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

An Introduction to Vestibular Rehabilitation

May 10, 2017

1 - Day Course


University Hospital Motol
Dpt. Of Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine
V Uvalu 84
Prague 5, Czech Republic


Dr. Ondřej ČAKRT, Ph.D.


Assoc. Prof. Alena Kobesova, MD, PhD


1. To present the current knowledge of vestibular physiology and mechanisms underlying vestibular compensation

2. Demonstrate how vestibular rehabilitation is utilized to help the recovery of balance function.
Vestibular rehabilitation is based on improving the natural phenomenon called Vestibular Compensation that occurs after acute vestibular loss.

Central compensation implies three main mechanisms namely: adaptation, substitution and habituation. This compensation aided by the rehabilitation strategies aims to compensate and/or correct the underused or misused visual, proprioceptive and vestibular inputs involved in the postural control.
The course is designed to teach the student how to clinically examine patients with vertigo and how to perform vestibular rehabilitation (accompanied by manual medicine procedures according to the Prague School) in patients with BPPV, unilateral vestibular loss and central dizziness.



Instructor and course info


The course is limited to licensed health professionals (MD, DO, PT, DC, OT, ATC)

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PS Registration Fee: 80 EUR

This is a full early bird payment for the course including PS registration fee.

The payment is non-refundable. (Maybe credited toward future DNS Course in case of cancellation)

Without your online registration and PS fee payment you will not be permitted to attend this DNS course nor will you receive the Prague School Certificate of Attendance.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

DNS Prague School Team