ROBERT A. FROST
Neurologic disorganization, or switching, is caused by the nervous system’s complex response to incorrect nerve receptor signaling. Switching may disturb perception, cognitive processing, motor and organic functions. Popular quick-fix treatments for switching often leave underlying causes untreated, making it necessary to continually repeat the quick-fix. With kinesiologic techniques and methods of inquiry, underlying causes may be located and treated, permanently correcting neurologic disorganization.