Three cases present variations in treatment response. Case 1 finished treatment in 7.5 mo.; Case 2 in 16 mo.; Case 3 in 34 mo. Numerous factors influence each case – significant risk factors; tendency for system overload; emotional and behavioral issues; and an added neurological disorder, autism. Case Comparisons highlight these factors
Theory vs. Results
- NDD Remediation – Treatment Program
- Integration of Vestibular & Proprioceptive
- Complete inhibition of Primitive Reflexes
- Promote development of Postural Reflexes
Rapid Response - 7.5 Months
Matt: age 19, Grade 14, NDD Presence Score: 8+ (Possible NDD = 5-8)
Pregnancy - Uneventful
Labor & Delivery - Birth 2 weeks past due date. Little spontaneous labor; induced with pitocin; 12 hours of intense labor Birth weight 7 # 3oz.
Ideal Results - 16 Months
Sarah Age 15 Grade 10 NDD Presence Score: 19+ (Definite NDD = 12+)
Pregnancy – Severe morning sickness for 5 mo., had to work to maintain weight; spotting at 6 wk. – bed rest for 2 wk.; severe upper respiratory infection at 4 mo.
Complex, Extended Case - 34 Months
Thomas: age 7.9, Grade 2, NDD Presence Score: 28 (Possible NDD = 12+ )
Pregnancy – Morning sickness 3 wk. - 2 mo., only nausea; bed rest at 2 mo.; emotional stress; Rh negative; placenta previa diagnosed at 13 wk.
Delivery – contractions 21/2 min. for three hours, no dilation; no response to pitocin, 3x; fetal distress; emergency caesarian. Had to be resuscitated at birth; signs of brain damage at birth; jaundiced, under lights; cried 24 hours a day, tactily defensive.
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