Interview Dr. Meyers zum Thema "ADHS und Restreflexe

Interview zum Thema Restreflexe:
Persistierende Reflexe und ADHS


Interview Dr. Meyers durch Wissen macht Gesundheit, Gespräch mit Ruth Biallowons und Corinna van der Eerden am 12.03.2023

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Hier das Video dazu: 

Lecture Lincoln University 23.02.2023

Dr. R. Meyers

Renate Hohmann Reflexintegrations-programm Podcast

Vorstellung des RIP im Interview mit "Wissen macht Gesundheit"

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Unser RIP Reflex- integrations-


Interview Renate Hohmann (Video) vom 26.3.23:

Interview Prof. Dr. Robert Melillo

zum Thema Persistierende frühkindliche Reflexe (auf Englisch)

Interview Prof. Dr. Robert Melillo

zum Thema ADHD  (auf Englisch)

Interview Prof. Dr. Robert Melillo

zum Thema ADHD und Autismus

Interview Prof. Dr. Robert Melillo


All About Brain Balance and Imbalance [What & How To, Signs, Exercises] 

 Dr. Robert Melillo will tell us the signs your child could have a brain imbalance. He will also share his groundbreaking secrets on how to restore this balance and raise a smarter kid. @Dr Robert Melillo Dr. Melillo is a pioneer in neurological development. He is one of the most respected specialists in childhood neurological disorders in America, Dr. Robert Melillo has been helping children overcome learning disabilities for over 20 years. And here, he will help to tell us how the right and the left side of the brain develops properly in children. Brain balance is very important in your child's early brain development. Determining what kind of imbalance your child has, whether it's a left brain weakness or a right brain one, by doing early investigations will give you time to plan and fix it. Because these imbalances, more often than not, usually gets worse over time and gets harder to fix.
Video Chapters (Below are the topics discussed in this video):
01:44 Why is it important to have a balanced brain?
04:26 How to tell if your child has an imbalanced brain.
06:20 Can an imbalance brain get worse or will it heal itself as time passes by?
08:02 Is it more common to have a right-brain weakness or a left-brain weakness?
09:40 Does propping your baby up / forcing them to walk early impact the brain imbalance?
11:58. Types of exercises to improve the weak side of the brain (left and right brain)
13:40 Is it easier to retrain the brain?
21:14 Key tips in brain development.


Prof. Dr. Robert Melillo - Functional Neuro-Development 

 Part 1: Melbourne March 6-8, 2021


Dr. Eric Courchesne explains the underlying brain biology of autism 

 Dr. Eric Courchesne, keynote speaker at IMFAR, describes the underlying brain biology of autism and shares new findings showing differences in brain structure in people with autism. These changes originate in the second trimester of prenatal life when there is a tremendous overproduction of brain cells in individuals with autism that create patches of functional abnormality. Dr. Courchesne describes how early intervention alters brain connections and structure, and discusses the "recovery genetics" of autism, including new understanding about why some kids recover from autism while other children continue to struggle.


Prof. Dr. Robert Melillo  

primitive reflexes 

Techniken zur Untersuchung der Reflexe  und der Brain Balance Behandlung mit Demonstrationen


Dr Melillo LectureCompressed 

on brain balance



Brain Chat with Dr Robert Melillo and Dr Kyle Daigle 

 Drs. Melillo and Dangle discuss the importance of assessing primitive reflexes during the neurological exam.