Kasey received her Masters and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch in 2008 and 2009 respectively. She began her career in the outpatient orthopedic world in 2009 in Fort Worth, Texas. She was first introduced to the concepts of the Postural Restoration Institute® working at a clinic in Austin alongside two Postural Restoration Certified (PRC) clinicians. After taking her first course, Myokinematic Restoration, the excitement and passion for learning about the influence of autonomics, asymmetry and polyarticular chains of the muscles on the human body began. In 2016, she earned the designation of PRC with hopes to dedicate her future career to helping patients and others be able to experience the positive effects that PRI has brought to her life and her community.
Kasey opened her own practice, PRISM, in 2014 with one of the main goals to be interdisciplinary integration with PRI concepts. She works with dentists, orthodontists, an optometrist, chiropractors, psychologists, and an athlete enhancement development group in Texas regularly. Integration between disciplines is what she enjoys the most, utilizing PRI science and techniques for the betterment of her patients. She is continually fascinated by how autonomics, respiration, and asymmetrical postural adaptations influence human behavior and patterns. She is continually thankful for the Postural Restoration Institute® and the impact it has made and will continue to make in the future of healthcare.
- Body Psychology & Postural Restoration (PRI) (Move Your Brain Move Your Body Podcast)
- How Your Bite Affects Your Life - Using PRI to Help People Feel Better & Move Better (Move Your Brain Move Your Body Podcast)
- A Discussion About PT School vs. Postural Restoration with Neal Hallinan
- A Discussion on PRI Patterns, Pro Athletes, Rotational Movements, and Movement Variability with Neal Hallinan