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MNRI Research

Creating Life Changing Results Through Research

Scientific and clinical research is a very important component of MNRI® since it guides understanding about reflex development and how effective these specific exercises can have such an impact on those with functional differences. If the research was not able to yield such consistent and significant data that supports improvement of reflex integration, MNRI® would probably not be considered "the missing link". At this time, numerous universities and independent organizations are requesting to collaborate with the MNRI® team to further the research. Current areas of investigation include: reflex integration, immune system improvement, breathing physiology, brain development and functioning, neuro-development and neuro-speech development, and auditory processing.

Numerous scientific articles about MNRI® have been published in worldwide peer-reviewed journals.

Click below to access some of these articles that have been cataloged by topic.

Neurodevelopmental Deficits

The following articles have been selected from the book,

Reflexes: Portal to Neurodevelopment and Learning.

This book showcases many aspects of MNRI® as it is a compilation of 120 articles by 60 authors describing MNRI® history, theory, and the science behind it, along with many case studies and testimonial stories written by Core Specialists, professionals, parents, and sometimes, the individuals themselves. This amazing, eye-opening and compelling book shows the broad application of MNRI® and how many have used it to achieve surprising successes. This book is available here. These articles are also available on the MNRI® website.

Cerebral Palsy
Chronic Illness
Brain Damage and Seizures
Communication Challenges
Motor Development Delay
Premature Birth
Genetic Challenges

Research Articles

Down Syndrome

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Cerebral Palsy


Neurodevelopmental Deficits 

Immune Function

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