Dr. Fowler has had the great fortune to study with the great Czech neurologists and manual medicine practitioners Karel Lewit, Vladimir Janda and Pavel Kolar. Nine times his studies with these inspiring doctors took him to Prague and dozens of additional times he studied with them in the states. These studies along with extensive testing led to full certification, diplomate status, in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS). In addition, Dr.Fowler has completed DNS programs in Exercise Rehabilitation and Pediatric Developmental Neurology achieving certification in each. The DNS conferences are attended by Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, Osteopaths, Ph.D.'s, and Medical Doctors invited from around the world joined together for the common purpose of improving their manual medicine skills.
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization is a perfect complement to Chiropractic, as it assesses stabilization and movement patterns and promotes an integration of muscle function allowing fewer chiropractic treatments to achieve a pain-free status and less maintenance ongoing. Like DNFT chiropractic, DNS is gentle and very powerful. There are youtube videos on the DNS site demonstrating the techniques and extensive descriptions and articles/research on the site as well. The link to this site is at the bottom of this page.
Prague is a beautiful city with many stone buildings that are centuries old. All throughout the historic sections of town are castles, palaces, and cathedrals. All the streets in the historic section are cobblestone and the sidewalks are quartz cubes placed in geometric patterns. The people are wonderful as is the food and beer.
The top picture is Prof. Pavel Kolar, Ph.D. (lab coat) and Alena Kobesova, MD (striped red shirt).The second picture is of Pavel, Zuzana Holubkova, PT, me, and my daughter Shannon in Prof. Kolar's office at the Motol Clinic in Prague.
If you would like to see additional pictures of Prague or have questions about the city, I would be happy to oblige you.
To find out more about Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) and the conditions it treats, click on the following site: