The rehabilitation of children with impaired motor function due to a damaged central nervous system can be performed using a variety of methods. One of them is Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration (MNRI®), often used with children suffering from cerebral palsy.
The hypotheses of neurodevelopmental causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are still to be discovered. Recent studies show some reasons to include abnormalities in the development of the brain and central nervous system. The MNRI-Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Neuromodulation Program uses the concept of rehabilitation of early sensory-motor reflex patterns, or units of the nervous system, to optimize the brain development of children with ASD and also with other neurological disorders.
Trauma recovery is an extremely urgent concern in today’s world as highly stressful events appear to be on the rise and corresponding professional support for individuals experiencing traumatic stress, especially children, is lacking.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a leading cause of death and disability worldwide. Since 2000 in Russia and Europe, the incidence of chronic inflammatory respiratory diseases and the frequency of hospitalizations required to treat them have increased.
The most important set of genetic instructions we all get comes from our DNA, passed down through generations. But the environment we live in can make genetic changes, too.
Last year, researchers discovered that these kinds of environmental genetic changes can be passed down for a whopping 14 generations in an animal – the largest span ever observed in a creature, in this case being a dynasty of C. elegans nematodes (roundworms).
A novel and non-invasive method for evaluating and improving neurodevelopmental delays in children with Down syndrome was evaluated. Changes in the reflex patterns of children (6 months to 18 years old) (n=54) with Down syndrome were used as objective measures for comparing before and after participation in a Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration exercise program.
Tissue release and lasting changes may be due to an active contribution of the central nervous system and, particularly, fascial mechanoreceptors.