What is So Important about Addressing Primitive Reflexes in Therapy? AKA Using a Neurokinesiology Framework for Therapy by Lillian Chen-Byerly

On October 9, 2010, 11:07 am

It is important to understand the value of normal development and the ontogenesis of normal reflex development to allow the parent, therapist and physician to better guide and design a treatment program that will remediate the resultant cluster of deficits noted in poor sensory perception, gross and fine motor incoordination often seen as dyspraxia (inability to control one's body resulting from poor balance, posture, and movement), immature patterns of behavior and inefficient processing of expression as noted in possible cognition or learning deficits.

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