Continuous Professional Development Update

Continuous Professional Development Update

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Course A

26th-28th October 2012; 9:00am – 5:00pm

It is a new and unique rehabilitation strategy based on the principles of developmental kinesiology and neurophysiological aspects of the maturing postural locomotor system. DNS derives ideal quality of these functional stereotypes from central programs maturing during early postural ontogenesis. Disturbances of this equilibrium due to CNS lesions, pain, trauma, habitual patterns, or repetitive overuse often results in the etiology or perpetuation of musculoskeletal pain syndromes.

The basis for DNS stems from the early pioneers of the“Prague school”. The developmental aspects and “Reflex locomotion stimulation” was pioneered by the Czech neurologist J.Vojta in the 50s, the work of the Professors: Janda, Vojta and Karel Lewit is also part of the foundation. The driving force of the development of the Prague School of Rehabilitation at present is Assoc. Prof. Pavel Kolar, PaedDR., Ph.D.

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