The brain does not learn through repetition alone, and does not respond positively to being forced. Thus NeuroScanBalance® stresses the distinction between "making" and "evoking."

If your child cannot roll or crawl, sit up, stand on all fours, or stand up by himself, I will not try to force him into these positions or into repetitive motions.
Instead, I will engage the child in a gentle movement process that provides the brain with the conditions and information required to attain the different skills and developmental milestones.
Through this process the child gains the missing elements upon which the skills are built, and can then spontaneously learn to do what he or she couldn't do before.