Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS): Exercise 3
By: Midwest Rehabilitation Institute

Course Description

- Review the physiological framework for the DNS principles - Detailed definition of optimal postural stabilization, stepping forward reaching, grasping, kicking and supporting taking off function - The most common painful syndromes in various types of athletes, pathology in: - shoulder girdle rotator cuff, impingement, biceps tendinitis - elbow problems epicondylitis - pelvic girdle hip joint pain, groin problems - knee ACL injury, meniscus lesions, jumper’s knee - foot - Case studies - Examples of the most common sports and how to apply DNS principles based on the Discuss & demonstrate DNS exercises for specific sport techniques: throwing, jumping, stroke, skating etc. sport context: - running/sprinting, - throwing sports Baseball, Tennis, Basketball, Shot Put, etc, kicking/soccer - swimming - cycling - golf

Course Details

  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS): Exercise 3
  • By:    Midwest Rehabilitation Institute
  • Instructor:    Professor Pavel Kolar, P.T., Paed. Dr., Ph.D. , Petra Valouchova PHD PT,​
  • Total CE Hours:    14
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