupasco’s
theory; he highlights a dynamic logic which encourages all systemic configurations from a
perspective which brings together particle physics and biology. Both chapters expose the
makeup of the body as a self-organised and adaptive complex system.
xiThe following four chapters discuss how this alternative perspective can be put into
practice. Chapter three presents tools that allow access to the body as a complex system:
the Vascular Autonomic Signal (VAS) developed by Nogier, the kinesiology test, and the
tools which enable to ‘ask’ the body the questions necessary for its understanding. Chapter
four contains the statistics collected in our clinic; they include different types of patients,
problematics, ages, gender, the form of contact, and the time spent in therapy. An example
of each kind of patient will be presented in chapter five, along with a case study. Those
claim to summarise and illustrate everything that has been developed in the preceding
chapters of the thesis. Finally, chapter six encapsulates the clinical monitoring of the
patients.

The following is a concise summary of our key findings:
1.
With regard to the epistemological framework we can state that there is a
frame able to sustain, justify and give experiential support to certain alternative
approaches in medicine. This framework is neither reductionist nor mechanistic and
abides by scientific and experimental rigour. It will also help with future projects and
experimental investigations aimed at verifying the validity of alternative therapies.
2.
The appearance of new physical, biological, mathematical and cybernetic
paradigms make the case for a distinct body concept, as alternative medicines do. This
new body conception requires its understanding as a complex system composed of
matter, energy and information.

3.
For a comprehensive and efficient therapeutic practice and to achieve truly
preventive medicine, it is essential to combine the perspectives of both conventional
and alternative medicines.

[...]
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No need to read over 460 pages of utter shit. The key is this:

The appearance of new physical, biological, mathematical and cybernetic
paradigms make the case for a distinct body concept, as alternative medicines do. This
new body conception requires its understanding as a complex system composed of
matter, energy and information.

3.
For a comprehensive and efficient therapeutic practice and to achieve truly
preventive medicine, it is essential to combine the perspectives of both conventional
and alternative medicines.

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"This new body conception requires its understanding as a complex system composed of matter, energy and information."

DAMNED SHIT THIS IS! DAMNED SHIT!

That university is a pigsty, enabling fraud in medicine by glorifying and legalizing such dreck. It is disgusting.
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Re: The 'Facultad de Medicina, UCM, Madrid 'is a pigsty
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2021, 03:58:00 PM »

Here is an advertisement for her crap:


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Este centro le debe su nombre y su existencia a mi maestra, Isabel Leva, que dedicó gran parte de su vida a la Kinesiología, a su investigación, a la formación de algunos kinesiólogos, pero sobre todo a curar a sus pacientes desde la más honesta entrega, desde la vasta sabiduría de su singular espiritualidad, y con el profundo compromiso de sanar.

Son dos nuestras funciones principales, ambas, misiones íntimamente unidas:

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