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

DNS Course for Women's Health - Part 2

September 9 - 11, 2024

3 - Day Course

11F., No. 259, Sec. 3, Nanjing E. Rd.
Songshan Dist.
Taipei City 105


Martina Jezkova, MPT

Course Payment and Organization

Kenny Hsiao
Taiwan Institute of FAscia Research (TIFAR)

Cell phone: +886-935324999

Course objectives: Focus on functional sterility and visceral mobilization of pelvic organs

Review of basic DNS principles, anatomy of pelvic floor organs and kinesiology of pelvic floor.

Neutral position of the chest and pelvis.

Physiological function of diaphragm, breathing stereotype.

Manual visceral techniques and self treatment exercises for urinary bladder dysfunction and patients with incontinence, dyspareunia, urinary bladder ptosis, frequent inflammations of urinary tract.

Manual visceral techniques and self treatment exercises for patients with constipation; Levator ani syndrome.

Manual visceral techniques and self treatment exercises for fallopian tubes and ovaries, for patients with vaginismus, vulvodynia and dysmenorrhea.

Physiological function of pelvic floor muscles and reproductive organs.

Functional sterility and neurophysiological consequences.

Introduction to Ludmila Mojzisova work, and related research.

Clinical assessment of posture and basic movement stereotypes.

Active exercises based on Ludmila Mojzisova concept and DNS neurophysiological principles for patients with functional sterility.

DNS based mobilization techniques for spine, ribs and pelvis.

Respirations techniques to activate the intra-abdominal pressure, pelvic floor muscles to mobilize internal organs.

Treatment protocol for patients with functional sterility.

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