Level Three is high-level BRMT course. Students will learn about the neocortex, which is a part of the cerebral cortex involved in high-level cognitive function, including sensory perception, cognition, motor functions, spatial reasoning, and language. This course focuses on how reflexes associated with the neocortex affect vision, reading, and dyslexia. BRMT Level One is required before taking this course.
Over the last 10 years, Dr. Blomberg has worked with the top Spanish Behavioral In Level 3 we will discuss the theories and causes of dyslexia, as well as the reading process. We review vision terminology and then test Binocular vision, phorias, accommodation and how reflexes affect these vision challenges. We will check eye movement and eye dominance and discuss the effects on reading.
Reflexes covered in this class focus on the effects they have on vision, written and oral comprehension, reading and writing, enunciation and handwriting.
Reflexes taught in this class include:
Fear Paralysis review
Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex (ATNR)
Symmetric Tonic Neck Reflex (STNR) review
You will learn how to test for each reflex, the symptoms of each reflex as it relates to reading and the physical symptoms of these reflexes when they are active. Learn how to test for visual challenges and then what movements and vision exercises the top Spanish Behavioral Vision Therapists have developed.