Directions for LD Treatment with Reflex Therapy

Authors

  • Sulltana Bilbilaj Akademia Pedagogjike e Tiranes

Abstract

Increasing number of children with learning difficulties is a nationwide problem that requires immediate attention apart from neurobiology sciences, psychology, pedagogy, medicine, etc.. Children with learning disorders, ADHD, dyslexia, hypo / hyper tonic, autistic, hyperactive, language disorders, oral retention, coordination disorders, sensory disorders, emotional disorders and various other neural developments are known to maintain reflexes that have contributed to their symptoms and level of dysfunction. Difficulty in learning, from the presence of the initial reflexes beyond biological, Babinski, Moro and Startle, Walk or Steps (Stepping), Research (Rooting), feeding (sucking), Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex (ATNR), Tonic Reflex Maze (TLR), Palm Reflex (Palmar) Plantar Reflex (Plantar) Galant Reflex, such as parachute reflexes and abou 70 as these are neurological disorders and children may have difficulty speaking, reading, and/or writing, spelling, reasoning, perceiving, memorizing, organization and processing information. Primitive reflexes are essential for the survival and development in the womb and in the first months of life. Times of occurrence that initial reflexes begin are in early prenatal stages of the child in the uterus. Some initial reflexes are present at birth and are an indicator of development neurobiology. By anatomical and biological perspectives, initial reflexes stay for a short period of time and under the influence of specific movements, they refrain and postural reflexes take place. This is the stage when they are integrated with the higher centers of the brain control. If they are kept beyond their normal age of integration they can disturb some or all the functions of the higher brain centers which includes behavior; such as learning and integration of large or fine movements and more neurological disorders. Initial stem reflexes use a program based on the theory of repetition which enables alliteration of specific stages of development through paraphrasing movement patterns based on early brain development. The brain is given a "second chance" to pass through the stages which have been missing or have been incomplete movements in the first year of life, so therefor, nerves and nerve development pass in the proper time.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n11p77

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Published

2013-11-05

How to Cite

Bilbilaj, S. (2013). Directions for LD Treatment with Reflex Therapy. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2(11), 77. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/ajis/article/view/1463