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Masgutova Neuro-Sensory-Motor Reflex Integration

MNRI offers non-invasive neuromodulating techniques to activate reflexpatterns which awaken the body’s natural recourses and support the functioning of sensory, motor and cognitive systems.

The MNRI approach is built on the concept of activation of a sensory or proprioceptive stimulus for a reflex, followed by performance of the motor response associated with that reflex and all its variants in order to create a more efficiënt and mature neurological pathway for physical, mental, emotional and cognitive functioning.

All MNRI programs consist of the use of non-invasive natural and replicable neuromodulating techniques to activate reflexes. These unconditioned motor reflexes are present in the earliest stages of human development, and their motor pattern development is based on genetic motor programs typical for all humans. The  MNRI techniques have the effect of awaking the body’s natural resources (the unconditioned motor reflexes) to strengthen the genetic motor memory and to support coherent functioning of sensory and motor systems.

Proper development and neurophysiological maturation of these primary reflexes not only support the sensory and motor systems but also cognitive, behavioral, language and neuro-immunity development.

During individual development, these natural genetic programs expand, integrate and merge with voluntarily learned movements at the next level and become the foundation for the habituated individual sensorimotor program.

Source: Case Report Article in the Journal of Neurorehabilitation, 2017.