Our motor skills are controlled by primitive reflexes. Babies make spontaneous rhythmic movements. These primitive reflexes help to develop a postural reflex. Due to the rhythm of modern life and internal conditions of babies, sometimes these reflexes do not develop properly and lead to symptoms like; clumsy posture, concentration problems, poor sitting posture, not sitting still in a chair, poor motor skills, inability to tie the shoelaces, frequent stumbling or dropping things accidentally.
Having one of those symptoms may not be coincidence; after a thorough examination we can recommend simple exercises to integrate these reflexes.