What is Neurological Reorganization?

Neurological Reorganization is a non-invasive rehabilitation technique, developed in the 1950s to address non-progressive neurological dysfunction.

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Neurological Reorganization reorganizes brain (neurological) function. This is big news for anyone who has been injured or is affected in a way that limits the brain’s ability to communicate with the body, and do what it is supposed to do. More...

Using information about how the brains of healthy infants and children develop as they do specific sequenced activities, Florence C. Scott (Susan’s mother) assisted in the pioneering work to develop a program repeating these activities with individuals who had lost ability due to brain trauma or injury (rather than degenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis or Alzheimer’s). More...

Working first with adults who had experienced traumatic injuries such as car accidents or strokes, and later with children who had been severely injured at birth (oxygen deprivation, cerebral palsy), the team developed exercises and activities that repeat or replicate the normal developmental activities of infants and children, and found that their clients regained lost abilities as their brains reorganized according to their own built-in instruction manual. All of this can be accomplished without medicines, surgery or any application in or to the body (braces or prosthetics). More...


Who can benefit?

Neurological Reorganization can benefit anyone with non-progressive neurological dysfunction (that is all of us to one degree or another). Much of what is diagnosed as behavioral or chemical, is really mismanagement within the brain, which oversees ALL bodily regulation. We have seen progress with: Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, bipolar, OCD, schizophrenia, anxiety, attachment disorders, PTSD, learning disabilities, developmental delay, autism spectrum disorders... More...

Issues relating to central nervous system communication can also be addressed. Victims of stroke, cerebral palsy, or nerve damage, can often regain a significant amount of function by retraining other nerves to pick up the slack. We have seen progress with: Stroke, cerebral palsy, severed or damaged nerves, traumatic brain injury...More...


What's Next?

To see if Neurological Reorganization is right for you, read through this site and contact Susan. It is not a simple question of whether or not you could benefit from more organized and efficient conscious and subconscious regulation (we all can use a little more upstairs...). The question is, do you need to make changes in your life to find success, personally, socially, professionally, academically, etc?

We invite you to push through to find your best self, and maybe Neurological Reorganization can help you make positive changes that will last forever!



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