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Neuroplasticity

Neuron plasticity refers to the ability of the organization of the brain to change as a result of neuronal stimulation.  The three main things the brain needs to work is proper amounts of glucose and oxygen, as well as to be fired/stimulated.   This means in the proper environment the neurons of the brain will grow and mature and try to make more connections to the other neurons around them.  This allows for more firing of the neurons around it, as well as improved signaling to pathways of motor, sensory and cognitive processes.  





Neuroplasticity is at the core of how Brain Coordination Therapy works.  Through history and examination we can determine areas of the brain that are not as active.  We then provide customized individual treatments to target those areas for development.  With repetition and practice of specific exercises, Brain Coordination Therapy can improve function.

Childhood Developmental Disorders

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