Receive. Interpret. Respond.
It’s one of the key concepts within the functional neurology paradigm. A sensory stimulus is sent to the brain for processing, which then creates a motor output. Because of this intimidate brain-body connection, our programs have a heavy focus on using sensory modalities to modulate brain function and create a new, desired output.
Sarasso, etal. Brain motor functional changes after somatosensory discrimination training. Brain Imaging and Behavior, August 2018. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28861843