Functional Rehabilitative Exercises
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization
About Functional Rehabilitative Exercises
The Mobility Plus team utilizes unique and specific rehabilitation protocols focused on full body movements helping to build a more durable you.
Our approach is based on a school of thought by the Prague School of Medicine called Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization.
About Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)
Developed by Pavel Kolar of the Prague School of Rehabilitation and Manual Medicine, DNS is centered around developmental kinesiology and how we automatically and predictably acquire appropriate postures and movement patterns during the first few years of our lives. In early childhood, these movements are automatic, predictable, and genetically formed as our nervous system matures.
Many can benefit from incorporating DNS movements as part of their rehab, as there are certain postural and anatomical premises that allow for everyday, functionally sound movements. If one muscle is dysfunctional then the entire stabilizing system of your body is disturbed.
In the words of Pavel himself, “every developmental position is an exercise position.”
By utilizing DNS exercises, we can help you to ensure that you don’t have any weak links in the kinetic chain to compromise your stabilizing system. As a result, we are able to teach and engrave the most optimal postures to allow you to move, sleep, work, and do whatever it is you are trying to get back to doing, pain-free.
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If you are having trouble with:
You could benefit from incorporating DNS rehab exercises into your routine.
At Mobility Plus, we do our best to tailor our rehabilitative treatment plan based on your individual needs.
If you feel like you could benefit from trying DNS rehab protocols, please contact us for a complimentary phone consultation.