#102 - Primitive Reflex Series: Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex
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 In celebration of reaching 100 podcast episodes, Rach & Jess are diving into primitive reflexes with a 5 day series. Within these 5 episodes, you will hear information on the top 5 primitive reflexes that they, as Occupational Therapy Assistants, work with when treating within the pediatric population.

The Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex, the ATNR, is essential for hand-eye coordination and helps develop various aspects of bilateral integration. Listen in for all details and stay tuned for the next episode's reflex - the Spinal Galant Reflex.

Please remember - neither Rachel nor Jessica are certified in any one integration technique. Their experience in the field of primitive reflex integration comes from over 6 years of learning from mentors, research, continuing education studies, and personal experience. The information provided in these 5 episodes are for educational purposes only - they are not designed to diagnose or treat any conditions.

Links for today’s episode on the ATNR:

Be sure to check out the show notes on our blog at  Harkla.Co/Podcast.

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