Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation (DNS) Exercise 3 Course-Sydney

12.50 Formal Learning Hours

Presented by Martina Jezková, M.P.T.

Sydney 27 - 28 January, 2018

DNS is a contemporary and rapidly expanding approach that is being embraced by clinicians, coaches and sports trainers both internationally and domestically.

DNS utilises the principles of developmental kinesiology in training programs to optimise global motor patterns thereby enhancing human movement and sports performance.

Discuss the most common painful syndromes in various types of athletes, pathology in: shoulder girdle (rotator cuff, impingement, biceps tendinitis), elbow problems (epicondylitis), pelvic girdle (hip joint pain, groin problems) knee (ACL injury, meniscus lesions, jumper’s knee) and foot.


Review examples of the most common sports and how to apply DNS principles & demonstrate DNS exercises for specific sport techniques: throwing, jumping, stroke, skating etc. sport context: running/sprinting, throwing sports (Baseball, Tennis, Basketball, Shotput, etc), kicking/Soccer, Swimming, Cycling and Golf.

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