Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization or DNS is one of the most profound approaches in manual therapy that we have studied. Dr. Fergus Is the first Illinois Chiropractor to be a Certified DNS Practitioner. He hosts several DNS courses in Chicago each year. In this approach, we compare each movement and reflex of our patients to those of an ideally developed child. This allows us to have a perfect example to work towards in restoring optimal health to our patients. The DNS approach shows us a how each patient developed movement patterns as a child and to use this information in the treatment of adult patients. Many times when a joint, such as the shouder, does not get used properly as a child, it will see some level of injury and pain as an adult. By treating the adult patient with a childhood movement of the shoulder via a global pattern we can resolve most current painful syndromes and prevent future injury. We also utilize DNS treatments this approach to help patients who have had neurological injuries such as a stroke or multiple sclerosis by helping recover some of the lost brain-to-body connections. We use DNS based treatments in babies and children who are not developing properly or who have conditions such as cerebral palsy, hip displasia, and scoliosis. For more information, visit the Prague School of Rehabilitation site here: www.rehabps.com

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization or DNS is one of the most profound approaches in manual therapy that we have studied. Dr. Fergus Is the first Illinois Chiropractor to be a Certified DNS Practitioner. He hosts several DNS courses in Chicago each year. In this approach, we compare each movement and reflex of our patients to those of an ideally developed child. This allows us to have a perfect example to work towards in restoring optimal health to our patients. The DNS approach shows us a how each patient developed movement patterns as a child and to use this information in the treatment of adult patients. Many times when a joint, such as the shouder, does not get used properly as a child, it will see some level of injury and pain as an adult. By treating the adult patient with a childhood movement of the shoulder via a global pattern we can resolve most current painful syndromes and prevent future injury. We also utilize DNS treatments this approach to help patients who have had neurological injuries such as a stroke or multiple sclerosis by helping recover some of the lost brain-to-body connections. We use DNS based treatments in babies and children who are not developing properly or who have conditions such as cerebral palsy, hip displasia, and scoliosis. For more information, visit the Prague School of Rehabilitation site here: www.rehabps.com

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