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New York City!!! Broadway musicals, Fifth Avenue, Lady Liberty and Finish Line Physical Therapy!!! I was there to teach Impingement & Instability and Michael Conlon PT saw to it that we were well taken care of. I&I is one of those classes from which many clinicians run but that was not the case since we had almost 50 professionals present on that great weekend. It was so nice to see Alicia Ferriere DPT. She is such a wonderful host who, together with the rest of the gang at Finish Line were enthusiastic attendees. I honestly look forward to seeing Alicia at certification in Lincoln, NE this December. I love the emphasis on neurology in I&I and the attendees in the course began to see that resolving various orthopedic issues must take a neurological approach. Consider that nearly all issues of impingement are really occurring by choice! Shocking eh? Want to hear more? Join me or Ron Hruska or James Anderson and buckle up for a deep dive into the rabbit hole! See you soon!!!

Posted August 18, 2017 at 8:59AM by
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The University of Louisville Athletic Center has an energy that just motivates you to want to perform. Home of the Cardinal's, the athletic staff including Teena Murray, Sean Smith, Chris Hays and the rest of the U of L athletics staff hosted Postural Respiration last weekend. Many thanks for the Louisville staff for hosting PRI. This was a group that was heavily weighted with strength and conditioning professionals not only from Louisville but from nearby training facilities as well. There were several DPT's and PT's that work in a hospital setting or private practice. Sarah Martin, DPT, PhD was lab assistant and was critical in making this weekend a success. One of the participants, Molly Binetti, works with Louisville Women's Volleyball and Superior T-4 Syndrome was a critical topic for her athletes as well as for Josh Kesel who is a strength coach for his pitching and performance practice for baseball pitchers. TOS, or thoracic outlet syndrome, was discussed regarding high performance athletes who compensate with scalenes and are prone to Superior T-4 Syndrome. One of the demonstrations of the manual Superior T-4 technique, to determine if Superior T-4 Syndrome exists, was performed for the group to see if a left apical chest wall deficit as opposed to the right existed. Left apical expansion was limited and a Right Subclavius Myosseous Restorative Technique to restore normal BC chamber function was provided with all PRI tests becoming neutral after this technique was provided. This individual in lab could have not been a better subject and it is always a welcomed outcome for the instructor! Even though this was a Postural Respiration course, PEC issues were discussed in detail for performance athletes and Mike Cantrell's article on Inferior T-8 syndrome is a must read for everyone. There are always PEC's who love extension for performance and one of the attendees benefited from a two person Infraclavicular Pump performed by Sarah Martin and I.

Posted August 16, 2017 at 10:14AM by

We are excited to announce the release of our newest Myokinematic Restoration online home study course! Ron Hruska, MPA, PT is the instructor for the newest version of this course, which has over 15 hours of content. Over the past year, our faculty and staff worked together to update the structure and flow of this course. The core material has not changed, however the layout of the course manual and how the material is presented has been updated based on your feedback. More detailed treatment algorithms for non-pathological Left AIC and pathological Left AIC patterned individuals are now included, along with Myokinematic Restoration Inhibition program considerations. We hope you enjoy the update!

If you completed the Myokinematic Restoration online home study course between January 1, 2017 and August 1, 2017, we would like to offer you 2 weeks complimentary access to this newer version. Please contact us to receive your complimentary access (you will not receive additional CEUs).  

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Posted August 7, 2017 at 10:24AM by
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As we approach the upcoming application deadline for our Postural Restoration Trained (PRT) credentialing program, we are excited to announce that we have added additional eligible certifications. PRT credentialing was established in 2011 for Athletic Trainers (with Certification through the BOC), Strength and Conditioning Coaches (with CSCS Certification through the NSCA or SCCC Certification through the CSCCa) as a way to recognize and identify individuals with advanced training, extraordinary interest and devotion to the science of postural adaptations, asymmetrical patterns and the influence of polyarticular chains of muscles on the human body as defined by the Postural Restoration Institute.

Annually, the PRI Board of Directors reviews certifications, evaluating their post-secondary education requirements, scope of practice standards, and continuing education requirements, in consideration for eligibility for our PRT credentialing program. Two years ago, Athletic Therapists (with Certification through the CATA) were added to the list of eligible candidates. Now eligible to apply for PRT: Certified Exercise Physiologists, Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologists, and Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologists (with Certification through the ACSM).

Postural Restoration Trained (PRT) applications are due annually on October 15th, and our next testing program will take place on January 8-9th, following the Impingement & Instability course in Lincoln. If you have any questions about the PRT application or testing process, please contact Jen.

Posted August 4, 2017 at 2:33PM by

James and I had an awesome weekend in the beautiful college town of Chapel Hill, NC this past weekend teaching PRI Integration for Fitness and Movement. The course was well represented with both attendees that never had attended a PRI course and others that were PRC/PRT certified. We had multiple states in attendance as well as sports medicine professionals from Japan, Australian, and Switzerland! Thank you all who traveled in and a special thank you to Alain Aguilar and Nina Walker and the UNC Sports Medicine Team and Ryan Holleman for Hosting! Amazing host site and our hosts’ attention to detail helped us and all the attendees was spot on to help make it an enjoyable weekend.

The PRI Fitness and Movement course is a jammed packed course committed to give the industry a fresh look at core performance strategies and help professionals understand key biomechanical relationships needed to coordinate core muscles and mechanics in various symmetrical and asymmetrical movement patterns. Our coordinated mobility with the diaphragm and thoracic posture is key to understand how some of the largest and powerful muscles in our human system work. These principles help us ground our systems to sense position to load with empowered core relationships and coordinate extensor strategies to optimize compound ground based training.  We want to encourage people to move often, move well, and maintain key mechanical relationships to breathe, rest, and rotate in their training. 

Four more host courses still available in 2017: Omaha in August, Denver in September, Minneapolis in October, and Frederick, MD in November. 

Posted July 31, 2017 at 9:02AM by
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