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

Managing Shoulder Pain: When Movement Matters

May 20, 2023

Online Seminar




Michael Maxwell, DC

Course Payment and Organization

Michael Rintala, DC

Course objectives


It may seem a simple statement - when rehabilitating the shoulder, the quality of movement matters. But does it always? Approximately 70% of patients presenting with shoulder pain suffer from tendinopathy of the rotator cuff. The research seems clear that tendons adapt to load and most evidence-based protocols for tendinopathies, including the rotator cuff, are in fact loading programs. Yet shoulder pain is not a self-limiting or short-lived problem, causing recurrent or chronic problems lasting over 1 yr in as many as 40%

In this webinar, Dr. Maxwell will propose the need to bridge the gap between human health, tendon health, while integrating principles of ideal stabilization and motor control, to optimize outcomes in shoulder rehabilitation.

This webinar will include a 30 minutes presentation followed by demonstration of the principles in action (and under load).

Tutorial participants will be able to follow along and interact with the instructor

60 minute online tutorial will be available for replay for 2 weeks following the live stream

This live interactive demonstration/discussion will be followed by a short question and answer session

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

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