Sensory input is the means in which we have motor output. We move our body based on the input we receive from our senses. The senses provide information about our body map, our body position, the environment and things and people in it, and the tasks and objects around us. With this input of information we organize our body to respond – to move.
When we see challenges in regulation of the body and movement and of the body, we look deeper into the sensory messages that are being sent to best understand the root of these challenges. Through treatment of the sensory input, we see improved motor output.