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Seminars


Dynamic
Neuromuscular
Stabilization

18 contact hours approved by ProCert, a program of FSBPT, BOC & California Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

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Clare with Drs. Pavel Kolar
and Alena Kobesova


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Participants practicing rolling
in the triple flexion position

“Clare Frank’s knowledge and ability to teach the fundamentals of DNS are second to none. She has helped our staff understand how to assess deficiencies, develop a strategy for correcting those deficiencies and also understand how to progress our athletes through various levels of DNS exercises.

“Clare is a unique individual with her thought process but more impor­tantly her ability to teach separates her into an elite class. I highly recom­mend her seminars.”

Ken Crenshaw
Head Athletic Trainer
Arizona Diamondbacks Baseball


The nervous system establishes programs that control human locomotion, which is comprised of posture and movement. This “motor control” is largely established during the first critical years of life.

Based upon the principles of neurodevelopmental kinesiology, i.e., the neurophysiologic aspects of the maturing movement system on which the Prague School was established, the scope of clinical rehabilitation options for many of our neuro-musculoskeletal patients has been expanded. The DNS approach involves every component of the movement system (i.e., muscles, joints, discs, nerves, and soft tissue) by stimulating movement control centers in the brain through activation of ideal inborn movement stereotypes. This, in turn, helps restore the structural and postural alignment of the body’s neuro-musculoskeletal system by evoking the global motor patterns.

Global motor patterns form the foundation of human movement and represent genetically predetermined elements for uprighting. These patterns are essential for control of posture and stability of the spine—the pivotal center of the entire movement system through the life of the individual. This complex approach is exciting and “cutting-edge” as it provides a window into the complexity and plasticity of the CNS and its effect on the musculoskeletal system and vice-versa.

Participants to these courses will be introduced to these complex approach and methods. For more information on this approach, please visit www.rehabps.com.

Target Audience: Licensed Medical Professionals (PT, DC, OT, ATC, MD, DO)

COURSE A

Dates: Sept 8 - 10, 2017
Location:   Mount St Mary’s University, Los Angeles, CA (Doheny Campus)
Instructor:   Clare Frank, DPT
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Dates: Jan 19 - 21, 2018
Location:   Mount St Mary’s University, Los Angeles, CA (Doheny Campus)
Instructor:   Clare Frank, DPT
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Dates: Sept 7 - 9, 2018
Location:   Mount St Mary’s University, Los Angeles, CA (Doheny Campus)
Instructor:   Clare Frank, DPT
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COURSE B

Dates: April 21 - 23, 2018
Location:  
Movement Performance Institute, Los Angeles, CA
Instructor:   Clare Frank, DPT, and Magdalena Lepsikova, MPT
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COURSE C

Dates: April 27 - 29, 2018
Location:   Mount St Mary’s University, Los Angeles, CA (Doheny Campus)
Instructor:   Clare Frank, DPT, and Magdalena Lepsikova, MPT
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Clare facilitating thoracic rotation
on Koichi Sato at a DNS course

“I’d like to thank Clare Frank for guiding me through Vladimir Janda’s functional approach and Pavel Kolar’s DNS approach, which helped integrate the concepts into my own practice. They made my rehabilitation and performance training programs holistic and efficient so I can quickly assess and deliver what my athletes need. And I can count on the outcomes.

“Clare understands where participants are in their learning progression and conducts the course so no one is left behind. I highly recom­mend her as an instructor and clinician.”

Koichi Sato MS, ATC
Director of Sports Performance
Minnesota Timberwolves Basketball

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Clare guiding a participant using a CLX theraband in a modified stance position

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Clare challenging the stability
of a Chinese athlete