DSM treatment – Summary

DSM body treatment – DSMt is an innovative technique developed in  Italy. Born for pain of the physical body, DSMt revealed itself as a sparkle of new and renewed Energy as well as a revolutionary technique for the dissipation of old traumas in the Emotional and Psychological spheres.

DSMt is technique for the dissipation of old traumas in the Emotional and Psychological spheres.
DSMt is a multidimensional methodology, which has been specifically developed for the ongoing dynamic integration of the structure and viscera via stimulation of the central, peripheral autonomic nervous systems.
DSMt uses a series of gentle moves on specific muscles or on precise points on the body to create an energy flow and vibrations between these points. This allows the body to better communicate with itself and to balance other tissues, muscles and organs. The method of action is likely through the autonomic nervous system, allowing the body to better carry out its many functions the way it was designed to.
DSMt is done with a light touch and can be done through clothing. There are pauses between sets of moves to allow the body to assimilate the energy and vibrations.
In essence DSMt provides the body with possibilities to communicate on many levels, and thus return to and maintain normal homeostatic limits on a daily basis.
The main objective is to remove pain and dysfunctional physiological conditions by restoring the structural integrity of the body.
DSMt (DSM Body Treatment) is a procedure that initiates those natural enhancers to assist in accepting positive changes.

Conditions which frequently respond well to DSMt:

• Spinal conditions
• Cranial conditions
• Headaches including migraines
• Neck conditions including whiplash
• Back conditions: pelvic, lumbar, thoracic
• Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand conditions
• Leg, knee, ankle and foot conditions
• All visceral conditions
• Asthma and other respiratory conditions
• Arthritis and joint conditions
• Menstrual, fertility and menopausal conditions
• Accident injuries
• Sporting injuries
• Acute and chronic fatigue
• Stress conditions and emotional depression
• Digestive and bowel problems
• Release of old traumas