Reflexes are essential for survival and serve a protective and developmental function. When we are in utero and first born, we move in reflexive movement patterns. This helps to develop muscle tone and prepare us for movement in the world. As we grow, we develop more refined movement patterns. Our reflexes integrate. They help us get to that next developmental level.
Reflexes are very important to us. We initially need these reflexes. They help us develop physically, cognitively, and emotionally. They are there for that part of our development and then they go away. If reflexes are not integrated in older children or adults it can cause challenges with movement, pain, cognition, and emotional regulation. By helping to integrate some of these primitive reflexes, we can help you grow.
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