What The Dorn Method Involves

 

Your Dorn Method Therapist will work together with you at all times beginning with a leg length comparison check; a high percentage of people suffering from back pain show a leg length difference often due to poor leg seating in the hip joint. Your Therapist will then make simple, safe corrections as necessary.

what dorn involves

To help prevent future problems from re-occurring, you will also be shown how to carry out simple leg length corrections for yourself at home.

Next your pelvis is checked for any misalignment, followed by lumbar, thoracic (spinal column) and cervical vertebrae (neck) checks. Any imbalances or vertebrae found out of place are corrected as necessary using very gentle and safe techniques. All corrections take place in a dynamic way, this simply means you work together with the Therapist by moving the joint being corrected. In so doing related muscles are ‘distracted’ causing joints to slip more easily back into place, and it is this principle that helps make The Dorn Method so unique.

The following short video demonstrates some of the various Dorn Method techniques. As you can see, the moves are very gentle and safe.

 




All corrections applied using The Dorn Method take place dynamically, this simply means a client works together with the Therapist by moving the joint being corrected. In so doing related muscles are ‘distracted’ causing joints to slip more easily back into place, and it is this principle and associated techniques that make up The Dorn Method.

The Dorn Method can also be combined with a very relaxing spinal massage called the Breuss Massage. This is a gentle massage that safely stretches, nourishes, aligns and energizes the Back. This combination of both Dorn therapy and Breuss massage help to gently align the spine and joints, and also aim to regenerate the body system in a safe and simple manner. For more information, please follow this link: The Breuss Massage.

Disclaimer: The DMTA does not guarantee the effectiveness of Dorn Method treatment in any individual case nor does it accept any liability whatsoever for DMTA Members or Authorised Dorn Method Instructors whether or not failing to conform to the DMTA Practice Agreement and Code of Ethics & Conduct