It is within the central nervous system that the neurological programming for posture and movement are established. This ‘motor control’ is established during the first few critical years of life. Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization® (DNS) is not a technique. It is a system of evaluation and treatment that is based upon the developmental aspects of motor control to assess and restore function to the locomotor system. In addition to various manual therapy techniques, at Cloverdale Chiropractic we use the DNS approach to evaluate, treat and correct the various syndromes that arise from inefficient stabilization, poor posture and faulty movement patterns.
For more information on DNS please refer to part 4 of our blog series titled: Core Stability Explained: Inside-Out.