Looking at the Big Picture – Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

When a patient complains of shoulder pain, should you just treat the shoulder? Or is another issue causing the pain?  Today’s expert makes a case for looking at the whole body instead of just the area causing the pain when treating patients. Clare Frank DPT, MS, OCS, FAAOMPT  utilizes Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization in her private clinic based in Los Angeles, California and is a certified instructor for Kolar’s Approach to Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization and Janda’s Approach to Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes.  She’s also the author of “Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance:  The Janda Approach.” 

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) is a form of manual rehabilitation based upon development kinesiology. DNS incorporates all the elements of movement and works to stimulate movement control centers in the brain by activating inborn movement stereotypes. The process examines motor control, stability and quality of movement.  The DNS method helps prevent irritation to injuries by balancing the body while teaching the brain to maintain central control and stabilize movement.

Hear more about Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization and motion analysis by listening to Dr. Frank now.  Additional information on Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization can also be found at www.rehabps.com.

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