Dynamic Movement Intervention

Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI) is a therapy technique used to help children with developmental delay by improving their automatic postural responses and help them develop their developmental milestones such as rolling, standing and walking.

DMI focuses on:

  1. Gross motor skills
  2. Gradual progression
  3. Alignment and postural control
  4. Range of Motion
  5. Balance
  6. Functional Movements
  7. Somatosensory development
  8. Modify tone, primitive reflexes and abnormal patterns of movement
  9. Global development

For more information, visit dmitherapy.com

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