Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) benefits

Dr. Joe assisting one of our youngest patients, at 7 months, with her DNS exercises

Dr. Joe assisting one of our youngest patients at 7 months with her DNS exercises

Dr. Joe has been studying Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) for a few years now with great success implemented in treatment plans for patients of all ages. The DNS exercises are based on fundamental movement patterns developed in the first few years of life. Since these positions are already developed in our neuromuscular skeletal systems as adults, these exercises do not require new “pathways” to be created by the nervous system while doing the exercises. This makes them easily implemented for adults to do with sometimes quicker and longer lasting results. The 9 month exercise of “crawling,” (pictured) greatly improves range of motion and functional movement utilizing both arms, legs and core, and is a necessary component of development for functional health as an adult. If you are interested in this type of treatment, make your appointment today.

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