Using specific techniques developed by Australian Chiropractors we can assist in the integration of these reflexes that could be holding your children back.

Hemispheric Dysfunction – integration of individual hemispheres, can cause generalised hypertonicity.

Hemisphere-Body Link – improves child’s focus whilst engaged in manual tasks.

Hemispheric Synchronisation – connected to visual, auditory and tactile processing, sensory overload and poor ability to read.

Fear Paralysis Reflex (FPR) – anxiety, temper tantrums, hypersensitivity, dislike of change or surprise, poor adaptability, fatigue, breath holding, fear of social embarrassment, insecurity, over clingy, compulsive traits, obsessive compulsive traits, negativity.

Moro Reflex – impulsive behaviour, distractibility, anxiety, emotional and social immaturity, sensitivity to foods or food additives, inappropriate behaviour, adrenal fatigue leading to allergy, asthma or chronic illness.

Juvenile Suck Reflex – speech and articulation problems, difficulty swallowing and chewing, involuntary tongue or mouth movements when writing or drawing, overbite.

Babkin Reflex – interferes with integration of all mouth and fine motor reflexes.

Palmomental and Plantomental Reflex (PMR) – jaw opening and closing when using scissors, biting others, tight pencil grip, stuttering, jaw clenching.

Palmar Reflex – poor fine motor skills, inappropriate pencil grip and poor handwriting, poor posture when working with hands, difficulty processing ideas onto paper or computer, difficulty spelling or writing.

Plantar Reflex – difficulty learning to walk, poor balance, balance and co-ordination problems.

Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex (ATNR) – poor hand eye co-ordination, poor handwriting, difficulty copying from blackboard.

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex (TLR) – ‘floppy’ child, poor balance, motion sickness, orientation and spatial difficulties.

Sagittal Labyrinthine Reflex (SLR) – poor concentration, fatigue while reading or working at a desk, bad desk posture, difficulty swimming and low sports performance.

Stepping and Heel Reflexes – Stepping – toe walking, tight calf muscles, poor balance and muscle control, feet and ankle problems, recurring hamstring injuries and visual problems. Heel – heavy heel walking, heel pain, shin splints, Achilles tendonitis, poor core stability, balance problems, visual problems.

Suprapubic Reflex – bladder and pelvic floor problems, hormonal imbalances, altered walking pattern and posture.

Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex – late crawling, poor hand eye co-ordination, slumped posture, poor organisation and planning skills and eye fatigue.

Spinal Galant – retention may lead to inability to sit still, attention and concentration problems, bed wetting, scoliosis and clumsiness.