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

DNS & Clinical Neurodynamics
Bridging the two foundational systems

March 9, 2024

Online Seminar

Saturday March 9th, 2024 - 6pm PST



Michael Maxwell, DC

Course Payment and Organization

Michael Rintala, DC

Course objectives


This webinar aims to introduce Clinical Neurodynamcis and to bridge two foundational systems - Clinical Neurodynamics and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization.

Clinical Neurodynamics is a system of assessment and treatment of peripheral nerve injuries based on the science of Neurodynamics - the study of the anatomy, mechanics and physiology of the peripheral nervous system, as it relates to the anatomy and mechanics of the musculoskeletal system.

Michael Shacklock originated the concept in 1995 with his paper in the British Journal of Physiotherapy, forming future scientific cornerstones to be applied in clinical practice, which he later expanded on in his international best-selling book Clinical Neurodynamics, published by Elsevier, Oxford, in 2005.

The Clinical Neurodynamics system provides strategic and research-based solutions to evaluating and managing peripheral nerve injuries, including but not limited to lumbar and cervical disc herniation with radiculopathy, which as you know, DNS forms an effective system aimed at the postural dysfunction that often precedes and perpetuates this injury.

Dr. Michael Maxwell is certified as an International Instructor of DNS and Clinical Neurodynamics. In this webinar, he will introduce Clinical Neurodynamics and how its approach to cervical radiculopathy bridges with the DNS approach to address postural function of the cervicothoracic spine.

This live interactive demonstration/discussion will be followed by a short question-and-answer session with the Prague School instructor.

60 minute online tutorial will be available for replay for 3 weeks following the live stream

The Live Stream happens at 6pm PST., Saturday March 9, 2024

Prior DNS Coursework is required to attend and access this online zoom tutorial

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