Osteopaths can Help with Rehabilitation
DNS and Osteopathic Rehabilitation is used for:
- Rehabilitation from musculoskeletal and neurological injury.
- Sports and performance enhancement
DNS – Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation and Osteopathic Rehabilitation
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation, developed by Professor Pavel Kolar in Prague is way to help re-imprint, re-pattern normal movement patterns into previously injured structures. The approach is based upon how the body develops its stability in stages. These key positions of development are utilised with reflex stimulation to evoke motor response patterns within the brain and spinal cord which leads to more normalised function.
Why do it? Simply because in a back or shoulder injury the reflex motor patterns may be lost or distorted which makes any form of rehabilitation difficult or produce poor results. When DNS patterns are addressed it makes rehabilitation much easier.
DNS is widely used in Eastern Europe for orthopaedic and neurological rehabilitation.
What does it involve? Firstly a diagnosis of what your problem is and secondly why it is not improving? We then determine which reflexes and in what position they need addressing and then treat appropriately. There are usually exercises given to perform at home.
Further information about DNS.