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Regain Sensory Processing Functions with MNRI 


When someone has problems perceiving sensory information, For instance, they enjoy being squeezed but do not like to be touched. When one has SPD, they have difficulties interpreting received sensory information. Thankfully, a therapy center in Florida may help people with SPD. 

Interestingly, MNRI therapy in Boca Raton, Florida, can be a game changer for individuals with SPD who have tried other treatments. The Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration (MNRI) therapy uses a holistic approach and techniques to address sensory processing issues. Here’s how it can help:

  • Integrated primitive reflex

    According to the basics of MNRI therapy, it states that retained or underdeveloped reflexes can be integrated to have a positive impact on sensory processing. With the holistic therapy services of the MNRI, individuals with SPD can understand and learn techniques to improve sensory perception and responsiveness.

  • Enhanced motor skills

    MNRI therapy services aim to improve motor skills and coordination, as sensory processing is linked with motor control. Thus, individuals may thrive in sensory-rich environments.

  • Integrated sensory skills

    Issues in sensory processing can manifest as either hypersensitivity or hyposensitivity to different stimuli. These issues can be managed with the help of MNRI therapy. It allows individuals with SPD to improve processing and understanding of sensory information.

Remember that MNRI therapy is not the first-line treatment for sensory processing disorder. Contact a professional first before trying MNRI therapy. In addition, it is a good option for ADHD and autism treatment

Reach out to Wholesome Therapy Center LLC for more inquiries about our MNRI therapy. You can also book a schedule with us to try out MNRI therapy as a treatment session for you or your loved ones. 


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