DNS-QUEBEC

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization - Course B - September 20-21-22nd 2024

Three days course from Sept 20th through 22nd 2024

Basic Course B

Objectives :

Prerequisites

Registration details and fees

Early Registration: $950 + Prague School fee (until July 31th 2024)
Regular Registration: $1090 + Prague School fee

Each participant in the DNS course must pay an additional 80 euros to the Prague Rehabilitation School, the creators and owners of the DNS method.
The Prague school fees help to:. 

Please note that this payment is in addition to the course fee.

Please register with the local organizer below and pay the course fee, before paying the Prague School registration fee. When your fees at the Prague School are paid, confirmation of your registration will be automatically sent to the course organizer.

Please take also note that Prague School registration fees are not refundable.
Your online registration and payment of fees at the Prague School are required to attend a DNS course, receive the certificate of participation from the Prague school, take the DNS test (optional) and register for further advanced courses.     
When you register and pay, you will receive an automatic email with a link to download the course notes. If you do not receive this email within one hour of payment, please email info@rehabps.com and request the course notes. Hard copies will not be available on site.

 Prague School Fee Registration for​ Course-B

Instructor Jana Vesela

Jana Vesela, a physiotherapist at the Prague School and a certified instructor at Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization® (DNS), earned a master’s degree in physiotherapy from the Faculty of Physical and Sports Education at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, in 2006.
That same year, she began working at the Rehabilitation Clinic of the Charles Motol University Hospital in Prague, as a physiotherapist in both departments and as an outpatient, where she - under the direction of Prof. Pavel Kolar, PaedDr, PhD - applied DNS principles to treat patients (children, adults and geriatrics) with various diagnoses, disabilities and functional/structural problems.
Jana Vesela has lectured at seminars held at the clinic, led clinical workshops and facilitated internships for physiotherapy students and other medical professionals.
In 2009, she became an assistant DNS instructor and helped run DNS courses in the Czech Republic, Europe and Australia.
In 2011, she became a certified DNS instructor and led DNS courses worldwide, including in Europe and the Americas.
During her university studies, she played the ultimate Frisbee and participated in the mixed and women’s division. She is a multiple national champion of the Czech Republic in both divisions and 2007 European silver champion in the mixed division.
She has also been a physiotherapist for Czech Frisbee players, junior athletics and various sports professionals.

Other details

Video
Note on the video recording of the seminars:
Participants can film part of the course, but no material can be posted online. All video recordings may be used for personal purposes only and may not be broadcast in any way.
IN ADDITION, video recording of certain materials is strictly prohibited.

Distribution of learning material
Electronic materials will be distributed by the Prague Rehabilitation School.

Certificate of attendance
Upon completion of the course, an electronic attendance certificate will be sent to you.


Optional Exam
Participants who wish to participate in the educational stream to become a Prague Rehab School certified practitioner can take this exam for an additional fee payable to the Prague Rehab School.
The DNS test is fully automatic and online.
Upon successful completion of the test, a certificate of completion from the Prague Rehabilitation School will be awarded

Registration