Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

Dynamic muscular stabilization is a method of activating the intrinsic stabilization of the body and specific movement patterns based on the developmental kinesiology. DNS approach assesses the stabilizing system of the spine in comparison to the stabilization pattern of a healthy baby, based on the neurophysiological aspects of the maturation.

Habitually, the stabilizing system gets activated automatically prior to any purposeful movement. Its malfunctioning occurs due to various factors, ie. pathology or previous injury, improper training, repetitive use, sedentary lifestyle, abnormal early development, genetics or congenital trauma.

The Prague School of Rehabilitation and Manual Medicine was established by prominent, internationally renowned authorities in manual medicine and rehabilitation, neurologists, physiatrists, pediatricians Dr. Vaclav Vojta, Dr. Karel Lewit, Dr. Vladimir Janda, Dr. Frantisek Vele and Dr. Pavel Kolar.

 
 
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