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Rhythmic Movements Used In Treatment Of ADHD


Psychiatrist advocates for alternatives to medication

STOCKHOLM – According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 11 percent of children ages 11-17 are living with ADHD. While medicine is the most widely accepted treatment method, it’s far from the only option.

Dr. Harald Blomberg, a psychiatrist with more than 30-years clinical experience believes that the best way to treat ADHD and other neurological disorders is through the use of natural body movement therapy.

“Movement and environmental interaction assists children with the development of cognitive skills and expands the pathways in their brain,” Dr. Blomberg said. “I’ve mimicked natural rhythmic body movements and successfully used these as a form of therapy for patients of all ages.”

His treatment method, Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training supports individuals of all ages with health issues such as ADHD, autism, muscle and joint pain and a wide variety of other ailments.

In addition to classes, Dr. Blomberg has published “The Rhythmic Movement Method”. With case studies included, the book explains how rhythmic movement training works and why it is often more successful than traditional medicine.

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“The Rhythmic Movement Method”

By Harald Blomberg

Softcover: $20.00

ISBN: 978-1-4834-2879-6

Available at: Amazon, LULU and Barnes and Noble online bookstores

About the Author

Harald Blomberg, MD is a Swedish psychiatrist living in Stockholm. He’s worked with the rhythmic exercises for nearly thirty years and teaches Rhythmic Movement Training classes worldwide. He has published three books about the method. “The Rhythmic Movement Method” has been translated into five languages.


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