An Approach for Correct Core Stability Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), it’s an intimidating mouthful, but bear with me while I explain this exciting approach for the restoration of …
Your muscles are the best tools for treating pain
and developing optimal movement patterns
For positive long-term results, you need to restore your natural muscle balance.
At the Scandinavian Clinic, we use a combination of manual treatments and
active therapies focused on movement and muscle activation.
Whatever your active lifestyle looks like, we want you to enjoy it without the
restrictions of pain, discomfort, and improper movement.
A unique combination of knowledge and skills
Swedish Trained - 5 Years
Eva Andersson recieved her education and training in Sweden specializing in manual orthopedic medicine. Thorough assessment, individualized treatment, prevention, and self-management was central in her training.
Eva uses manual orthopedic medicine for the treatment and rehabilitation of neuromusculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. She combines techniques like spinal manipulation/mobilization, massage, and stretching to restore function and decrease pain and disability. These techniques are often supplemented with advice on physical activity, ergonomics, and medical rehabilitation.
- 5 year, Scandinavian university level training
- Perform advanced biomechanical assessment
- Focus on prevention and self-management
- Combine several different treatment modalities
- Proven effective treatment results
Commitment to High Quality and Thorough Assessment
Patients need to know why they ended up with pain and/or dysfunction. They should expect accurate, detailed explanations about symptoms and education on how to manage and prevent pain. Successful treatment results are maximized by getting to the bottom of the problem, applying a combination of treatment modalities (as opposed to relying on a single method), and patient involvement.
Focus on Prevention and Self-Management
When things go wrong treatment may be needed, but this treatment should only be a short-term solution. Instead, prevention and self-management should be the main focus. This is central to the profession of RMT: to provide patients with the tools and knowledge to take care of themselves.
As a Registered Massage Therapist in BC and my treatments are covered by most insurance plans.
Prof. Vladimir Janda MD.Dr.Sc. – Muscle function diagnosis – Workshop with case studies.
Prof. -Prof. Karel Lewit MD.Dr. Sc. – Manipulative Therapy
Dr. Jan Ekstrand MD.PhD. – Sports Medicine
Robert Schleip PhD. – Fascia Treatments
Dr. David De Camilllis – End Rage Loading
Stecco – Fascial Manipulation
DNS – Course A.B.C.
DNS special skill course –Sports II- Running
A new concept in rehabilitation & training
D.N.S - The Core of Core
The Scandinavian Clinic now offers Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), one of the fastest-growing active treatment methods for the prevention and rehabilitation of chronic pain, and performance improvement in athletes. The core of DNS is all about “the core”.