With an all-star cast of faculty, organizers and participants, it wouldn't be difficult to say that the DNS program held at Athletes Performance - Arizona may be one of the best opportunities for the professional development of rehabilitation-based clinicians in North America.
Along with the medical staff members of several major league baseball teams, prominent and budding physical therapists and chiropractors, I was fortunate to attend the "C" course, where our knowledge of the system was tested, advanced and enhanced throughout this 4-day learning weekend. Because the "A" and "B" courses in this program form its foundation, this "C" course not only packages all the DNS principles together seamlessly, but also takes its principles to specific conditions whereby troubleshooting becomes much, much easier. Now because I am a big fan of learning principles over specific tools and methods, the following information will be based on some of the key points that resonated best with me. My apologies for those that are new to the DNS system and may not be familiar with some of the concepts below. Should this be the case, please check out my review of the "A" course here prior to moving forward.