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:
Design and Technology: materials
Design and Technology: wood
Visual communication and design
- 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.
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