What is Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique?

The Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique, also known as BIT, is a natural, drug-free, non-evasive therapy plan which was introduced in the United States in 1998 by Susan McCrossin. BIT is an extensive program which, in a matter of twelve to sixteen hours, can change neurological challenges, correct learning disabilities and improve brain function. This revolutionary system for comprehensive treatment combines the principles of acupressure with applied physiology and kinesiology in order to improve learning ability and memory as well as increase comprehension skills.

How Crossinology Works

The licensed practitioners of the Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique use muscle testing to locate blockages in the brain’s neuropathways, which are thought to cause certain learning disabilities, and determine the best plan for correcting the flow of the electromagnetic signals in the brain. The practitioner will evaluate short and long term memory along with reading skill level, as well as visual and auditory processing, in order to find any areas of stress in the corpus callosum, the brain’s “command center”. Each patient’s treatment will vary slightly based on their individual test results.

Unblocking the Pathways

Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique

Alleviate symptoms of ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia & other learning difficulties.

BIT practitioners are highly skilled and professionally trained to apply the BIT program and unblock pathways that affect learning, motivation and performance. Restoring the flow within the brain’s neurological pathways, in turn, reconnects the electromagnetic signals which are essential to overcoming learning disabilities and regaining optimal brain function. Once the brain is functioning at its fullest capacity and the learning pathways are open, the performance of the brain will dramatically advance as well. Clients are often surprised at how quickly they see results from BIT and how greatly their lives are impacted by those results.

Who Does BIT Work On?

BIT is advantageous to a wide range of people. Many things can cause the brain’s processes to get off-line. A drastic example would be an accident resulting in a head injury. Other examples are genetic makeup, stress levels, environmental factors and emotional distresses. Anyone who wishes to permanently improve their own brain function can benefit from the program unless they have had organic brain damage. However, the most astonishing results of BIT therapy have been seen in sufferers of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyslexia and other learning disabilities. After completing the BIT program, these people are not just more able to learn. They reported feeling happier and more confident. There are new success stories related to BIT every day.

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