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Dynamic Movement Intervention allows our team to incorporate more techniques and tools into the framework of a session. Additionally, DMI allows us to customize each plan based on  your  child’s  needs and  goals.  DMI is the perfect complement to our intensive model of therapy, which focuses on incorporating multiple therapeutic techniques.”

In the spirit of innovation and continuous growth, we have embraced DMI to better meet the needs of our patients.  


What is DMI Therapy?

Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI) is a comprehensive intervention that incorporates current research on neurorehabilitation, technologies, and methodologies. This therapeutic technique is used by physical (PT) and occupational therapists to treat children with gross motor impairments by improving and/or provoking a desired action with great emphasis on alignment, sensory integration, and function. The goal is to promote progress toward developmental milestones.



Why We Love DMI

DMI expands and complements our intensive program due to its focus on clinical reasoning, current research, the whole child, and its multi-disciplinary/multi-modality approach. DMI allows our team to not only incorporate more techniques and tools into the framework of a session, but at the same time, allows us to customize each plan based on your child’s needs and parents’ goals. 

DMI Makes Our Team Stronger and Allows More Patients to Access Treatment

The mission of Dynamic Movement Intervention is to provide an abundance of training opportunities for therapists passionate about learning DMI and to create a community of therapists who are open to collaboration. With training being readily available to therapists around the world, DMI will have the opportunity to serve more children!

If you’re interested in determining whether DMI is appropriate for your child, complete the assessment form below.

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Join the DMI Movement!

By working with practitioners from around the world, this newly trademarked comprehensive intervention gives NAPA the opportunity to:

  • Develop the technique 
  • Collaborate with other practitioners and access training and mentorship 
  • Treat more patients (by providing certification, training, and education)
  • Optimize results by customizing therapy
  • Incorporate more techniques and tools into the framework of a session
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