This Blog and Infographic will review tonic reflexes, their significance if the reflex persists beyond the typical age range, and the possible impact on a child’s functioning and role performance. Last but not least, this blog will suggest therapeutic interventions that are known to help inhibit the activation of tonic reflexes and advance postural control as a foundation for optimal functioning.
Lesions of the Spinal Cord Spinal Cord Transection A complete transection of the spinal cord results in loss of muscle tone, motor function, reflex activity, visceral sensation, and somatic sensation below the level of the transection. Immediately after the spinal […]
If your child or students struggle with picky eating, they may have one or more retained Primitive Reflexes. If the child only eats a few select foods, they may have sensitivities caused by retained reflexes. Here's where you can find out more about each reflex... | ilslearningcorner.com