If you have some doubts if Brain Gym could help you or your loved ones, it might help to look at these videos. These two career principals found Brain Gym helpful enough to become instructors, so they could help improve their schools. One of them is the principal of a Blue Ribbon school.
Brain Gym is the creation of a Touch for Health Instructor with a learning disability. It's considered educational kinesiology. It takes Touch for Health kinesiology, adapts a lot of it, and targets it to help increase learning capacity and focus for everyone, as well as clearing learning disabilities. If you can concede Brain Gym is useful, doesn't it show you that Touch for Health is real and useful? Doesn't it then beg the question that Applied Kinesiology (the core work that Touch for Health is based on) is also real and useful? I've found all three modalities to be enormously helpful.
I talk a lot in my book about how Touch for Health helped with reducing tension in my muscles by resetting them. I've had treatment by an AK chiropractor as a test subject during a conference that reset one of my cranial bones and suddenly I could remember everyone's name at the conference, when normally I have difficulty remembering names. Specialized kinesiology and educational kinesiology have been very helpful for me in healing.