Masgutova Method (MNRI)
Infant reflexes are involuntary protective motor responses that respond to an internal or external stimulus. Scientific investigation continues to reveal the complexities of their development and how hugely important they are to our ability to exist. Fully matured and integrated reflexes are essential for optimal motor, cognitive and social development. Brain and spinal damage can cause the central nervous system to become compromised, resulting in infant motor reflexes to become blocked or damaged.
Work aimed at reintegrating primary infant reflexes involves providing a precise stimulus to activate the reflex, followed by an in-depth motor experience of the reflex pattern, thereby activating, awakening or creating a more efficient neurological pathway. The process of methodically repeating the original motor pattern of the reflex response is followed by experiencing the same movement in the opposite direction and then by all possible directional variants for the specified stimulus. The goal is to reestablish a clear connection between the sensory stimulus and the motor response.
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