ADHD was once the common diagnosis for learning challenges, but recent research has shown that many children are misdiagnosed with other learning challenges like Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD), Dyslexia, Apraxia, and Auditory Processing Disorders.
Neurology research highlights the connection between primitive reflexes and ADHD, particularly the Spinal Galant Reflex and Moro Reflex. These reflexes, present at birth, are crucial for proper growth and development. Parents often don't know when their babies transition, as primitive responses disappear when no longer developmentally appropriate. The Spinal Galant is one of these reflexes.