The DNHS® technique can be used like any other dry needling technique for the treatment of myofascial pain. However, its innovation lies in the specific diagnostic and application criteria for patients with central nervous system lesions from different aetiologies (cerebral palsy, stroke, brain injury, etc.).

In our multimedia gallery in Youtube you can see some examples of patients treated with the DNHS technique and the effects obtained in one session or during several sessions.

Examples of pathologies treated with the technique:

Dry needling in cerebral palsy

Dry needling in a patient who attended a course in Mexico as a volunteer. The video shows the changes just after the application of the DNHS technique.

DNHS in a patient with a brain injury

The video shows the initial evaluation of a patient who attends as a volunteer to a DNHS course held in Madrid from 10 to 12 January 2014. The technique is applied to the muscles described in the video and the changes are evaluated immediately after the treatment. The duration of the changes obtained with the structural treatment (motor endplates) and neuromodulation varies according to each patient and depends to a great extent on the subsequent re-education treatment.