Tali Duer grew up in Israel and received her Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from Ben-Gurion University in 1989.
Throughout her career, Tali has expanded her expertise through a series of specialized post-graduate studies in the area of manual therapy and sports therapy medicine rehabilitation .
Tali has passion for movement evaluation and assessment . Her interest in the neuromuscular system and its relationship with musculoskeletal pain syndromes and dysfunction continues with ongoing education of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization , DNS , approach that developed by Dr. Pavel Kolar from Prague School of rehabilitation.
Tali is a board certified specialist in Orthopedic physical therapy (OCS) and also certified DNS exercise trainer, DNSET.
Tali once owned a well-known clinics in Israel practicing neurological, orthopedic and sports rehabilitation in addition to pediatric treatment based on Vojta method . She was also part of the academic staff at Wingate Institute Coaching School from 2000-2002 as a lecturer in Orthopedics and Sports Injuries.