Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI)
Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI) is a therapeutic approach designed to help children with movement and coordination difficulties develop their motor skills. This approach uses a series of exercises and movements tailored to each child's unique needs and abilities to challenge their motor function and improve their movement patterns.
DMI is based on the principles of neuroplasticity, which involves gradually increasing the difficulty of the exercises to encourage the brain to reorganize and improve motor function. This approach incorporates various therapeutic techniques, including neurodevelopmental and sensory integration therapy, to provide a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan.
Our pediatric physiotherapists have received specialized training in DMI and work closely with each child to monitor their progress and adjust their treatment plan as needed. DMI aims to help children achieve greater independence in their daily activities and improve their overall quality of life by promoting child development of more effective and efficient motor skills.
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