1. Shoulder girdle (rotator cuff, impingement, biceps, tendinitis)
2. Elbow problems (epicondylitis)
3. Pelvic girdle (hip joint pain, groin problems)
4. Knee (ACL injury, meniscus lesions, jumper’s knee)
6. Case studies
7. Examples of the most common sports and how to apply DNS principles based on the discussion & demonstration of DNS exercises for specific sport techniques: throwing, jumping, stroke, skating, etc. and sport context: running/sprinting, throwing sports (baseball, tennis, basketball, shot put, etc.), kicking/soccer, swimming, cycling, golf.
In order to attend this class, you must also pay the Prague school fee of 80 EUR.
To ensure adequate practice with clients, this practical test can only be taken one year after completion of the first DNS course (either DNS exercise I or DNS A). You may still choose to take DNS exercise III prior to that 1-year span. However, if you wish to take the trainer certification practical test, you will have to re-take level III again and sit for the test. Also, completing an online test after DNS exercise II is a prerequisite for taking the practical test in the DNS exercise III course. When you earn your certification, you can choose to have your name listed on the Prague school rehabilitation website for a one-time fee of 20 Euros. You are required to take at least one DNS course every three years to retain your certification status.
Instructor: Júlia Demeková, MPT
Course: DNS Exercise 3
Course Dates: Rescheduled to 2021 – final date TBA
Course Time: 9:00am-5:00pm
Course Location: TBD
Cost: $750 professionals, $375 students (must show valid student ID) + mandatory Prague School Fee
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