Neuromuscular reeducation is a specialized technique used to retrain the brain and spinal cord in voluntary and reflex motor activities to restore normal body movement patterns. We use this type of therapy for a wide range of conditions, including with primitive reflex therapy.

Your nerves and muscles work together to produce movement by sending signals between your muscles and brain about where, when, and how fast to move. Over time, these muscle movement patterns are learned and stored in your memory. However, when nerves or muscles are affected by trauma or various medical and neurological conditions, these patterns can be negatively impacted, leading to difficulties in movement and coordination.

Neuromuscular Reeducation Therapies Include:

  • Balance Exercises: Activities designed to improve stability and coordination.
  • Eye Exercises: Techniques to enhance visual tracking and coordination.
  • Core Control Activities: Exercises to strengthen the core muscles, improving overall body control and posture.
  • Vibration Plate Use: Utilizing a vibration plate to stimulate muscles and nerves, promoting improved muscle function and coordination.
  • Repetitive Movement Exercises: Engaging in repetitive movements to reinforce correct motor patterns and improve muscle memory.
  • Posturing Exercises: Techniques to improve posture and alignment, aiding in better movement patterns.
  • Stimulation Exercises: Activities that stimulate nerves and muscles to enhance their function and coordination.

Neuromuscular reeducation is crucial for restoring normal movement patterns and improving the quality of life for individuals with neuromuscular conditions. Our comprehensive approach ensures that each patient receives personalized care tailored to their specific needs, promoting optimal recovery and improved functional abilities.