12-Week Primitive Reflex Integration Program

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Transform Your Body's Reflexes: A Guided 12- Week Journey

Begin a specially designed program aimed at enhancing fundamental body reflexes. Progress through key reflex stages such as the Moro reflex, TLR, ATNR, STNR, guiding you step by step through a thorough process of improvement.

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Program Highlights

Expertly Crafted Exercises

Each activity is meticulously designed by experts to target specific reflexes, ensuring you engage the right muscles and neural pathways for optimal results.

Week-by-Week Guidance

Detailed instructions and support every step of the way. This structured approach helps you understand your progress and what to expect next, keeping you motivated and on track.

Focus on Vagus Nerve Stimulation

We emphasize techniques that stimulate the vagus nerve, promoting relaxation, reducing stress, and enhancing overall well-being.

Program Benefits

Improved Coordination and Balance

Engage in exercises that enhance your body's ability to synchronize movements, leading to better stability in daily activities and reducing the risk of falls. This improvement in coordination and balance is essential not only for athletic pursuits but also for everyday comfort and safety.

Enhanced Motor Skills

Through targeted activities, our program helps refine both gross and fine motor skills, enabling smoother, more precise movements. Whether it's improving your handwriting or enhancing your performance in sports, these skills play a crucial role in daily tasks and hobbies.

Stress Reduction through Vagus Nerve Activation

Our unique focus on stimulating the vagus nerve has profound effects on your mental health, helping to alleviate stress and anxiety. This activation encourages a state of calmness throughout the body, improving your mood and overall sense of well-being.

Foundational Skills for Lifelong Well-being

Beyond immediate improvements, the program lays down the groundwork for sustained health and fitness. By focusing on fundamental reflexes and bodily functions, you're investing in a foundation that supports lifelong mobility, wellness, and quality of life.

Offer Details

Begin a transformative journey to improve your physical health and mental balance, discovering the full potential of your body's capabilities.
  • 6 Months Rental Access
  • Comprehensive Week-by-Week Guide
  • Exclusive Access to Instructional Videos
  • Direct Support for Questions and Guidance

The Developer

Dr. Scott Wustenberg is the dedicated program developer behind this transformative journey. With a rich background that spans across chiropractic health, nutritional medicine, physiology, and biochemistry, Dr. Wustenberg brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. His academic achievements are matched by his passion for holistic health and well-being.

He skillfully curated and combined well-known, effective exercises into this unique format. His approach is rooted in his deep understanding of the human body's capabilities and the intricate connections between physical activity and overall health. This program is the culmination of years of experience and study, designed to offer a comprehensive path to wellness.

His passion for helping others achieve their health and wellness goals drives the program's development. By carefully selecting and organizing these exercises, Dr. Wustenberg aims to make accessible the benefits of improved coordination, balance, motor skills, and mental health to everyone. His commitment to fostering foundational skills for lifelong well-being is what sets this program apart and makes it a valuable resource for anyone looking to enhance their physical and mental balance.
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Frequently Asked Questions

At what age do primitive reflexes disappear?

Primitive reflexes typically disappear by the age of 12 months. They are replaced by postural reflexes.This process, known as integration, is a sign of healthy neurological development. It is considered normal to have primitive reflexes until 3 years of age.

What are the survival and primitive reflexes?

Survival reflexes are automatic behaviours essential for survival, while primitive reflexes are involuntary movements or actions. Both types of reflexes serve crucial functions in infancy and early childhood, supporting basic life functions and developmental milestones.

What is the role of primitive reflexes?

Primitive reflexes play a crucial role in the development of motor skills and the brain in infants. These reflexes help protect infants from harm, facilitate the birth process, and establish foundational movement patterns, leading to independence of its care givers. Primitive reflexes are essential for our survival and canulate all volitional motor activities.

What are primitive reflexes and their role in growth and development?

Primitive reflexes are automatic responses to specific stimuli that facilitate neurological growth and motor development. Examples include the Moro (startle) reflex, rooting reflex, and sucking reflex, which are present at birth and gradually fade as the nervous system matures, and thus are no longer necessary to survival or development.

What are primitive reflexes and give a few examples?

Primitive reflexes are involuntary responses present at birth. Examples include the Moro (startle) reflex, Tonic labyrinthine reflex, and the asymmetric tonic neck reflex, which support initial survival by helping develop the spatiotopic map and motor control of the babies limbs, allowing the infant to move, roll over, develop eye yoking, crawling and eventual walking. 

Can adults still have primitive reflexes?

Yes, adults can still have primitive reflexes. However, the persistence of these reflexes in adults may indicate underlying neurological issues and should be assessed by a healthcare professional.

How do you stop primitive reflexes?

Primitive reflexes naturally diminish and integrate into the body's normal neurological functioning as a child develops. If these reflexes persist beyond the typical age of integration, specific therapeutic interventions can help integrate them.

Can primitive reflexes return?

Yes, primitive reflexes can return or become more pronounced in adults. This can occur due to neurological conditions, brain injuries, or diseases affecting the nervous system, indicating a need for further evaluation and management.

Do primitive reflexes reappear?

Primitive reflexes can reappear in adults. This reappearance may be a sign of neurological issues and should be evaluated by a healthcare professional, especially if accompanied by other symptoms.

How do you test for primitive reflexes?

Testing for primitive reflexes involves performing specific actions or providing stimuli. Healthcare professionals use these tests to assess the integrity of the nervous system and identify any abnormalities that may require further evaluation or intervention.

What is primitive reflexes in autism?

In individuals with autism, primitive reflexes may persist beyond the typical age of integration. This can affect sensory processing, motor development, and behaviour, highlighting the complex nature of autism spectrum disorders.

Where are primitive reflexes located?

Primitive reflexes originate in the brainstem and are mediated through the nervous system. These reflexes are essential for survival and early development, playing a critical role in establishing fundamental neurological pathways.
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