Sensory integration treatment

Sensory Integration Therapy, Sensory Integration Training, Reflex Integration Therapy, Sensory Processing Therapy

Sensory Integration Therapy tries to assist children with sensory processing disorders also known as "sensory integration disorder" by exposing them to sensory input in a controlled, repeated manner. The theory is that the brain will change with time, allowing children to comprehend and respond to stimuli more effectively.

A well-trained Occupational Therapist or OT provides Sensory Integration (SI) Treatment. Occupational Therapist assesses if your kid will benefit from Sensory Integration treatment through a thorough assessment. The OT exposes a kid to sensory stimulation through repeated tasks in traditional SI treatment. OT is a more difficult and complex activity. The concept is that your child's nervous system will respond to sensations and movement via repetition in a more "organized" fashion.

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What is the process of sensory integration therapy?

First, an occupational therapist (OT) assesses the child for sensory defensiveness and sensory desires using a battery of tests, observations, and conversations with caregivers. SI is a complex, continuing forensic investigation of each child. It does not lend itself well to a one-size-fits-all approach.”

Treatment normally takes place in a sensory gym, which is equipped with specialist equipment. Surprisingly, the same therapy is employed for all sorts of difficulties. A kid who is over reactive or hypersensitive to vestibular input, like a youngster who is under reactive to vestibular input, needs to swing and spin to retrain his brain. The difference is that if he is hypersensitive to movement, he will fight it, but if he is hypersensitive, or under sensitive, he will seek it out. Sensory gyms may also include weighted vests and squeeze devices, which were made to deliver deep, relaxing pressure.

OTs often employ "brushing," which may be an effective technique, especially for children with clear-cut tactile defensiveness. The Wilbarger protocol, which involves using a soft-bristled brush in a certain way to deliver deep pressure, followed by joint compressions multiple times a day, has been taught to the majority of parents whose children have undergone OT. While most OTs just follow the Wilbarger protocol, it has developed four to five alternative brushing methods that are rated based on the number of a child's reactions.

Sensory diets and sensory integration therapy

SI treatment must be carried over into the home and school as part of what is sometimes referred to as a "sensory diet."

Many occupational therapists now utilize this form of exposure as part of a more comprehensive "sensory diet" therapy. It comprises balancing therapies, movement therapy, and controlled sensory input exposure, and carefully planned and personalized physical activity and accommodations.

A sensory diet's daily plan is designed for your child's specific requirements and schedules. They can be done in treatment sessions as well as at home with your permission. It is critical to understand that not all specialists believe standard SI treatment can help children with sensory processing disorders.

Creating quiet rooms and decreasing visual clutter are common suggestions for making the house more "sensory savvy." Parents can also purchase products such as weighted vests or blankets, pressure garments, fidget toys, or even chewable "jewelry," all of which are designed to provide moderating input.

At TheraCure, our Scope of Physiotherapy includes

  • Muscle strength and muscle length evaluation & quantification
  • Recommending remedial exercises
  • Physical treatment by electrotherapy modalities like diathermy, ultrasonic therapy, contrast bath, cryotherapy, hydrocollator, trans-electric muscle stimulation, also different therapeutic exercises by machines
  • Applying manual therapy, mobilization, manipulation of soft tissue techniques etc.
  • Myo-fascial release massage to lengthen tight/ contracted tissues.
  • Make an exercise folder for the client to take home.
  • Aid in-home evaluation to make the environment barrier-free and accessible.
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