Learning difficulties in Children

D is a 15 year old student in year 8, who enjoys sports and playing football. He was referred by another patient receiving DNS* therapy and whose posture and balance improved. His mother reported that D tried very hard, but just couldn't get good grades. She brought him in to see if his posture would improve, and these were some other changes that occurred:

He began Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation (DNS) therapy during semester 1.

High school report:

Subject

Semester 1 
(before DNS)

Semester 2 
(after DNS)

Religious education

E+

C

Drama

C+

-

English

E+

C+

Food technology

Ungraded

-

Physical education

C

A

Humanities

D

D+

Mathematics

E

Ungraded

Music

D+

-

Science

Ungraded

C+

Design and Technology: materials

-

C+

Design and Technology: wood

-

B

Visual communication and design

-

B+

Grade average

51.22%

72.22%

- subject not taken during semester.

A 40% improvement with treatment*

He also received an Academic Merit Certificate; one gold and two silver Merit Awards. His posture and sporting performance improved and it was easier for him to concentrate on his schooling.

*DNS = Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation is a unique rehabilitation approach which achieves exciting levels of improved function. It is an overall strategy rather than a technique and involves treatment, advice and exercise strategy. It stimulates the brain's control centre for stabilisation and restores ideal postures, movements and muscle tone.

Contact us about what could DNS do for your struggling child on info@wandsworthchiro.co.uk or call 020 7228 7822.


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