Primitive Reflexes Assessments

Assessments for brain function and core strength

Primitive Reflexes Assessments

Primitive Reflexes are the special reflexes that develop in the brain stem before birth. This set of involuntary Primitive Reflexes help the baby with positioning in the womb, birth- ing, breathing, feeding, urination, etc. Most of these primitive reflexes go away throughout the first year of life as higher functions of the brain and muscle control develop. At Saving Your Brain, we test for primitive reflexes along side other reflexes as it relates to improving brain function.

As part of the Brain Training program at Saving Your Brain, we test for core strength and other physical abilities to improve your brain and body function. Many of these exercises help us evaluate your benchmark so we create a custom plan to help improve brain function.

Kelly Miller, NMD along with our brain health trainers demonstrate a few exercises in the following videos to show how to perform core strengthening exercises which are important in the balancing of the brain. If you have any questions, please contact us at info@savingyourbrain.com with any questions. 

Core Strengthening Exercises

Watch Our Primitive Reflex Assessment Videos

Watch Our Core Strengthening Exercise Videos

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