Prague School of Rehabilitation And Manual Medicine Neurosport

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Prague School of Rehabilitation And Manual Medicine Neurosport
Prague School of Rehabilitation
And
Manual Medicine
The Prague School of Rehabilitation
and Manual Medicine was established by key
neurologists and physiatrists, all of whom
were leaders in the 20th century rehabilitation
movement era. This included Karel Lewit and
the late Professors Vaclav Vojta, Vladimir
Janda and Frantisek Vele.
Based on groundbreaking
neurodevelopmental and rehabilitation
principles by these men, Professor Pavel Kolar
has successfully integrated the work of his
predecessors in proposing the underlying
neurodevelopmental mechanism for how the
movement system develops hand-in-hand
with CNS maturation. This complex approach
is “cutting edge” in that it provides a window
into the complexity and plasticity of the CNS
and its effect on the movement system. The
DNS approach can be used in the
rehabilitation of a myriad of neurologic,
musculoskeletal pain syndromes, as well as,
performance athletic training.
DYNAMIC NEUROMUSCULAR
STABILIZATION
Course Instructor
Petra Valouchova, PT, PhD

Petra graduated from the Department of Physical
SPORTS COURSE: PART 1
FEBRUARY 9-10, 2013
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Therapy of Palacky University in 1998. She received
her Ph.D. in Kinanthropology with a focus in
Biomechanics in 2001.

She is a certified Vojta and Bobath therapist.

Since 2002, Petra has been working as a PT at the
University Hospital in Prague - Motol treating both
adults and children. She is an adjunct professor at
the Charles University School of Medicine and the
Department of Physical Therapy.

Since November 2011, she has been the head physical
therapist at the private clinic of Prof. Kolar called
The Movement Center in Prague.

Petra has been collaborating with Prof. Kolar and has
been a senior instructor of the DNS principle courses
since 2004. She has lectured in the Czech Republic,
Great Britain, Denmark, Sweden, Slovakia, USA and
Australia.

She published numerous articles on surface EMG.

She is a World Champion (2003, 2004) and a
European Champion (2004) in Fitness step teams.
For more information on this approach, please
visit: www.rehabps.com

She is an aerobic instructor and a marathon runner.

Petra lives near Prague with her husband and 2
children.
Neurosport Education
International
COURSE OBJECTIVES
COURSE SCHEDULE
12.5 CONTACT HOURS
DAY ONE
9:00 - 10:30 AM:

SPORT TRAINING CHARACTERISTICS, TRAINING
POSTURE, NEUTRAL JOINT POSITION, REVIEW OF
DEVELOPMENTAL KINESIOLOGY IN CONTEXT OF
ADULT OPTIMAL POSTURE AND SPORT
PERFORMANCE

Introduction to developmental kinesiology in
the context of adult optimal posture

Global motor patterns and their importance
in sports performance

Supportive and stepping forward motions –
biomechanics of motor function

DNS basic principles for exercises

Basic positioning for exercises – supine,
prone, low kneeling, oblique sitting,
quadruped, global patterns, the
verticalization process in postural
10:45 AM - 12:15 PM:

GLOBAL MOTOR PATTERNS – THE IMPORTANCE
FOR SPORT PERFORMANCE, SUPPORT, STEPPING
FORWARD MOTION – BIOMECHANICS OF MOTOR
FUNCTION, IDEAL RESPIRATION STEREOTYPE,
EVALUATION ON STABILIZATION FUNCTION
12:15 - 1:15 PM (LUNCH)
1:15 - 3:00 PM:

DNS BASIC PRINCIPLES FOR EXERCISES,
VERTICALIZATION PROCESS IN POSTURAL
DEVELOPMENT, MODIFICATION OF BASIC POSITION
FOR EXERCISE – SUPINE, PRONE, SIDELYING AND
MODIFICATIONS WITH RESISTANCE
3:15 - 5:00 PM:

MODIFICATION OF BASIC EXERCISES IN HIGHER
DEVELOPMENTAL POSITIONS – LOW KNEELING,
OBLIQUE SIT, QUADRAPED AND WITH RESISTANCE
“HE WHO TREATS THE SITE OF
PAIN IS LOST.” - V. JANDA
Tuition Information:
$450 per student
$425 per student if enrolled
2 months prior to course
$500 per student if enrolled
2 weeks prior to course
development

Exercises in higher developmental positions
including tripod, bear, squat, lunge, step up
and various modifications

Exercises based on developmental kinesiology
with elastic bands, barbells, weights and
stability balls
DAY TWO
9:00 - 10:30 AM:

TRIPOD, HIGH KNEELING, BEAR AND
To Enroll:
First visit www.rehabps.com and register with
The Prague School, then pay tuition at:
http://neurosporteducation.wix.com/neurosported
MODIFICATIONS WITH RESISTANCE
10:45 AM - 12:15 PM:

HANGING STANCE, OBLIQUE SQUAT, LUNGE, STEP
UP
12:45 – 2:30 PM:

TRAINING OF KINESTHESIA AND BODY AWARENESS
Questions:
[email protected]

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