EN3Perform deals with how your brain organizes sensory information. What does this mean, you ask?
Well, what happens when you first walk into a room? You use your feet to walk in and you scan the room with your eyes, and you feel the atmosphere with your skin.
So what if you have flat or deformed feet? A lazy eye or scars on your skin? It makes sense that these issues would make it harder for the brain to do its job, right?
Our method using Posturology as well as other neurological techniques, can correct these issues – some immediately and others over time.
So how does our sensory information get muddled up in the first place? Here are some possible contributing factors:
– Difficult birth (if you were delivered via c-section, forceps and/or equipment was used to get you out)
– If you missed any important stages during you early development (such as crawling)
– Not being breastfed
– If you have suffered an accident or trauma
– Genetic factors
– Microgalvinisms (metals in the body, such as pins, implants and jewellery)
– Poor dentistry (teeth pulled, braces, implants and metal fillings)
– Poor integration of the reflexes
Looking at this list there’s a good chance you might think “that’s me!” And if you are suffering with any pain or health issues the chances are that one of these factors is at play.
Can you be helped? Yes, absolutely. It’s never too late because we are hardwired to be symmetrical. When we address the causes of poor posture then the brain and body will respond straight away. It’s like clearing the white noise so your brain can hear and see better. Once the obstacles have cleared then the information can be processed better.
The above demonstrates a dysfunction in the eye. You can clearly see how the eyes are not working together when given instruction. If you have a forward leaning posture then one of your issues will be eye dysfunction – nine out of 10 people have this. To test this we do a simple assessment. Give this a try. It will tell you how well your brain is receiving information.
Get someone to hold a pen at a 45-degree angle on your nose and look at the tip, and then straight ahead at the wall behind. What you should see is the eyes working together to look at the tip and then looking forward.
Dysfunction can manifest itself in awkward movement of the eyes; one eye moving and the other eye staying still; each eye taking turns to look; the exercise being uncomfortable and causing nausea.
These are the improvements that can be achieved in just one session:
Results after 2months following our programme.
So, while large pharmaceutical companies are making a fortune trying to find a ‘cure’ for Parkinson’s, Posturology is trying to establish key links and correlations between the brain and the symptoms so we can improve peoples lives.