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Physical, Emotional, Neurological
Stress & Trauma

  • Birth Trauma

  • Physical Trauma

  • Emotional Trauma

  • Acute Stress

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Negative Behaviors

Every single human will experience a stressful or traumatic event at some point in their lives. For various reasons, whether in utero, at birth, or later on in life, the physical/emotional stress or trauma affects a person’s ability to access the positive protective developmental possibilities of reflex patterns. What does this mean? A stressful or traumatic event can either impair the developmental maturity of a reflex or compromise the functions of previously integrated reflexes. We activate our survival reactions and reflexes under physical or emotional stress, including Grounding, Balancing, Tendon Guard, Moro, and Fear Paralysis. A stressful situation (e.g., birth trauma, an injury, work-life pressures, financial stresses, natural or human-caused catastrophes, etc.) can lead to abnormal movement patterns, compensations, and challenges with physical and emotional health, reasoning, problem-solving, etc. Reflex integration disorders diminish the functional and structural aspects of reflex patterns and can cause a lack of coordination in the body-brain system on different levels. NeuroReflex Integration works with those challenged primary motor reflex patterns to improve their function. Conditions/situations include:

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