ExcelLearn, Philip Roseblade, Alison Roseblade, Specific Learning Difficulties, dyslexia

 

Neural Integration

At ExcelLearn, we endeavour to provide treatment for both the symptoms and the causes of Specific Learning Difficulties.

So what may these causes be?

There are various factors in a student’s medical history that may influence the way in which they learn.

For example
ExcelLearn, Philip Roseblade, Alison Roseblade, Specific Learning Difficulties, dyslexia

Cranial or pelvic damage as a result of a difficult birth

ExcelLearn, Philip Roseblade, Alison Roseblade, Specific Learning Difficulties, dyslexia

Toxicity from vaccines, antibiotics and other drugs

ExcelLearn, Philip Roseblade, Alison Roseblade, Specific Learning Difficulties, dyslexia

Poor diet or sensitivity to certain foods or additives

ExcelLearn, Philip Roseblade, Alison Roseblade, Specific Learning Difficulties, dyslexia

Environmental and hereditary factors

All of these factors can influence poor electro-magnetic messaging to and from the brain.

In the case of students with learning difficulties and/or co-ordination problems such as dyslexia and dyspraxia, the resulting blocked neural pathways cause areas of the brain to lack the ability both to communicate properly and to access the necessary skills required for learning.

The student may appear fatigued and confused. By improving diet, incorporating prescribed exercises and being treated with Neural Integration 7 Systems (Ni7), these blocked neural pathways can often be cleared, allowing the brain to integrate correctly and the student to become more alert and receptive.

Neural Integration 7 Systems has been developed from over 20 years of clinical experience by a primary healthcare practitioner, chiropractor, Dr Luis Alicea DC. Assessment and treatment can be arranged with us.  Ni7 practitioners work independently, but have attended Ni7 courses and follow a strict protocol and work within the limits of the technique as instructed in the Ni7 MANUAL.

For more information visit ExcelLearn, Philip Roseblade, Alison Roseblade, Specific Learning Difficulties, dyslexiawww.ni7systems.com.