Current situation

Within the GIMACES research group at San Jorge University, there is a research team studying the effect of the DNHS® technique on representative patients with brain damage (iPhysio).

In addition to changes in spasticity and hypertonia, a new feature of the study is the analysis of the effects of the technique on the sensorimotor processing in the brain. This sub-study was included by the DNHS® research team, after a pilot study found improvements in electroencephalographic activity and concordance in certain areas of the brain after applying the technique. This study confirmed the empirical evidence that changes in the patient went beyond the treated peripheral structures, as there had been certain changes in the function of patients that could not be explained by the simple act of breaking dysfunctional motor endplates or the segmental spinal connections arising from them.