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    Pediatrics 116

    Evaluating and Correcting Retained Primitive Reflexes


    Hour 1

    • Discover what primitive reflexes are and why we have them
    • Understand the various possible causes of retained primitive reflexes in a child
    • Outline common questions that would suggest retention of primitive reflexes
    • Identify and assess eight primitive reflexes that can be easily evaluated by a doctor of chiropractic, specifically the Moro, Grasp, Spinal Galant, Rooting, Asymmetrical Tonic Neck, Symmetrical Tonic Neck, Tonic Labyrinthine, and the Landau reflexes.

    Hour 2

    • Further identify and assess the remaining of the eight primitive reflexes not covered in the first hour
    • Detect the presence or absence of specific primitive reflexes
    • Recognize the need for intervention when a retained primitive reflex is demonstrated by a patient
    • Prescribe a specific course of treatment for each of the eight primitive reflexes if they are determined to be retained

    Karen Gardner, DC

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