One of the most common questions I get is how long does it take to integrate retained primitive reflexes?
The answer is complex.
First, is this a developmental delay? Genetics? An Injury? Not sure?
Next, the Exam -
In the exam, the biggest things that can give you an idea of how long integrate may take are:
Finally, it depends on what you are doing to integrate to try and integrate the reflexes. Exercises? Other therapies and modalities? Any type of nutrition?
Typically it takes 3 months to a year. Doing an intensive program can sometimes integrate them even faster. Some may take over a year in more severe cases especially if the individual is not consistent with their exercises and/or treatment.
***This is for informational purposes only and is not meant to treat or diagnose. Always seek advice from your healthcare provider before trying anything new.
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