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Plantar Reflex: Reasons why my Child may be a Toe Walker and has Poor Balance and Coordination

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Plantar Reflex: Reasons why my Child may be a Toe Walker and has Poor Balance and Coordination

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Plantar Reflex: Reasons why my Child may be a Toe Walker and has Poor Balance and Coordination

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Plantar Reflex: Reasons why my Child may be a Toe Walker and has Poor Balance and Coordination

Plantar Reflex: Reasons why my Child may be a Toe Walker and has Poor Balance and Coordination This article contains information regarding a retained Plantar reflex and retained Babinski reflex. Affiliate links are included for your convenience.  Imagine for a moment what it would be like to find discomfort or even pain every time your feet hit the floor. The pressure you apply with each... Read More

Primitive Reflexes: The following primitive reflexes are frequently tested by physicians, nurses, and physical & occupational therapists as part of a newborn neurological exam | Pinned by: Personal Touch Therapy. Follow all of our pediatric therapy boards @Personal Touch Therapy

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Plantar Reflex: Reasons why my Child may be a Toe Walker and has Poor Balance and Coordination

Plantar Reflex: Reasons why my Child may be a Toe Walker and has Poor Balance and Coordination | ilslearningcorner.com

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Fear Paralysis Reflex The Fear Paralysis Reflex begins to function very early after conception and should normally be integrated before birth. It can be seen in the womb as movement of the head, neck and body in response to threat. It is sometimes classified as a withdrawal reflex rather than a primitive reflex.

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