Course

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization according to Kolar (DNS)
A Developmental Kinesiology Approach

DNS Approach to Woman’s Health and Pelvic Fitness

February 9 - 10, 2019

2 - Day course for students who took DNS exercise I or A course
 

KC The Sports Chiropractor
6/5-15 Orwell St
Potts Point
SYDNEY, NSW, 2011
Australia

Instructor

Martina Jezkova, MPT

Organizers:

Chris Lavelle

chrislavelle07@gmail.com
0412652409

KC The Sports Chiropractor

https://kcsportschiro.com
info@kcsportschiro.com
(02) 93601960

Objectives:


1. Basic principles of developmental kinesiology, with an emphasis on development during the first year of life 
2. Ontogenesis and kinesiology of the pelvis and pelvic floor (PF)
3. The relationship between dysfunctional development during the first years of life and pathology of the movement system in adulthood.
4. Relationship between developmental disturbances of the human movement system and PF dysfunction
5. Assessment of the integrated stabilising system (ISSS) of the spine utilising dynamic functional tests, with attention to woman’s health and PF conditions
6. Core stability and PF dysfunctions including; diastases rectus, prolapse, incontinence, constipation, specific and non specific pelvic pain, functional sterility, dysmenorrhoea 
7. Physiology and management of hyper and hypo - tonic PF conditions
8. Approach to pelvic floor dysfunction in fitness, including the pelvic girdle/pelvic floor under load
9. Physiological changes during pregnancy and how these changes affect the ability to exercise during and after pregnancy
10. Common pregnancy issues e.g. Pelvic Girdle & low back pain, pregnancy induced hypermobility. Postural suggestions for pre/post natal women
11. Corrective exercises and modifications for pre/post natal woman and general pelvic floor conditions, based on DNS functional tests and developmental positions 
12. Group exercise for pre/post natal woman in all trimesters (DNS flow) 
13. Self-treatment techniques for pelvic region
14. Soft tissue & visceral techniques, “active scar” treatment using barrier phenomenon according to Lewit - clinicians only
15. DNS based mobilisation for lumbar spine and Lewit’s mobilization and relaxation techniques - clinicians only