Visceral Dysfunction & Viscero-Somatic Patterns
New type of Rehabilitation Prague School course with Petr Bitnar, PT

© Copyright Viktor Kobes,Rehabilitation Prague School 1999 - 2018


Petr was a wonderful instructor, very skilled, and enthusiastic about the information he was teaching. I found it helpful that he repeated information and reviewed the previous concepts before introducing new skills. This helped me to learn the specific skills while keeping the big picture in view to see where each skill and assessment fit in the framework. I will be using these skills in my practice. Thanks you for coming to US, Petr!

The course was fantastic! We are so fortunate to have Petr Bitnar come to the US . He is a delightful presenter, so knowledgeable and he clearly enjoys sharing his skills.Thank you!! 

It was a great course. I am looking forward to studying from Petr in the future.

"The course was an 11/10 for me. It was superbly presented in a methodical and systematic manner. The large practical part of the 2 days was invaluable as was the ability to take video. I am still reviewing my video clips and imagine I will be continuing to so so for some time. Pass on my gratitude to Petr for a great hands on course."

Dr. James Grimmett, Canada 

Course objectives - DNS approach to:


Functional Assessment and treatment in:

Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease

Swallowing problems, globus, odynophagia


Non-specific abdominal pain

Functional sterility

Urinary and bowel incontinence

Postural assessment and treatment in chronic dysfunction of internal organs

Mobilization and soft tissue techniques in chronic dysfunction of internal organs

Systematic trigger point therapy and global reciprocal muscle inhibition

Peter's  original research just to be published in Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies - see article in press

Bitnar P, Kobesova A, Kolar P et al.
Leg raise increases pressure in lower and upper esophageal sphincter among patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease
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