Quantum Primitive Reflex Integration

It combines sound waves and light frequencies, which includes treating acupuncture points and meridians FOR EACH PRIMITIVE REFLEX

Quantum reflex integration is a powerful combination of low frequency laser, sound frequency and reflex integration techniques, with the aim of "restarting" the central nervous system and achieving quick and visible results in the patient.

Original reflex patterns that have not been integrated during normal psychomotor development affect different fields:

  • motor skills (gross and fine)
  • speech
  • behaviour                                                                                  
  • hand-eye coordination
  • reading…

Reflex integration is achieved by increasing the myelin sheath around the nerves and connecting the nerves with each other with the aim of faster and more efficient transmission of impulses (information) through the brain, thus improving the communication between the brain and the body.

Reflexes may be unintegrated due to:

  • various causes before, during and after birth
  • genetic disorders
  • inactivity
  • emotional trauma
  • traffic accidents
  • stroke

This can result in:

  • cerebral palsy
  • ADD I ADHD-a
  • Autism
  • Reduced ability to concentrate and focus on a given situation
  • Dyslexia
  • Emotional immaturity
  • Bad memory
  • Poor motor skills (gross, fine)
  • Impaired speech development
  • Loss of self-esteem, motivation, socialization skills
  • Poor sensory integration
  • Weak visual tracking

Primitive reflexes affect everything we do - from movement to learning. Reflex integration improves the quality of an individual's life


Quantum reflex integration is a laser therapy combining sound and light frequency waves. It involves treating acupuncture points and meridians for EACH AND EVERY PRIMITIVE REFLEX. Visual tracking and eye-hand coordination is usually improved after the second and third series of treatments. Over time, improvement is observed in the cognitive field, behaviour, emotional stability and motor skills. Reflexes such as the asymmetric tonic and Moro reflex have an impact on the child’s success in school, in auditory perception and information processing, in visual perception, reading, writing, mathematics, copying from the blackboard, attention…

Most neonatal primitive reflexes have a PROTECTIVE ROLE and are crucial for a baby’s survival. Later, they have the task of creating neural pathways for psycho-motor learning.
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