Brain Integration Exercise Therapy for the Learning Delayed and Neurological Disorders

Learning and focus challenges, dyslexia, dysgraphia,  ADD/ADHD, autism, aspergers, Prader Willi Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and  other intellectual disabilities can all benefit from exercise therapy.  Low muscle tone, lack of core strength, and an underdeveloped vestibular system are trends for these diagnosis. Exercise focused on balance, strength, midline crossing, rhythm and patterning, and movement through various planes can give these individuals a sense of body awareness and control that they were previously lacking allowing for brain integration along with cognitive and physical improvements.  


Exercise Therapy for the Older Adult

The aging process can be a difficult time, with a decrease in muscular strength, range of motion, balance, memory, an increase of falls and injuries, along with degenerative and neurological diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, stroke, ALS…etc. Through life challenges, quality of life doesn’t have to be compromised. Research shows that it is never too late to exercise or increase neurological ability. Exercise focused on functional strength and balance reduces falls, increases range of motion and mobility, and increases quality of life both mentally and physically.


Virtual Exercise Therapy

Live outside of the DFW area? With a little creativity Training with Trish Exercise Therapy Session can be done virtually. All you need is a computer/tablet, webcam and Skype. For those that may be low functioning or intellectually delayed a parent or caregiver will need to be present and willing to be the therapist’s hands when physical assistance is necessary. Minimal equipment is necessary to complete a session successfully but a few equipment purchases may be recommended to add variety.

My Message to You

With a Masters in Exercise Science, I have almost 20 years of experience in the health and fitness industry. I have worked with a wide range of clients including: Autism, learning disorders, learning delays, Dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, older adults, stroke, COPD, MS, CP, RA, Parkinson’s, arthritis, and other debilitating injuries and diseases.


Integrated exercise therapy is a prescription of physical activity specific to rehabilitation and cognitive goals, such as: increased strength and muscle tone, eye/hand coordination, emotional well-being, school improvements, balance, functional movement, and communication abilities. As a Brain Integration Exercise Therapist, my purpose is to use corrective exercise and primal movement patterns to make brain connections and promote muscle memory. My training plans are designed to provide mobility, stability, awareness, control, strength, and power to help each client achieve a long-lasting, positive impact on their quality of life.


Training with Trish does not purport to diagnose a client’s medical condition but provides monitored and assisted functional movement exercises that encourage continued recovery and personal fitness improvements.




Next Steps…

My desire is to enhance an individual’s quality of life through movement an integrative exercise. Contact me to get started.

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