Agoraphpbia in Adults

Blythe and McGlown identified that 75% of patients diagnosed with agoraphobia had detectable deficits within the central nervous system. These manifested themselves in the presence of aberrant primitive and postural reflexes, visual-perceptual and oculo-motor dysfunctions, which directly relate to problems with balance, dizziness and anxiety.

If NMI is a factor, correcting the underlying faults can help the sufferer regain cognitive control.
If you think NMI may be a factor in your problems, please complete our Screening Questionnaire.

Please note, only some emotional problems are connected to NMI.

If you think neuromotor immaturity (NMI) may be a factor in your problems, please contact INPP to request a full adult information pack.