Coronavirus / COVID 19 Update (Last Updated June 7, 2022)

We continue to monitor information that is being released by the CDC, individual states' Department of Health & national and state government officials regarding the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Please read our updated COVID Safety Measures if you are planning to attend a live course (in-person) in 2022, to learn more about the safety measures and mask policies that are still in effect. You will be informed via email if you are attending a course at a location that has a mask mandate in effect. Currently, Lancaster county in Nebraska DOES NOT have a mask mandate in effect, therefore masks are optional when attending courses at the Postural Restoration Institute in Lincoln, Nebraska.

All live stream courses are held in Lincoln, NE and have limited seating available for live (in-person) attendees.

Please visit each course page for the full schedule of live (in-person) and live stream courses for 2022. We make decisions regarding the cancellation of future courses no later than the 4 week deadline. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us directly at 888-691-4583. We also have online home study courses available for all three primary courses. Live stream courses are limited to 100 attendees on Zoom. Upcoming live stream (with limited in-person attendance) courses include:

Myokinematic Restoration - July 9-10th
Postural Respiration - August 6-7th 
Impingement & Instability - August 13-14th 
Voice Box Resonation - August 26-27th (Fri/Sat)
Cervical Revolution - September 10-11th
Pelvis Restoration - October 8-9th 
Occlusal Cervical Restoration - October 14-15th (Fri/Sat)
Postural Respiration - October 29-30th 
Forward Locomotor Movement - November 11-12th (Fri/Sat)
Myokinematic Restoration - November 19-20th
Advanced Integration - December 8-11th 

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Dynamic Life Therapy & Wellness is a private wellness clinic in Columbus, Nebraska offering PT, OT, massage therapy and fitness and yoga classes. We are seeking a Physical Therapist to join our team. We are an award-winning clinic for our excellent patient outcomes practicing innovative, progressive care. We have a strong clinical team specializing in Postural Restoration to keep our patients healthy at home and in the workforce. We believe in one-on-one patient centered care individualized to each patient’s needs and abilities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Providing interpretation of prescriptions, performing an initial evaluation, and establishing a treatment plan with functional goals and treatment progression with discharge planning documented in a timely, compliant manner using web based EMR

• Periodic communication to physicians

• Supervision of PTA when applicable

• Responsible for establishing and developing professional relationships with referral sources and the community including, but not limited to, physicians, PAs, occupational therapists, chiropractors, case managers, community service groups, etc.

• Complete all licensing and compliance standards as required

Expectations:

• Great patient care and service

• A positive, self-motivated attitude

• Lifelong learner and educator

• A passion for your profession and your patients

We offer:

• Competitive salary

• Paid CEUs and training

• No weekends or holidays

• Retirement and disability insurance benefits

If you are looking for a friendly, flexible workplace that is invested in helping you be the PT you want to be, we look forward to visiting with you. Preference for a therapist trained in Postural Restoration but willing to train. Please apply through whatever means you found this ad. More information about our clinic at dynamiclifetherapy.com.

Work Remotely: No

Job Type: Full-time or Part-Time

Pay: $35.00 - $45.00 per hour

For more information, please email livewell@dynamiclifetherapy.com

Posted July 6, 2022 at 8:45AM by

LICENSED PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT – IMMEDIATE JOB OPENING IN WARNER ROBINS, GEORGIA
**Now Accepting Applications from New Grads, Upcoming Grads, and Clinicians with Previous Experience**

The Cantrell Center for Physical Therapy & Wellness became Postural Restoration Certified Center in 2008 and we are the only Postural Restoration Certified Facility in the state. We’re proud to have served Middle Georgia and the community at large as an independently owned clinic and wellness facility for over 30 years!

What makes the Cantrell Center a great place to work?
We are a collaborative environment, where patient care is paramount and each team member’s gifts and experiences blend to create an atmosphere of integrity and encouragement. As part of our team, you will work side-by-side with like-minded and dedicated colleagues, while enjoying the opportunity to build your own career.

We believe every patient has unique needs and concerns and those are best addressed one-on-one. NO COOKIE-CUTTER treatments.

Located in Warner Robins, Georgia, the Cantrell Center is located in the Middle of the state! Just a quick drive to Atlanta or the beach, Warner Robins offers convenience to any interest without the crime rate and elevated costs of a larger city.  Visit the website of Robins Regional Chamber for more information about the city of Warner Robins.

WE OFFER:
- A Work/Life Balance
- Outstanding work environment
- Commitment to clinical excellence
- Team atmosphere
- Ethical standards
- Constant training and learning
- An excellent mentoring program for new hires – especially for new grads
- Competitive salary and benefits package

To learn more about why our staff of 30+ calls the Cantrell Center "home", connect with us online:
•  LinkedIn
•  Facebook
•  Instagram
•  Learn about our Annual Cantrell Center 5K & Fun Run

If you would like more information or are interested in setting up a time to shadow and interview, please send your resume and cover letter to Jen Zamora at pr@cantrellcenter.com.

Posted June 30, 2022 at 1:32PM by

Huntington Beach was the location of the California Chiropractic Association’s (CalChiro) annual sports symposium on May 21-22. There were a wide range of topics including shoulder diagnosis to sports psychology to treating Marfan’s patients and then on to several approaches of functional movement specialties for rehabilitation and sport performance in a chiropractic practice.


I had the privilege of representing the Postural Restoration Institute and the topic presented was on the “The Two Roles of the Diaphragm in Chiropractic, Rehabilitation and Sport Performance”. This topic with lecture and lab had an enthusiastic response and many of the attendees that had taken a PRI course before were “fired up” to learn more. Those who had never heard of PRI or were unfamiliar with our approach were very curious to learn more especially regarding the thoracic diaphragm, breathing in sport performance and pelvic floor dysfunction.


This was the first time PRI was represented along with DNS and SFMA in the same venue at a chiropractic symposium. I got to know Michael Rintala, D.C. who teaches for DNS and Greg Rose, D.C. who developed the SFMA and it was a pleasure to get to know these two highly dedicated and competent practitioners on a personal and professional level.

 
I was more than thrilled to represent PRI to progressive chiropractors open to having an integrated practice approach. It was also a thrill to have Drs. Rintal and Rose in attendance to share more of what PRI can offer regardless of one’s practice approach. I enjoyed learning more about DNS and refreshing my knowledge of the SFMA. In addition, this weekend was a treat for me to see my colleagues and friends Drs. Richard Cheung and Jeff Tucker who were both, in part, responsible for my journey into PRI certification and ultimately into becoming a faculty member. I will always be grateful for their support.


And last, this past weekend was the 10th anniversary of taking my first PRI course, Postural Respiration, and what a meaningful journey it has been!       

Posted June 29, 2022 at 3:36PM by
Categories: Science

It is not often that almost an entire group of course attendees are not only new to PRI but nearly the entire group is new to Postural Respiration. In addition, a large number of the course attendees where affiliated with the host site and staff at the University of California at Davis sports medicine department. The combination of new course attendees and the cohesive group from UC Davis made for an entire group experience that this faculty member will remember for a long time!


Respiration is the heart and soul of PRI and how we manage pressure sense neurologically is a post graduate subject that this group new to PRI grasped immediately.  For new students there where questions through out the weekend that re-enforced all of the concepts of this course and the basics of PRI.  Everyone of us can remember their first course and how daunting a "paradigm shift" can be.  This group of students shared this shift in a step-by-step journey into the wonders of this course where it appeared that all were pulled along by each other in this endeavor to learn.  Was it and is it always daunting for new students to be introduced to PRI for the first time or to a new course?  Yes but the energy and attention held throughout the weekend was impressive to say the least!  And, the UC Davis team now can share, practice and grow in their PRI journey together to provide care to their athletes and each other.  I look forward to returning to Davis one day and to see this community of professionals grow in taking all of the primary courses and moving on to secondary and tertiary courses in the future.  Thank you much to Melissa, Sammatha, Doug, Lisa and the entire UC Davis Sports Medicine Team for hosting. 

Posted June 16, 2022 at 4:35PM by
Categories: Courses Science

I always like travelling back to the Northeast especially when I get a chance to teach in Boston. This trip was extra special as I was able to bring my girls and husband with me for the weekend and a little extended getaway for me! The girls have grown up with PRI and it is fun to watch them (not medical) be able to identify a pattern in the way someone walks!

I had the pleasure of mentoring one of our new faculty members Jason Miller. Jason and I taught the course together. Even though the Celtics did not win on Sunday night, I'd say his performance was a slam dunk. This class was not much different demographically speaking from most Myokinematic of the Hip and Pelvis that I have taught over the years. Most attendees were taking their first course and some had taken multiple. The cool part was everyone had some exposure to the science and were eager to learn the why behind what we were doing with the PRI methods. We explored patterns, how it changed position and could result in pain or decreased performance. Speaking of performance,  I was also fortunate to have Eric Menchi as a lab assist. Eric has been around PRI for awhile and was able to provide insight as to how he applies PRI science with his personal training clients. Jae from Northeatern also spoke to the application of the Northeastern Athletes in both the training room and how they integrate with the strength and conditioning staff.


Let me say this to those that are struggling. The struggle is real and PRI is not an easy science. It makes you think long and hard about what your patient is doing and how they are compensating whether that is good or bad. It is our mission to help our patients clients and athletes to better movement with less pain and of course better function! This course provides the new learner a gateway to apply and progress following algorithms that have stood the test of time. It was pleasure to mentor Jason and teach a room full of enthusiatic learners the science of PRI and yes, I did my best to stay on topic with the hip!

Posted June 13, 2022 at 4:18PM by

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