Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) is rapidly gaining widespread recognition in sports rehabilitation. Influenced by the “greats” of the Prague School of Rehabilitation and Manual Medicine — all of whom were leaders in the 20th Century rehabilitation movement — Pavel Kolar developed a groundbreaking new approach known as DNS.
The DNS training concepts reinforce ideal coordination among all stabilizing muscles to achieve optimal athletic performance. By applying DNS protocols, clinical practitioners can effectively assess and restore dysfunction of the locomotor system and related syndromes.
Learn an Innovative Approach to Sports Rehabilitation
Expand Your Practice
The Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Exercise course teaches practitioners how to enhance their diagnostic and treatment skills with athletes. The course is useful for a wide variety of practitioners who wish to specialize in sports rehabilitation, including chiropractors, acupuncturists, physical therapists, and athletic trainers.
Receive Expert Training
The DNS course draws on principles of kinesiology, neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, and muscle physiology with an emphasis on diagnostics. Highly skilled DNS instructors lead the course, providing an engaging format for continuing education and advanced training.
Deepen Your Knowledge
Clinicians who complete the DNS Exercise course come away with innovative new theories that help them improve their overall treatment approach when working with athletes. The course also leads to certification as a DNS Certified Exercise Trainer, Practitioner, or Instructor.
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