Poor Handwriting

Category: Learning Disabilities

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The centers of the brain that communicate with balance and coordination can be affected and are connected to hand eye coordination as well as smooth movements needed for cursive hand writing.


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Question 1:

"My child spent very little time crawling and went straight to walking. Now when he walks I notice his right foot turns out and he tends to fall frequently. Is this a sign of something?"

Answer 1:

The act of crawling establishes the nerve pathways between the brain and body to move in a cross pattern (i.e. right brain talks to left side and vice versa). If a child has neural disorganization they will commonly find it difficult or awkward to crawl, and will move to walking; however it will be an uncoordinated looking walk. The fact that he has one foot turning out and falls confirms to me that there is disorganization and he should receive N.O.T.

Question 2:

"We have a child who has trouble remembering things she reads. She does study and is not lazy, however she is getting frustrated that she can study so hard and be ready for a test the next morning, only to not remember a lot of the material she studied. As well we have another child who is very smart and agile, but as soon as you start to sit him down to read a book or talk to him, it is like he just cannot focus. Can you help our kids?"

Answer 2:

Most of us have had a cranial injury in our early years which is still uncorrected, because few have had access to Neural Organization Technique to have it corrected. You must have an organized cranial program as a foundation for being able to do higher thought processes (learning and comprehending), therefore most of us have some form of learning difficulties or disabilities in some areas whether it be listening, reading, memory, or directionality. Unfortunately, most of the mainstream services provided in this field spend their time trying to correct the symptom rather than the cause. Diet is important as well as providing proper teaching and study skills. However, none of the aforementioned will be totally effective until the base neurological programs are corrected using Neural Organization Technique and other techniques in the field of Specialized Kinesiology .Read the list below to understand that dyslexia, Attention Deficit Disorder, and other learning disabilities are not a disease or single entity, but rather a combination of difficulties or neural disorganizations. These blown circuits interfere with one’s level of comprehending, remembering, and recalling information as well as making decisions that support the individual’s well being as well as those with whom the person interacts. Confusion and disorientation/coordination Attention Deficit Disorder or ADD Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder or ADHD Bumping into things/clumsy/klutzy Difficulty remembering what you read Difficulty focusing Tongue tied/difficulty recalling words out of one’s mouth/Stuttering Strokes/cranial circulation Equilibrium/balance/vertigo Difficulty reading in a car Difficulty remembering names/faces Difficulty spinning in one or both directions Nervousness around heights/ascending or descending stairs or ladders Difficulty standing on one leg Difficulty hearing/concentrating with background noise Tired or falling asleep easily when reading/having to concentrate Difficulty with right brain skills (reading/languages/emotions/relaxing/spelling) Difficulty with left brain skills (math/logical thinking/completing tasks and projects) Overly right brain without order and focus (left brain injury) Overly left brain without flexibility and feeling (right brain injury) Neck tension or tired when reading/studying/working at a computer/driving Confusing rights and lefts Procrastination Apathy/suicidal/depression N.O.T has had tremendous success with correcting learning problems in one or two treatments. Dr. Ferreri wrote a book entitled “Breakthrough for Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia” at a time when hardly anyone was paying much attention to this now common condition. Remember, the treatments are gentle and only involve rubbing and connecting the circuitry. It is too involved for me to explain all the circuitry involved with the above list, however, there is logic and science behind each and every correction.

Question 3:

"I hit my head really hard on the concrete playing around with my friends, and it hurt for a few hours. My mom took me to the doctor to see if there was damage. The doctor said i did not have a concussion and that I was fine. The pain went away after a few hours. Three weeks later my concentration at school is off, and i seem to be more tired in the day. Is this what you call a cranial inury? "

Answer 3:

Yes, exactly. On medical imaging and other neurological tests the doctors may conclude that you are "fine", but really the program that holds your head on your body is disorganized or "off". In Neural Organization Technique we call this a Cranial Injury Complex and this body program is one of the most important programs in the body. It is how we hold our head upright. Your body is not fine, in fact it is weaker in the "jungle" and is putting all it's energy into staying in defense in case you get hit again. It was not corrected or naturally turned back on after your fall, so your energy is being drained from overworking in the defense system. Your learning circuitry is also being affected . As the months and years pass you will probably start to have issues also with your neck and shoulders, your lower back, hips, knees and ankles, and your digestive system may start acting up. Find and N.O.T. doctor to help you as soon as possible.