Brain Injury Children - Adult

Temprana Reflex Therapy is a suitable stimulation for children / adults for all types of disabilities as it may help with: 

  •     Congenital brain injury.img pc
  •     Lack of oxygen during birth or birth defect.
  •     Tumor.
  •     Accident.
  •     Post-traumatic disorders - for example after a skull fracture.
  •     Neurological disorders.
  •     Motor and sensitive disorders.
  •     Spasticity.
  •     Epilepsy.
  •     Autism.
  •     Speech and language disorders.
  •     Vision and hearing problems.
  •     Disorders of the hypothalamus and other hormonal disorders.
  •     Lack of muscle tone.
  •     Breathing - and digestive problems.
  •     Etc.

Temprana Reflex Therapy for adults

The method provides intensive home training programs for adults with acquired brain injury and with post-traumatic syndrome. Temprana Reflex method may often make a difference to people who have suffered an acquired brain injury as due to cerebral hemorrhage, thrombosis and blows to the head, with consequences as paralysis, impaired muscle strength, dizziness, balance problems, fatigue and sensory disturbances.

Temprana Reflex therapy is also stunningly beneficial to help aid recovery from various cognitive functions such as concentration and attention, memory, language difficulties, impaired ability to plan, reduced orientation and / or difficulties with problem solving. Also for personality changes related to brain injury: depression, lack of control and control of emotions and decreased initiative and commitment.

Also for:

  • Dementia
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Parkinson
  • Alzheimer's...
  • Dementia-2014 (PDF)  
  • Some descriptions of the results.

Here you can read about some cases of children at home trained with Temprana Reflex therapy.

  1.      acoustic-neuroma (PDF) 
  2.      CP child in Oman (PDF) 
  3.      Article Oman (PDF) 
  4.      Aphasia (PDF)
  5.      Autism (PDF)
  6.      Encefalitis (PDF)
  7.      Stroke (PDF)
  8.      Research 1 (PDF)
  9.      Research 2 (PDF)