Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) is based on the neurophysiological aspects of developmental kinesiology. DNS respects the full complexity of sensory-motor integration in movement and how that relates to the function of the body. DNS gives us an explanation of how the body develops during the first year of life and how these milestones relate to dysfunction in adulthood. DNS treatment is centered around the diaphragm and the abdominal wall’s role in creating intra-abdominal pressure and maintaining proper joint centration.


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Movement is more than muscles pulling on bones; it is a complex symphony of neurology which integrates the musculoskeletal system, the peripheral nervous system and all levels of the central nervous system.
— Pavel Kolar, PT

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