With only 10 weeks remaining before the start of DNS-B Boston, over half of our available seats are filled!
Remember: This course is limited to 30 people so once seats are filled the course is CLOSED.
View a presentation on Developmental Kinesiology and Postural Ontogenesis by the Prague School of Rehabilitation by clicking HERE.
Date: April 27, April 28, April 29, & April 30th 2013
Location: Boston MA, Campus of Northeastern University. Building TBA
DNS Course Requires Advanced Certification and skills and therefore is only available to the following Occupations: PT, MD, DO, DC, OT and ATC.
Interested attendees must scan and email or mail proof of their advanced certification to email@example.com send directly to: 200 Freeman Street, #2, Brookline MA 02446. After review you will be sent a link to register or you may choose to register by mail and send proof of certification with your registeration.
Clare C. Frank DPT, MS, OCS, FAAOMPT
Dr. Frank received her physical therapy degree from Northern Illinois University. She completed the Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Residency program in 1993 while working on her Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy at University of Southern California. She received her post-professional doctorate degree from Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, California 2004. She is a board certified specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy and a fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy. Her clinical career has been greatly influenced by Shirley Sahrmann PT, PhD, and the Prague School of Manual Medicine faculty, namely, the late Vladimir Janda MD, Karel Lewit MD, and Pavel Kolar PT, PhD.
Dr. Frank practices at a private clinic in Los Angeles, California. She has been instrumental in setting up the Movement Science Fellowship at Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles. She has served on the medical team for the 2009 World Figure Skating Championships in Los Angeles, as well as the injury prevention team for the Chinese Olympic Teams 2010/11. She currently teaches in the U.S. and internationally and has co-authored “Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalances: The Janda Approach”
Marcela Safarova PT, PhD
Dr. Safarova received her physical therapy training and completed her doctoral studies from Charles University. She is the head physiotherapist at Motol Hospital, a large teaching hospital associated with Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. Dr. Safarova specializes in the rehabilitation of the locomotor system. She is also a certified Vojta therapist and has trained and works with both Professors Pavel Kolar and Karel Lewit. She also serves as an adjunct lecturer for both medical physiotherapy students at the university. She currently serves as an instructor for Professor Kolar’s courses both in Prague and internationally