DNS Basic Course A 課程大綱
★★★Basic A Course 課程大綱★★★
● Course attendees will have a clear understanding of:
• Developmental kinesiology basic principles; ontogenesis during the first year of life, relationship between early ontogenesis and pathology of the movement system in adulthood
• Primitive reflexes, postural activity, postural reactions: its importance in assessment, early identification of abnormal development
• Assessment of newborn and babies during the first year of life, developmental age determination, practical & video demonstration
• Assessment of spinal, chest and pelvic stabilization, assessment of breathing stereotype using the DNS tests. Advanced modification of the DNS tests, practical details in clinical evaluation. Practical demonstration of adult patients.
• Basic principles of reflex locomotion and its application within the DNS: RT1, RT2, RC and 1st position
• DNS therapeutic approaches training optimal sagittal core stabilization. DNS active exercise based on reflex locomotion principles and developmental positions. Review of the basic treatment positions demonstrated in course “A”, demonstration and practical workshop of advanced positions & modifications.
• How to integrate the DNS with other rehabilitation approaches: myoskeletal mobilization and relaxation techniques
• Cortical function & dyspraxia: assessment of body scheme; how to integrate cortical control within the DNS training.
• Patient’s education and DNS self-treatment.
• Parent’s education in proper baby handling
● Course attendees will possess:
• Skills to utilize basic and advanced tests to evaluate the stabilizing system of the spine and breathing stereotype
• Skills to integrate basic principles of reflex locomotion within the DNS techniques
• Skills to utilize advanced developmental positions in active treatment of the stabilizing system of the spine and in patient’s education
• Skills to determine developmental age and recognize signs of abnormal early development
• Skills to assess quality of cortical function
• Skills to integrate developmental principles within other rehabilitation approaches.
With the above knowledge and skills, the attendee should be able to clinically apply these principles for:
• Treatment of functional pathology of the locomotor system including vertebrogenic and radicular pain & painful syndromes resulting from chronic overload
• Treatment of functional pathology of the locomotor system resulting from poor early development.
• Proper handling of babies
★★★2021年3月Basic A Course三個班實際上課的情形
★★★Basic A course 教學進度與內容★★★
09:00~10:30 Basic Principles Developmental Kinesiology, Ontogenesis (I)
10:45~12:15 Basic Principles Developmental Kinesiology, Ontogenesis (Ⅱ)
13:30~15:30 Ideal and pathological models Stabilization of Spine, Trunk and Pelvis in Sagittal Plane, Breathing stereotype
15:45~17:00 Assessment principles Stabilizing system of the spine: DNS postural tests
09:00~10:30 Basic principles Basic postural stabilization assessment and treatment principles
10:45~12:15 Postural stabilization Basic supine positions corresponding with developmental positions assessment and treatment/self-treatment principles: theory and demonstration
13:30~15:30 Postural stabilization Basic supine positions corresponding with developmental positions: hands on workshop
15:45~17:00 workshop Postural stabilization : basic supine positions corresponding.With developmental positions: hands on
09:00~10:30 Assessment and treatment/self-treatment principles:Postural stabilization : basic prone positions corresponding with developmental positions theory and demonstration
10:45~12:15 Hands on workshop Postural stabilization : basic prone positions corresponding with developmental positions
13:30~15:30 Hands on workshop Postural stabilization: demonstration of higher positions corresponding with development between 3-4 months (Ⅰ)
15:45~17:00 Hands on workshop Postural stabilization: demonstration of higher positions corresponding with development between 3-4 months (Ⅱ)
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