The DNHS® technique has demonstrated to have therapeutic effects on patients with central nervous system injuries of different etiologies (eg, infantile cerebral palsy, stroke or head injury).
Currently, the pathology that has received the most treatment by this technique is cerebrovascular disease. The DNHS technique has different application criteria, such as an evolution of the pathology of over 6 months, the presence of hypertonia (abnormal increase in muscle tone) and/or spasticity (increased muscle tone dependent on the velocity of stretch), as well as motor effects (eg, difficulty walking, holding objects, etc).
- DNHS in a patient with traumatic brain injury
- DNHS in a patient with multiple sclerosis
- DNHS in a patient with cerebral paralysis