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Child Reflexes

Most Important Child Reflexes

QuestionAnswer
Rooting onset: Birth <br> integrated: 3m
Suck-swallow onset: Birth <br> integrated: 2-5m
Traction onset: Birth <br> integrated: 2-5m <br> Complete Flexion of UE
Moro onset: Birth <br> integrated: 4-6m <br> 1st- arm/, ABD, hand opens <br> 2nd- armFlexion & ADD
Plantar Grasp onset: Birth <br> integrated: 9m <br> Toe Flexion
Galant onset: Birth <br> integrated: 2m <br> Lateral Trunk Flexion
Asymmetric Tonic Neck onset: Birth <br> integrated: 4-6m <br> extension of extremities on face side, flexion of them on skull side
Palmar Grasp onset: Birth <br> integrated: 4-6m <br> Reflexive grasp; finger flexion
Tonic Labyrinthine Supine/Prone onset: Birth <br> integrated: 6m <br> Increased Extensor/Flexor Tone; facilitates total body extensor/flexor tone
Labyrinthine/Optical Head Righting onset: birth-2m <br> integrated: persists <br> Upright position of the Head; orients head in space
Landau onset: 3-4m <br> integrated: 1-2.5y <br> Complete extension of neck, trunk, extremities. It breaks up flexor tone
Symmetric Tonic Neck onset: 4-6m <br> integrated: 8-12m <br> Flexion of hips and knees, breaks up extensor tone
Neck Righting (NOB) onset: 4-6m <br> integrated: 5 years <br> Long rolling of the body to maintain alignment with head
Body Righting on Body (BOB) onset: 4-6m <br> integrated: 5 years <br> Segmental rolling of the upper trunk to maintain alignment; facilitates trunk/spinal rotation
Downward Parachute onset: 4m <br> integrated: Persists <br> Protective Extension of Lower Extremities
Forward Parachute onset: 6-9m <br> integrated: Persists <br> Protective extension of the UE, hand opening, neck extension
Sideward Parachute onset: 7m <br> integrated: Persists <br> Protective arm extension and ABDuction to the side
Backward Parachute onset: 9-10m <br> integrated: Persists <br> Protective backward arm extension/ or arm extension to one side
Prone tilting onset: 5m <br> integrated: Persists <br> Curving of spine toward raised side;ABD & Extension of extremities
Supine & Sitting tilting onset: 7-8m <br> integrated: Persists <br> Curving of the spine toward raised side; ABD & Extension of extremities
Quadruped tilting onset: 9-12m <br> integrated: Persists <br> Curving of the spine toward raised side; ABD & Extension of extremities
Standing tilting onset: 1-1.9y <br> integrated: Persists <br> Curving of the spine toward raised side; ABD & Extension of extremities
 

 



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