Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

DNS is a system of rehabilitation from the Prague School.  It is an evolution from the concepts of Janda and Lewit, adding in development sequences and reflex stimulation.  If you are familiar with upper and lower cross syndromes, DNS takes those basic concepts and pushes them to another level of evaluation and treatment.

DNS has a unique approach to assessing function of the body.  An emphasis on breathing pattern and quality of movement beyond most systems give insight into what exercises will have the greatest effect.  The different bases of support and body chains will be tested to find the weak spots and determine the correct working level for your exercises program.

It follows the development sequence, here is a video of me going through the baby chart, essentially, we use the original blueprint of the body to help evaluate each exercise or movement and determine where we need to start from or what position needs the most work.

I have completed the DNS Exercise Certification and utilize their principles and technique in my practice.

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