Course

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

DNS Manual Therapy Course

September 13 - 15, 2019

3 days DNS Soft-Tissue Course 

Prerequisite: DNS course A

 

 

 

Chicago Marriott
1401 22nd St
Oak Brook, IL 60523
USA

Instructor

Robert Lardner, PT

Organizer:

Midwest Rehabilitation Institute

https://www.midwestrehabilitationinstitute.com/dns-symposium
admin@rehabmri.com
(331)-218-3288

Objectives

At the completion of the course the student will:

Understand the role of the assessment as an audit process for manual therapy

Understand the focus of soft tissue techniques in relationship to the use of developmental positions in DNS

Understand the importance of the interaction of the CNS and the musculo-skeleto-facial system and the improvement of perception and movement

Understand the importance of restoring mobility and mobilizing various components of the rib cage and axial spine for improving respiratory strategies

Understand the importance of assessing and mobilizing different components at the four primary joint complexes of the humero/scapular and the coxo/ pelvic region, and the peripheral joint complexes 

Restoration of cervical posture

 

Goals:

To provide a brief review of the rehabilitation process

To provide a background to the utilization of manual tools and their relationship to the audit process in clinical decision making

To consider implementing manual techniques that can benefit the goal of augmenting and facilitating DNS (or other) rehabilitative approaches in affecting the psycho- somatic unit represented in the patient

Examples of practical application of the manual techniques and the utilization of the DNS approach to influence the outcome of the rehabilitation process