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

DNS Based Functional and Neurological Assessment

February 2, 2020

1 - Day Seminar

GIS MOTC Convention Center
3F, Plenary Hall
No. 24, Section 1
Hangzhou South Road
Zhongzheng District
Taipei City, 100


Assoc. Prof. Alena Kobesova, MD, PhD

Course Payment and Organization

Kenny Hsiao
Taiwan Institute of FAscia Research (TIFAR)


Course objectives:

Human ontogenesis: postural development, postural reactions and primitive reflexes for early screening of infants; central coordination disturbance

DNS stabilization strategies - the integrated stabilizing system, locomotor stereotypes, respiratory stereotype

Diaphragm role in stabilization & definition of ideal postural-locomotion function from developmental perspective

Functions of the abdominal wall muscles and diaphragm

Combined diaphragmatic respiratory, postural and sphincter functions

Importance of ideomotor functions in movement and sport

Cortical sensory-motor Integration

Developmental coordination disorder

Assessment and training of cortical function

Neuromotor aspects of rehabilitation in DNS

Neurological assessment based on ontogenetic principles

Spasticity, rigidity, cerebellar dysfunction, neuromuscular diseases

DNS research projects



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