Dr. Jacqui Clark: Primitive Reflex Inhibition and Sensorimotor Training for Recurrent Injuries and Chronic Pain
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Contemporary pain research shows that chronic pain is associated with sensory processing alterations in the central nervous system. Recurrent injuries and chronic pain are also associated with retained primitive reflexes in some people. The practical will involve assessment and rehabilitation of aspects of sensorimotor function including postural equilibrium control, proprioception, oculomotor function, tactile acuity including 2-point discrimination training, and the neurodevelopmental principles of midline crossing and primitive reflex inhibition exercises.
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