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

DNS Integrative Assessment
An Introduction to a Primary Global Examinationndational systems

April 23, 2024

Online Seminar

Saturday April  23, 2024 - 11:30 am PST



William Tortoriello, DC

Course Payment and Organization

Michael Rintala, DC

Course objectives


Describe the Integrative Assessment framework, detailing its three parts for a comprehensive patient evaluation.

Demonstrate primary testing and screening procedures essential for identifying underlying health issues effectively.

Learn how to assess and confirm if a patient maintains proper "joint centration" to ensure optimal joint alignment and function.

Gain insights into selecting specific DNS exercises tailored to individual patient needs, considering assessments and rehabilitative goals.

Join Dr. Bill as he provides you with a framework for physically examining patients complaining of any type of orthopedic condition, injury, or functional deficit. Through the combined efforts of Robert Lardner and Dr. Bill, they put together a rational, clinically consistent and effective way to enable you to screen and treat patients (using varieties of manual techniques, mobilizations, etc) and ultimately move on to precise rehabilitative strategies and exercises from a DNS perspective.

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

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

The Live Stream happens at 11:30 am PST. April 23, 2024

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

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