Very early in life we go through standard patterns of development that we make into reflexes. When that doesn’t happen, or when stress, trauma, illness or injury disrupts those patterns, our unconscious compensations add to the rigors of daily life. Which area of the brain experiencing the disruption determines what is made more difficult in life: reading, writing, math, reacting under pressure, social skills, etc. Careful analysis of the difficulties and coping mechanisms can yield clues as to which movements will help to re-establish these brain connections.