Look at the video sample:
This 66-minute video uses simple explanations to illustrate the basic principles of proper trunk stabilization. In a step-by-step manner, the DNS instructor clearly demonstrates and explains how to properly achieve optimal core stabilization and how to establish appropriate postures to begin each exercise. A special emphasis is placed on optimal respiratory stereotype training. Tips on how to recognize the most common exercise errors are described in detail. Exercises in basic development positions and their numerous modifications are explained and demonstrated from a variety of postures that include lying on your back, lying on your stomach, “hands and knees” position, bear, and squatting, as well as several variants of sitting, tripod, and high kneeling.
The system allows therapists to mark the exercise positions he/she wants to recommend to a specific patient and send a link depicting selected positions to the patient by e-mail.
The video is useful for patients with back pain who want to be able to perform self-treatment, as well as all therapists and trainers who use DNS and want to prescribe specific home exercises or for anyone who wants to personally exercise for back pain prevention.