The Dorn Method

What is the Dorn Method?
Dorn is a gentle, safe and very effective treatment
designed to help alleviate the cause of Back and Joint
Pain in people of all ages. It is used to correct
misalignments of the spine and other joints, treating
many common health problems including:

Back pain
Neck pain
Headaches & Migraines
Joint problems such as Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Elbow, Ankle, Jaw
Leg length difference

Dorn method consists of a range of well proven exercises and techniques which help joints and vertebrae slip back into position without ‘clicking’ or ‘crunching’.

Achieving balance in the body
Dorn theory states that imbalance within the body is the cause of numerous health problems. For example, the spinal column is made up of many vertebrae cushioned against each other by soft discs. These vertebrae not only support our upper body, but are also responsible for their own particular functions and may cause health problems if out of place.
An imbalance of the hip caused for example by a difference in leg length, can force the spine to twist on an uneven foundation. In this situation forces acting on the body through normal daily routine (such as lifting heavy shopping bags) can pull vertebrae more easily out of place, and add extra strain on the body’s muscles and joints. This can lead not only to back pain, but also problems elsewhere such as headaches, neck and shoulder pain, and even psychological problems such as eating disorders, etc. Dorn therefore focuses on restoring the balance of the body.

Dorn offers long term benefits
The Dorn Method is a combination of three parts, which together provide an excellent maintenance and preventative joint care system designed to look after your body over the long term.
As well as the actual treatment, which focuses on looking for and correcting imbalances within the body, Dorn also promotes the use of better posture in day to day life. For example, simple suggestions include not sitting crossed legged of slouching whilst seated in front of the computer at work; these are typical habits we can fall into, which over time can lead to health problems.
Dorn also teaches a set of simple, easy to learn self-help exercises which are designed to be taken away and practised at home to maintain balance in the body and good health over the long term. A few minutes spent each day for example will on a simple leg length correction exercise, will help to keep the joints in place, and the spine sitting straight.
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