Posts by Bobbie Rappl

The newest book purchased by PRI is “Essentials of Facial Growth” written by Enlow and Hans.  This book covers the nasomaxillary complex, the neurocranium and foundation for the face, facial form and pattern, the plan of the human face, an overview of craniofacial imaging (especially if you are working or going to work with gnathic orthopedic minded dentists), and maturation of the orofacial neuromusculature.  We highly recommend this book!  You can purchase the book HERE!

Posted February 16, 2010 at 4:13PM

This month we are featuring Julie Hereford, DPT.  Julie will be presenting at the Rest Integration course on April 17th!  Julie will be teaming up with Dr. J. Paul Rutledge to cover sleep disorders!  To read about Julie, click here

Posted February 11, 2010 at 4:18PM
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Dental Integration

We are getting ready for our Dental Integration course being held here at PRI April 15th!  This course will be presented by Dr. Michael Hoefs, DDS and Ron Hruska, MPA, PT.  Upon the completion of this course, course participants should:

Understand the symptoms of craniofacial pain and the anatomical structures involved
Identify patients with craniofacial pain symptoms
Understand the relationship of craniofacial pain to posture
Have a better understanding of sleep disordered breathing /compromised airways and their relationship to posture, orthodontics and pain
Be able to integrate PRI techniques with dentists trained in the treatment of craniofacial pain, sleep disordered breathing and cranial osteopathy

If you have any questions surrounding this course, contact us!

Posted February 8, 2010 at 4:20PM

For those of you that have taken the Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration course, you will be happy to know we are updating the coloring section!  Although this area has served it’s purpose, we felt that we could really improve on this section!  We are excited to unveil this project at the next course in Virginia Beach, VA! 

Posted February 5, 2010 at 4:24PM
Posted February 3, 2010 at 8:05PM

We received a request from a therapist involved in a Pectus Carinatum clinic.  She asked us “which PRI activities would we use to treat Pectus Carinatum”.  We have formulated a list of our favorite activities:

Posted February 1, 2010 at 4:29PM

We received this email last week:

“I was looking through the Myokinematic Restoration course manual and came across an interesting piece of info with no reference.  On page 21, in the Myokinematic Influences On The Pelvis & Femur section, there is a sentence that states “Less than 3% of hip receptors are found to be excited by flexion and extension of the hip.”  Can you tell me where this info was referenced from?

Right HERE!  This article was one of the first articles used as a reference when teaching about Protonics.  We were excited someone asked about it!

Posted January 29, 2010 at 10:19PM

We received some feedback from one of the first Home Study Course Attendees.  “Great stuff!  I wish this was taught in PT school.  This “stuff” has not really made it’s way into Ohio or at least I have never came across a therapist that knows about this.  Missing piece of the puzzle!!”

We are excited to receive such positive feedback!  If you are interested in exploring the Home Study courses, contact us!

Posted January 27, 2010 at 10:22PM
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