DNS Movement Flow/Preperation for the Athlete

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

Movement Preparation for the Athlete

Skills Course with Michal Truc, P.T. 

April 13-14, 2019

 Stanford University 

Stanford, California 

Michal Truc, PT

DNS Movement Preparation - 

We will be exploring the utilization of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) and the developmental uprighting sequence to prepare for the specific demands of sport. 

We will be featuring the DNS flow sequences and active exercises specific to the individual athletic needs - Applying load to the developmental sequencing positions in order to facilitate the utilization of the Integrated Stabilizing System of the Spine - Using the Kettlebell and other forms of load. 

Utilization and application of the developmental sequence in order to rehabilitate and prepare the body to move efficiently as possible for Training, Rehabilitation and Performance.

*Space is Limited for this highly interactive course*

Prior DNS Course work is required for this course (DNS Exercise 1, DNS A) due to the focus on integration and application in order to help the DNS practitioner move towards mastery of applying the concepts and principles of DNS. 


Michal Truc, P.T.:

Since 2003 Michal been appointed team clinician for the Czech National Cross-Country Skiing Team and Czech National Hockey Team. Michal has been functionally evaluating and treating elite athletes on a daily basis, as well as, traveling with the teams for International World Championships and Olympic Games. In his work with professional athletes Michal focuses on treatment, prevention and enhancement of sport performance. 

Michal Truc closely works under Professors Pavel Kolar’s supervision, becoming an expert in the Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization approach. He acts as certified instructor in Developmental Kinesiology and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization since 2001. He has been teaching the DNS courses in Czech Republic, Slovakia and other European countries, Japan and North America.

Michael Rintala, D.C.:

Dr. Rintala has been part of the Professional Golf Association (PGA) Tour Sports Medicine Team since 2004. He is also a treating doctor for the World Surf League (WSL) and a wide variety of other organizations ranging from Dance to Action Sports. 

Dr. Rintala is one of the Prague School of Rehabilitation Primary international Instructors teaching Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) in the United States. He is also a DNS Certified Exercise Trainer (DNSET).

4-5 month DNS

For Course information please contact:  [email protected]


Stanford University Sports Medicine
341 Galvez Street
Stanford CA 94305

Map Link to - Stanford Sports Medicine

Course Hours:

Saturday 9am-5pm

Sunday 9am-4pm

Course Fee's and Registration Instructions:

The course fee is: 

$550 for early bird registration before March 1, 2019

$650 After March 1, 2019

*In addition, there is a fee of 80 Euros (~90 US dollars) for the Prague School, which goes towards research. You MUST sign-up on the Prague School website first. Follow the link below:

*Due to the expense involved in hosting this event and hosting the presenter from the Prague School, all registration payments are considered final, and will not be refunded except under special circumstances.

Course Payment Options


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