DNS® : Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization from the
Prague School of Rehabilitation
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) comes from the Prague School of Rehabilitation of Czechia and stems from the work of Drs. Vojta and Kolar who studied children born with neuromuscular deficits such as cerebral palsy. These methods are utilized in neuromuscular rehabilitation to re-educate the movement patterns that were ingrained since birth and may have become faulty due to chronic lifestyle dysfunction, injury, or trauma.
The purpose of this therapy is to create correct muscle activation patterns while maintaining neuromuscular coordination; specifically in how your brain centers all movement from the core/trunk and extends into multiple kinetic chains of your body. This method creates dynamic changes to movement and yields faster results.
DNS is used by orthopedic and neurologic physicians all over the world. Click here for more info.