Video gallery showing DNHS® technque application
Dry needling in cerebral palsy
Dry needling in a patient who attended a course organized in Mexico as a volunteer. The video shows the pre-post changes of the application of the DNHS technique.
Dry needling in a child with cerebral palsy to improve gait
This video shows the effect of treatment with a dry needling session on gait in a child with PCI.
Dry needling DNHS® stroke
In this video you can see the changes produced immediately after the application of dry needling in a patient with stroke when treating upper limb muscles. The resistance to stretching and how the upper limb modifies its position during walking are also analysed.
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.
DNHS® after stroke
Dry needling treatment for upper and lower limb in a patient with stroke
DNHS® after stroke
Dry needling therapy to improve spasticity of the muscles of the lower extremities
Visualization of myofascial trigger points with ultrasound (multiple focal nodules).
Local gluteal spasm response
In this video you can clearly see a local twitch response in the gluteus muscle.
Ultrasound-guided dry needling to improve safety
In some cases, such as in patients taking anticoagulants, the use of ultrasound-guided procedures can help us to avoid injuring important vessels and increase the precision on the muscle we want to treat, since dry needling may be a relative contraindication.
Calculation of distance to trigger point
In this video you´ll see two very interesting things. On the one hand, as in the case of deep muscles, the ultrasound allows us not only to orient the needle and see the local LTRs but also calculate the size of needle we need, bearing in mind that when we feel we are going to compress and therefore need smaller needle size. This video is a demonstration of something that we usually do and that can be very helpful for people who are just getting started.
Adductor of the thumb and first dorsal interosseous: Dry needling techniques for the treatment of hypertonia and spasticity.
Dry needling techniques for the treatment of hypertonia and spasticity