Veronika qualified with a Master's Degree in Physiotherapy in 2010 from Charles University, 2nd school of Medicine. After qualifying as a physiotherapist, she took a clinical role at the physical Rehabilitation Clinic, University Hospital Motol. Where she held clinics at both the inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation departments for adults, treating people with various types of orthopaedic, neurological and post-traumatic diagnoses, including functional musculoskeletal problems. Working at the teaching hospital, Veronika was involved in the education of physiotherapy students, lecturing with a focus on functional assessment and practical manual skills.
Since October 2018 Veronika has been holding clinics as a physiotherapist at Professor Kolar’s private Centre of Movement Medicine located in Prague (http://www.cpmpk.cz).Utilizing the approach of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) for both rehabilitation and the improvement of sports performance, through the training of ideal motor stereotypes of the athlete.
Veronika's clinical practice with patients has been significantly influenced by the study of Fascial Manipulation according to Stecco, which she has been studying since 2017. Completed both training Level I and II, before progressing to a Masterclass course for solving musculoskeletal problems, and then in 2020 completing Level III training, which was focused on the treatment of internal dysfunction.
In the diagnosis and treatment of her patients clinically, Veronika currently utilises the principles of DNS in combination with fascial manipulation.
In 2022, Veronika completed a course in the Application of developmental kinesiology according to Vojta for movement disorders in adults.
Veronika has been involved in the teaching of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) courses since 2011. In the position of lecturer, she regularly teaches DNS courses in the Czech Republic and abroad. She is currently involved in the creation of DNS educational video programs (DNS group exercises) and the creation of DNS video materials for patients.