Dr. Ezgur, Dr. Bruene, and Meadow have returned to the office following a nine-day intensive seminar to advance our practice of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, or DNS. DNS is a highly advanced, specialized form of physical therapy which utilizes the principles of neurophysiology and neurodevelopmental stages of life in order to improve the function of the nervous system. Like a sophisticated computer, the nervous system establishes programs that control our posture and the way we move. These ‘motor control’ programs are established during the first critical years of life, and will affect the quality of our posture, movement, stability, and strength throughout our lifetime.
These “global movement patterns” can become altered during our development or later in life for a wide variety of reasons including genetic & neurologic diseases, poor postural habits, bad ergonomics, and poor form during exercise & workouts. Faulty movement patterns typically result in pain, tension, and frequent injuries. DNS techniques allow us to assess these “global movement patterns” and retrain faulty motor control. Within a few weeks, most patients report feeling less pain, less re-occurrence of pain, better posture, and improved athletic performance. Some patients have also reported better sleep, mood, and energy, as well. Even patients with severe neurological disorders report improvement, although this may take more time in severe cases.
We are looking forward to sharing this exciting new technology with you, and all it is has to offer you in the future! Click here for more information about DNS or about the many different types of physical therapy and sports medicine services that we offer in our Chicago office.
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