In an effort to fill in the blanks as to why he was getting such incredible results with D.A.T., Dossman sought the input of physician Lisa Sovory, a consultant in Neurology with subspecialty emphasis in Sports Neurology. She provided neuro-physiologic rationale about how and why this system was so effective and expert advice about how to tweak/upgrade the system. Her knowledge of the nervous system has been paramount to the evolution of this amazing system.
Due to collaboration with Dr. Sovory, D.A.T. has now evolved into a full body system, affecting virtually every accessible reflex tendon. The system is now sought after by many nontraditional sports such as Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Gymnastics, Cheerleading, Parkour, Free Running, Capoeira, and CrossFit to name a few. The benefits of this amazing system are due in large part to the enhanced sensitivity of reflex tendons.
According to Dr. Sovory, "voluntary movements can interfere with reflexive athletic performance and motor memory.” Overcoming such interference is a vital component in the effectiveness of D.A.T. With this brilliant Sports Neurologist on board, D.A.T. is sure to reach its full potential and extend well beyond athletic reflex enhancement to treating various gait and neurological disorders.
According to Dossman, “Dr. Sovory is one of the brightest people I have ever met and I am looking forward to what the future holds with her on my team.”
Lisa Sovory, MD is a Diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology. In addition to a doctorate in Medicine, she holds a bachelor degree in Biochemistry and also a bachelor degree in Biological Science.