The part of the brain that processes movement is the same part of the brain that processes learning

I have seen more progress in our first 4 weeks with Brain Connex than with 6 months of traditional OT. Brain Connex starts at the root of the issue (brain rewiring and primal reflexes) instead of attempting to fix the surface issue. Since starting Brain Connex, my daughter has not wet her bed at all and has gained much needed balance. She is also initiating more imaginative play. I can’t wait to see where the next 8 weeks takes her!” – S.L., mom to child with cerebral palsy and intrauterine stroke

Movement helps the brain grow and form. The brain is organized through movement. In turn, it is the brain that organizes all movement: the movement of our body, our thinking, our feelings, and our emotions.

Within four weeks my daughter was finally able to dress herself!!  She never could understand the front vs back of shirts and pants due to dyspraxia. I’m excited to see the other new changes that will happen as we continue doing the movements.” T.A., daughter with dyspraxia

The brain is dependent on the body to provide the stimulation necessary for growth as much as the body is dependent on the brain to send out the neurotransmitters that signal the muscles to move.

If a baby is delayed in acquiring a motor milestone like rolling over or crawling, it is most likely because her primitive reflexes are still active.

It was not until we worked with our son on movement-based treatments with neurological reorganization, including reflex integration, that I saw the most changes in him (for example – going from only being able to scribble in circles to legibly writing his first & last name within 3 months).  More than any other therapy/therapist we had been to in his short life.” W.R., father to a son with autism

Movement can be as effective as medication & psychotherapies, for mental health conditions including anxiety and depression.

Results seen with Specific Conditions

Sensory Processing

Dyslexia & Learning
Vision Issues

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