Restoring the body’s appropriate reflex function for clear communication between the motor and sensory systems
Subcortical neurological pathways allow a connection between specific sensory inputs and motor functioning. The primary primitive reflexes help form the foundation of everything we do.
When there is a disruption to the neurosensorimotor pathways, we can experience significant problems in our everyday functioning. For instance, there may be developmental delays or behavioral or emotional regulation problems.
The MNRI Method helps to heal and restore the neurosensorimotor problem by addressing the underlying cause. This approach identifies and isolates the primary motor reflexes involved. Then, it addresses the neurosensorimotor dysfunction related to the identified primary motor reflexes. The MNRI Method restorative techniques help reduce, and potentially eliminate, the automatic or learned neurosensorimotor dysfunction.
Who can benefit from the MNRI Method?
This process helps build the stability of the body’s neurological foundation at the subcortical level. As a result, this process helps strengthen the nervous system, stress resilience, and neuroplasticity.
This approach can help anyone, especially infants and young children. It’s particularly effective with:
- Developmental Learning Delays
- Speech delays
- Recovery from illness like stroke, concussion, or traumatic event
The MNRI Method Can Help Heal Neurosensorimotor Dysfunction From Infancy Through Adulthood
Here at Family Tree Chiropractic and Wellness Center, we focus on helping families in the greater Cincinnati, OH area safely recover from injury, surgery, or health conditions. We’ll support you through every phase of recovery, from diagnosis to active recovery and your prevention stage.
David Trigg, LMT is a massage therapist that applies massage therapy techniques as taught by the MNRI (Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration) organization. His massage therapy is always prescribed by a Doctor and is dedicated to help those with developmental disabilities, sensory processing disorders and many other diagnostic labels as well as those with post-traumatic stress disorder.
He’ll work with you, your child, and family to help get to the root of the problem to help improve, and even restore, function.