HNC Therapy Brush | Brushing therapy for ADHD patients
How it Works? The Wilbarger Deep Pressure and Proprioceptive Technique (DPPT). This technique is a deep-pressure input applied to the skin, firmly – so it does not scratch, itch or tickle. By rubbing the brush across the skin, the pressure input targets touch receptors and helps a child organize his/her central nervous system.
How to use: Run the brush over child’s skin with firm pressure starting from the arm working down towards the feet. Avoid child’s face, chest and stomach because the areas are sensitive and can cause vomiting. Perform 10 to 15 strokes per area (arms, legs, back). Repeat every 2 hour.
– Relieve stress
– Relaxes muscle
– Promote calmness to over-active receptors
– Helps to focus
– Suitable for children with autism and Sensory Processing Disorder