Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation (DNS)
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation (DNS) is an emerging rehabilitative approach to activate the core stabilizing system for improved spine and joint functions.
Each purposeful, balanced, efficient and safe body movement starts from stabilization of muscles, spine and joints. If one muscle is dysfunctional, the whole stabilising function is disturbed, resulting in compromised quality of purposeful movements with compensatory mechanisms.
DNS therapeutic system involves specific functional exercises to improve spine and joint stability by targeting the integrated stabilising system. The brain re-trained to maintain central control and stability of the movements which are restored during the course of the therapy. This is achieved by activation of the muscle stabilisers in primal developmental positions adopted by babies.
As the program advances and becomes more challenging, DNS ideal movement patterns become voluntary movements. Autonomic central control i the fundamentals of all movements are established.
What is a DNS treatment like?
- Initial body assessment and subsequent re-assessments
- Professional one-on-one coaching on correct breathing and trunk stabilization techniques
- Joints mobilisation techniques based on developmental kinesiology positions
- Personal take home exercises
Sessions available in private or group sessions.