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Are you interested in hosting a PRI course in 2014? I am still in the process of planning the 2014 course schedule, and there are several dates still available! If you are wanting to host, please contact me as soon as possible or fill out the Host A Course form online!

Posted July 22, 2013 at 3:56PM
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James Anderson, MPT, PRC has been busy putting together the first PRI Affiliate Course, PRI Integration for the Home Health Clinician. This course will be held twice this fall at the following locations. To register, please call us at 888-691-4583. Registration is not currently available online, but will be soon!

August 25-26th, 2013
Salem, OR
First Call Home Health

October 19-20th, 2013
HealthEast
Woodbury, MN

“One of the differences that I’ve found in moving from outpatient to home health is that function is all that really matters.  Of course function matters in outpatient and may have been a part of our outpatient goals, but decreasing pain and restoring movement seemed to be at the top of our list.  If you decrease pain and restore movement in home health and do nothing else, its not going to get paid for.  You cannot just decrease pain if you don’t demonstrate objective progress in specific functional areas like gait, transfers, bed mobility and balance.  I know I learned that in school, but it was never really enforced for me in three previous outpatient settings until I made the move to home health.  And because home health therapists practice this way, the entire course is built around making functional progress in each of these 4 areas.” - James Anderson

Posted July 10, 2013 at 4:36PM
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Three recently scheduled courses for 2013 have been added to our website!

Postural Respiration
Lincoln, NE
September 27-28, 2013

Myokinematic Restoration
Des Moines, IA
October 4-5, 2013

Myokinematic Restoration
New York City, NY
October 5-6, 2013

If you are interested in attending, register now!
I will also be starting to plan the 2014 course schedule in the next week, so please contact me or fill out a host form if you are interested in hosting!

Posted June 3, 2013 at 8:57PM
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Bartlett, IL (Postural Respiration) - It was a pleasure to integrate all weekend with so many rehab professionals who are used to an integrated model of practice. A big thanks to Joel Anderson and also Pat, Mike and the entire staff at Olympia Chiropractic and Physical Therapy for being great hosts and for being so open to incorporating new ideas into what already started out as interdisciplinary practice model. Anita Panagiotis, PRC was a great assistant in the manual lab and throughout the course! Thanks for bringing your daughter Noelle to her first PRI course while she is still a student.  Loved having her. - James Anderson

Minneapolis, MN (Impingement & Instability) - It rained in Minnesota! So the entire class (that included several PRC therapists) was glad to be indoors. Enthusiastic questions and paradigm shifting each hour had the class room quaking as the thunder rolled. By Sunday afternoon we realized that the primary rainfall came in the form of information pouring down. So the lightning may have been electrical, but knowledge is power! - Mike Cantrell

Posted May 22, 2013 at 9:46PM
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Ron recently read this excellent article in the spring 2013 issue of the International Journal of Orthodontics. This article has been added to the reference material for the Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration course, and Ron utilized it when discussing the importance of the tongue in this past weekend’s course in Cary, NC.

To give you some insight of this article, here is one of the (many) sentences that Ron highlighted when reading this article:
“Every dentist needs to know what has caused the malocclusion that he is going to treat. In other words, one has to know the muscles, structures, attachments, forces, balances, imbalances, resting and swallowing tongue positions.”

This article is an excellent read for anyone interested in Postural Restoration and integrating with dentists or orthodontists in their community. As Ron mentions in the Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration course, the tongue is the best orthotic we have. This article discusses in depth tongue resting position and tongue swallowing positions and how the tongue influences the development of malocclusions.

Loudon, ME. The origin and development of malocclusions. When, where and how dental malocclusions develop. Int. J. Orthodontics. 2013; 24(1):57-65.

CLICK HERE to receive information on receiving this article. 

Posted May 9, 2013 at 3:31PM
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Bemidji, MN (Postural Respiration) - “A great group of clinicians here in Northern Minnesota. One of our largest courses of the year with PTs, PTAs, OTs, an OT student, an RN, ATCs, a CSCS, a DC/ATC, a Neuro-Optometrist, and a Radiation Oncologist.  Grateful to have a physician attend a PRI course to appreciate how a ZOA and proper diaphragmatic breathing mechanics can be used to spare the heart from excessive radiation exposure during cancer treatments.  Thanks Kris and Megan for doing such a good job fostering the science of PRI in Bemidji!” - James Anderson

Cary, NC (Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration) - “The course this past weekend in North Carolina allowed me to reflect on how powerful the sphenoid is in “expanding” our worlds of respiration and cervical & cranial function. A big thank you to all the course attendees who allowed me to passionately demonstrate the power of a repositioning bone that controls our facial organization, vascular flow to our brain, thermal regulation of our body, our hormonal balance and our cervical orientation…...our sphenoid. Thanks Josh and Katie for hosting a great course!” - Ron Hruska

Posted May 8, 2013 at 3:39PM
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In the Round Rock, TX area? The deadline for the Myokinematic Restoration course, taught by James Anderson June 8-9, 2013, is this Friday, May 10th. If you are interested in attending, register now!

Posted May 6, 2013 at 3:42PM
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It’s ready!  The Pelvis Restoration Home Study course will be arriving to our office tomorrow.  You can register for the course now and we will get it shipped out the beginning of next week.  Register HERE or contact us!

Posted May 2, 2013 at 3:46PM
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Stillwater, MN (Myokinematic Restoration) - “I knew it was going to be a great course in Minnesota this weekend when I saw this vintage Yellow VW sitting in the parking lot on my way into The Courage Center. For those of you who haven’t taken a course from myself or Mike Cantrell, the Yellow VW represents the Left AIC pattern. If you are not looking for the pattern, you don’t see it. Likewise with Yellow VW’s. I now see them everywhere I go! They are everywhere. I was equally excited when Lindsay a “first timer” shared with me her Yellow VW sighting on Sunday afternoon!  The majority of clinicians that spent their weekend with me were mostly taking their first course. They hung in there with me and my lab assistant Sidney. Both Sidney and I enjoyed passing the PRI baton off to this great group of clinicians. The more I teach, the more impressed I am with new students filling our classes and being excited to learn more.” - Jen Poulin

Boston, MA (Postural Respiration) - “Boston was beautiful in the spring. The trees were blossoming and so was PRI. So many eager attendees were there and we had a great time! Is this going to be the new haven for PRI? Thanks Donna for helping bring PRI to Boston! - Mike Cantrell

Ann Arbor, MI (Postural Respiration) - “A beautiful weekend in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan. Great mix of PT, PTA, ATC, OT, DC, CSCS, Athletic Performance Professionals, Music Instructors and Women’s Health Professionals. Lots of fun discussing how reciprocal thoracic function relates to each one of these disciplines and allows success with a wide variety of patient goals. Hail to the Victors!” - James Anderson

Posted May 1, 2013 at 3:57PM
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I have received some emails and questions regarding the squat with correct respiratory mechanics. This is discussed and explained in the Pelvis Restoration course. I am excited that people have the desire to understand the integration between the respiratory and pelvic diaphragms. I hope the attached document, The Squat and Respiration will help clear up any confusion. If not, please let me know.

Posted April 29, 2013 at 4:03PM
Categories: Clinicians Courses
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