Few people are aware of the crucial role of primitive reflexes in child development. While primitive reflexes do not directly affect cognitive development, their presence, when they should have integrated by the age of 3, may signify various learning challenges, such as attention deficit and poor motor skills.
This book does well to raise the awareness by giving a scientific basis for why primitive reflexes affect learning and behavior. Unfortunately, the author does not reveal how she seeks to integrate those reflexes. Probably a case of not wanting to reveal trade secrets, but as far as I know, others have used various methods, such as getting the child to crawl, using rhythmic movements or isometric exercises.