Posts by Matt Hornung


RJ, Hannah and I traveled this past week to a steamy New Orleans, LA for the NSCA National Convention Conference. The conference was filled with CPTs ,CSCSs and ATCs stopping by to learn more about the Institute and the different courses we have. Many were interested in our new PRI Integration for Fitness and Movement course as a large majority of them work with sport teams or do gym/group training. Next year we will be heading to Houston for the NATA National Convention and Las Vegas for the NSCA National Conference.

Posted July 12, 2016 at 4:59PM

Hannah and I travled to Baltimore last week for the 2016 NATA Convention. We were able to talk to over 500 ATCs! It's so exciting to see PRI grow so much in the last couple years. Many people came up to us and said they had heard about us from blogs, different confrences or videos. We look forward to continue to grow with ATCs!

Posted June 30, 2016 at 1:59PM

This is the first video of a series that Ron will be doing on questions that course attendees have asked during courses. Each course we have asked the faculty members to write down a question that was asked so that we can help you grow your knowledge with some topics that can be tough to grasp. Ron will be doing these videos and written responses weekly.

Posted June 21, 2016 at 8:49PM

Are you attending the 67th Annual National Athletic Trainers’ Association Clinical Symposia & AT Expo in Baltimore, MD?

Be sure to stop by the PRI Booth in the expo hall  (booth #7116) to see Hannah and Matt. We will be giving away prizes along with a coupon card that can be used for 10% off of a primary course!

Posted June 21, 2016 at 4:43PM

We are so excited about our new PRI Hub! Below is a video tour if you weren't able to make it to Interdisciplinary Integration or Cervical Revolution. We can't wait to host you at a course soon! Our next course at the Institute is Myokinematic Restoration.

Posted May 18, 2016 at 6:50PM

Earlier this month, we hosted 90+ professionals from all around the world for our 8th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium. We were so excited to show off YOUR new PRI Headquarters building. Day one started off with Rachel Loveless, Au.D., CCC-A, who gave us a great knowledge base to build off of for the next two days off. After that Jennifer Bullock, PT, OCS, PRC shared a personal story with her and her children’s experience with Auditory Processing Disorder with great treatment recommendations. Valerie Dejean, OT gave her first talk about A.A. Tomatis and her experience in France learning from the otolaryngologist and some of the reasons that the Tomatis Method has had an incredible impact on her practice. Heidi Wise led off with how the ear determines where sound is coming from and how the visual and auditory processes are related. Our first day concluded with Rhonda Musak, a NYC based actress with her performance “Rhonda Badonda: The Adventures of a Girl with a Pain in her Brain” where she documented the struggles that she was going through before being treated by Valerie Dejean and the Tomatis Method. It was an amazing experience, and we were so luck to have found Rhonda (thorough Valerie Dejean).

Day two started off with Valerie building off her first talk and she talked about how to build a mind, the development of language and how learning and consciousness are intertwined, she also led the room in a chanting exercise. Ron Hruska talked next on Hyperacusis, Tinnitus and Misophonia, where he described that many patients who have tinnitus naturally habituate to it which is one of the reasons it can be so difficult to treat. In Ron and Heidi’s next talk; Rhythm, Resonance and Reverberation, they talked about how your body has its own vibration down to a cellular level and how rhythm helps us to breathe, effortlessly walk and rotate a rib cage. Matthew Uohara, CSCS, PRT talked about how to use sound to maximize performance, and he talked about how when he is coaching he will use specific words, consonants or vowels or the client’s name at different distances depending on what training response he is going for. Ron and Heidi finished the day with teaching the class how to correctly establish resonance usuing a kazoo and a couple of take home apps, techniques and music recommendations that they can use with their patients or clients. It was an incredible two days. We can't wait for next year! Yes, that's right.....we are hoping to do a PART II on this symposium in 2017 with the same line up as this year, so stay tuned for more details! This will be in addition to our 9th Annual Interdisciplinay Integration Symposium next April, which will have a new topic of interest that will be released in the next few months!

*Unfortunately with all the hub-bub going on with hosting for the first time in our new headquarters, we didn't get nearly as many pictures as we had hoped for, so these are just a few. We promise to get more next year!

Posted April 26, 2016 at 7:25PM
Categories: Courses

After our 2016 Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium we had a couple people who wanted to purchase kazoos that they used to establish resonance after Ron and Heidi's talk. You can now order them on our matierals page.

Posted April 22, 2016 at 8:06PM

We are now offering home studies online! Below will outline some of the things that are changing and the things that will be staying the same.

Whats changing:

  • Price: Online:$400 DVDs: $415 plus shipping
  • Manual: Online: Downloadable and Printable DVDs: Course manual will be shipped to you
  • Test: Online: You will fill out your test online and we will grade it and if you miss 8 or fewer send you a certificate DVDs: Test will be sent back with DVDs if you miss 8 or fewer send you a certificate
  • Location: International: Online only Domestic: DVDs or online

Whats staying the same:

  • Time: You will still have 21 days to complete the material
  • Content: The content is not downloadable from DVDs or online

Full details are listed on the course home study page.

Posted April 19, 2016 at 6:44PM
Categories: Courses

It has been March Madness in the PRI office lately! We have been preparing our new building, working on getting our home studies online and getting ready for the 8th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium. In celebration we will be giving away a free tuition for one of our online home studies for the person who gets the most number of Final Four teams correct (If there is a tie a random drawing will determine the winner). Your four teams must be in by 10am EST on Thursday March 17 to be entered. One guess per person. Go to our Facebook Page to enter.

Posted March 16, 2016 at 1:36PM

We recently recorded a video showing the effects that sound changing earbuds, a tone generator and a pitch changer can have on posture and PRI objective tests. All of these topics will be covered in 8th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium Sound Effects on Posture: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Enhance Sensory Processing. If you are interested in attending the symposium, don't wait to sign up! The early registration rate of $465.00 ends on March March 18th. CLICK HERE to register!

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Posted March 7, 2016 at 2:49PM
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