Rehabilitation School of Prague’s Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization according to Kolar (DNS)
A Developmental Kinesiology Approach
3 – DAY COURSE -Basic Course “A”-September 30 – October 2, 2013
COST 2400AED EARLY BIRD, 3000AED AFTER 1ST JULY
The nervous system establishes programs that control human locomotion, which is comprised of posture and movement. This ‘motor control’ is largely established during the first critical years of life. Therefore, the “Prague School” emphasizes neurodevelopmental aspects of motor control in order to assess and restore dysfunction of the locomotor system and associated syndromes.
The “Prague School” of Rehabilitation and Manual Medicine was established by key neurologists/physiatrists, all of whom were giants in the 20th Century rehabilitation movement: Professors’ Vaclav Vojta, Karel Lewit, Vladimir Janda, and Frantisek Vele.
Based upon the groundbreaking neurodevelopmental and rehabilitation principles described by these mentors,
Pavel Kolar has organized the next generation of clinical protocols that are designed to restore and stabilize locomotor function. This new rehabilitation approach is called Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS).
2 – DAY COURSE -Sport course “Part I”-October 4 – 5, 2013
Rehabilitation, exercise and therapy Professionals:
This course is designed to introduce DNS principles as it relates to exercise and fitness training. Target audience: Trainers, coaches, body work therapists, exercise physiologists & kinesiologists. Please contact the local organizer if you are part of a group that is not listed.
Cost: 1500AED EARLY BIRD, 2000AED from 1st July
Contact: Keith Littlewood +971 (0)5566 13061, firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
To register youy will need to pay an 80 Euro fee to the School of Prague to gain certification on completion of exam and help to support ongoing research. Click to register
Check out Craig Liebensons website to find out more about the DNS sport course
DNS like any good corrective exercise approach supports rather than replaces athletic development. It is an amazing movement prep. Like Gary Gray’s work DNS helps get people off the table, off the floor & finally upright. Not, just uniplaner, but tri-planer. The goal of DNS is to improve the functioning of the core “cylinder” – pelvic floor, diaphragm, abdominal obliques, & deep spinal intrinsics & thus facilitate a more efficient program for upright posture.