sensorimotor therapy

sensorimotor therapy

therapy designed to enhance the integration of reflex phenomena and the emergence of voluntary motor behaviors concerned with posture and locomotion.
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A common assumption is that sensorimotor therapy * works by helping patients "relearn" motor control.
For example, if the brain represents action as a sequence of muscle activations, focusing sensorimotor therapy on muscles would seem profitable.
The revised algorithm differs from our earlier sensorimotor therapy in three important ways.
Insofar as faster movement requires greater muscle strength, this observation is consistent with our finding that strength training afforded no advantage over sensorimotor therapy.
Oral-motor skills following sensorimotor therapy in two groups of moderately dysphagic children with cerebral palsy: Aspiration vs.
But three lessons important for optimizing the use of sensorimotor therapy had emerged:
Speech and occupational therapists use sensorimotor therapy combined with positioning and postural control to improve lip closure and swallowing.