Retained Neonatal Reflexes

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About RNR

From the moment we are conceived, our brain develops many ‘primitive’ reflexes that help us survive. After birth, these reflexes are referred to neonatal reflexes. Activities such as breastfeeding, sucking, crawling, and a babies ability to react to stimuli are dependent on these reflexes.

As babies grow, these reflexes are no longer needed. They diminish or integrate into more complicated skills that are appropriate, such as hand-eye co-ordination, balance, and the ability to think through more complicated tasks. 
In some cases, due to trauma (very commonly birth trauma through intervention such as forceps, cesarian delivery) to the body at an early stage in life, a baby’s brain may allow the simple, neonatal reflexes to remain, inhibiting a growing child’s ability for their brain to take on new more complicated tasks. This can lead to learning and behavioural difficulties as outlined above and more.

Assessment of children for these reflexes is safe, gentle and fun for children. Treatment is surprisingly simple and very effective. 
Treatment is very precise and generally involves an initial stage of weekly 15 minute sessions over a 6-12 week period (depending on each child and circumstance). Parents remain very well informed about the progress of their child’s treatment at every stage and are included in the process every step of the way.

What to expect

Assessment of children for these reflexes is safe, gentle and fun for children. Treatment is surprisingly simple, and very effective. 
Treatment is very precise, and generally involves an initial stage of weekly 15 minute sessions over a 6-12 week period (depending on each child and circumstance). Parents remain very well informed about the progress of their child’s treatment at every stage, and are included in the process every step of the way.

How RNR can help

At Back to Balance we know all the body’s functions are controlled by the brain, spinal cord and nervous system. We know our body has the potential to grow children, heal a cut and grow hair, without us needing to teach it or give it anything in order to do so.

We believe children are information ‘sponges’ who learn and behave according to the environment they are placed in. We help families and encourage children to reach their full potential, by helping their brains and bodies adapt to their environments. Children are ALWAYS smarter than we think, and capable of MUCH MORE than we may believe!

Does your child experience any of the following?

• Difficulty learning how to crawl, or walk?
• Withdrawn symptoms, anxiety, clinginess, shyness, and tantrums?
• Over-reactive, over-sensitive, been diagnosed with ADHD?
• Speech and/or articulation difficulty, trouble describing what they are thinking?
• Jumbling of letters or poor spelling, difficulty writing expressively, poor posture when sitting?
• Easy distractibility, poor co-ordination, messy handwriting?
• Lack of concentration, difficulty sitting up straight, motion sickness?
• Walking on toes, poor flexibility?
• Trouble with bed-wetting, trouble sitting still at home and school?

All the above issues are easily addressed and treated using ‘Retained Neonatal Reflexes’. This technique, founded by Dr Keith Keen over 20 years ago and works.

Casula

Casula

02 9606 9688
casula@backtobalance.net.au
12B, 633-639 Hume Highway, Casula

Mon-Thurs: 8am - 7pm
Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday: 8am - 12pm
Sunday: Closed

Wooloware

Woolooware

02 9527 7504
woolooware@backtobalance.net.au
182 Kingsway, Woolooware

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Friday: 8am - 12pm, 2pm - 6pm
Saturday: 8am - 12pm
Sunday: Closed

Wetherill Park

Wetherill Park

02 9756 1369
wetherillpark@backtobalance.net.au
U 104, 1183-1187 The Horsley Dr, Wetherill Park

 Monday: 9am - 1pm, 2pm - 7pm
Tues & Thurs: 8am - 11am, 3pm - 6pm
Fri: 8am - 12pm
Sat: 8am - 11am
Wed & Sun: Closed

Gregory Hills

Gregory Hills

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