Courses

Tomorrow is the Early Registration Deadline for our 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium being held in Lincoln on April 11-12th! To register with the early registration rate of $415.00, CLICK HERE! After Friday, the course tuition does increase to $445.00.

Also, please take note of the hotel recommendations below to ensure that you receive the special rates, as there is a cut off date for room reservations at these discounted prices!

Hotel Recommendations:

Courtyard Marriott Lincoln
808 R Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
Phone (402) 904-4800
Special rate of $119/night.  To reserve a room please request the group block under “Postural Restoration Institute”.  The cut off date for reservations is March 20th.  Features include: brand new hotel just 3 blocks from the course location (within walking distance), located in the Historic Haymarket, near several restaurants and shops, indoor pool and fitness center. 

Please note that the following two hotels would require transportation to and from the course. 
Comfort Suites by Choice Hotels
331 N Cotner Blvd
Lincoln, NE 68505
Phone (402) 325-8800
Special rate of $69/night. To reserve a room please request the group block under “Postural Restoration Institute”. The cut off date for reservations is March 30th.  Features include: shuttle transportation (please call Emily Gifford to make arrangements, shuttle space is limited), indoor pool and fitness center, and business center.

Chase Suite Hotel by Woodfin
200 South 68th Place
Lincoln, NE 68510
Phone (402) 483-4900 or toll free (888) 433-6183
Special rate of $79/night. To reserve a room in our block, please ask for Roxanne in the Sales Department. Features include: complimentary city wide van transportation (including transportation to and from course and airport – upon request).

Posted March 14, 2013 at 8:35PM
Categories: Courses

This week’s featured speaker for our 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium is Heidi Wise, OD, FCOVD. Dr. Wise graduated from Troy State University in 1994 with Bachelor’s degrees in both Math & Chemistry. She continued her education at Southern College of Optometry where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Doctor of Optometry degree in 1998.

Dr. Wise worked in primary care optometry before opening a private practice, PRI Vision in Lincoln, NE which focuses on expanded services including vision training, behavioral optometry and neuro-optometry integrating with the science of Postural Restoration®. These areas focus on helping children and adults gain better vision skills to maximize performance in school, work and while playing sports. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, Nebraska Optometric Association, College of Optometrists in Vision Development, and Heart of America Contact Lens Society. In 2011, Dr. Wise completed her fellowship in the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (FCOVD).

“Dr. Heidi Wise has devoted her professional career to understanding and changing how the visual system impacts human performance. She will enlighten you on how the visual system limits or enhances athletic performance in her two-hour talk, by changing the biomechanics behind a batter’s swing or a golfer’s concentration before a putt. Three key areas that are often not considered reflections of the visual system’s function and behavior include muscle lengthening and strengthening, breathing and the mental game. Should be an eye-opener.” - Ron Hruska

Early registration for the two day symposium on Athletic Performance ends this Friday! CLICK HERE to register!

Posted March 13, 2013 at 8:48PM
Categories: Courses Clinicians

We had another busy weekend of PRI courses! Despite another winter storm and a few travel delays getting home, the faculty reported a great weekend!

Pelvis Restoration (Salem, OR) - This past weekend in Oregon was amazing.  Approximately 10 individuals experienced their first PRI course!  What a fun and exciting time.  It was also rewarding to see “light bulb” moments going off for others who have attended other courses.  I feel “integration” was a key word this past weekend with how the Pelvis Restoration course integrates Postural Respiration and Myokinematic Restoration together.  Understanding how that polyarticular chain of muscle integrates the whole system.  It was an awesome weekend.  Thanks Salem Health for hosting us this past weekend! -Lori Thomsen

Myokinematic Restoration (Grand Rapids, MN) - Snow, cold, and northern Minnesota hospitality came together for another great PRI course! A group of PRI educated clinicians recruited their co-workers who had not taken an actual course but had seen Postural Restoration used clinically with good results.  Less time introducing PRI concepts allowed a lot of good clinical discussion on things like how to manage the Left AIC foot pattern and dynamic standing exercise activities. -James Anderson

Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration (Minneapolis, MN) - Karen and Carrie thank you for hosting the TMCC course this past weekend. I enjoy teaching this course so much, especially when the audience is multi-disciplinary (optometrist, dentists, ATC’s, PT’s and strength coaches) and they let me “jump around” to teach in an andragogical manner. Thanks! -Ron Hruska

Posted March 13, 2013 at 8:41PM
Categories: Courses

The University of Michigan Health System Continuing Education Program will be sponsoring Postural Respiration on April 27-28, 2013 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For more information about this course or to register, CLICK HERE!

Posted March 8, 2013 at 10:03PM
Categories: Courses

The 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium on April 11-12, 2013 has been approved by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists and NSCA Certified Personal Trainers attending this event will receive 1.5 CEUs. The two day symposium focused on “Athletic Performance” will feature 8 speakers from across the country. To learn more about this course and register, CLICK HERE!

Posted March 5, 2013 at 2:39PM
Categories: Courses

For those of you who know Ron pretty well or if you saw his Twitter posting yesterday, you have realized that he likes to know “What’s your story?” He enjoyed reading these recent emails this past week! Thanks for sharing!

I can’t tell you how excited I am by the work that you’ve done (and are doing), bringing together concepts and techniques from various disciplines, and building a unique and incredibly insightful approach to physical therapy examination, evaluation and treatment.  I realize that your work (as all of our work) is built on the shoulders of others, and I am not prone to hyperbole, nor have I ever had a hero; still, I am awed by the genius of your constructions.  I am reeling a bit from all of the information I have received in taking 3 of PRI’s courses in the last month, but everything I have learned has resonated strongly.  There are many patients who I haven’t been able to help, many more who I could never take to 100%, and I’ve always been very aware that I was missing something.  Though I have treated very few patients with the PRI approach thus far, I am convinced that this is the missing link.  I am a bit of a continuing ed junkie, have taken many hundreds of hours of courses (most of them excellent) and am in the process of completing my DPT degree, but I have never encountered coursework that was this inspiring.  It seems that you are grossly under-appreciated in the physical therapy world and I just want to thank you for all you have done and all you continue to do! 
- Carrie S.

All of you guys at PRI are amazing!  I hope that you know how important each of your roles is.  PRI is really changing the lives of countless individuals each and every single day.  It is not only the lives of the patients, but the family members and also the clinicians that are using this.  I, for one, was super frustrated with being a PT and was feeling pretty much like I was wasting my time before I fell into a PRI course.  It was the first course that Jen Poulin had taught and it literally has changed my life. I know that it is easy to get bogged down in our daily lives and our work and to feel like what we are doing is just ‘work’ or doesn’t impact people, but it does. - Lori S

Posted March 1, 2013 at 2:51PM
Categories: Courses Clinicians Science

For those of you registered for the Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium in Lincoln, Nebraska on April 11-12, please note that we have MOVED the course location from the Postural Restoration Institute to the Grand Manse in downtown Lincoln.  If you are registered, and have not received a confirmation letter for this course…please contact us!  Can’t wait to see you in the spring!

Posted February 28, 2013 at 3:08PM
Categories: Courses

Maryland Sports Care and Rehab in Urbana, MD hosted Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration this past weekend. With 28 attendees, this was our largest Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration course in the past couple years! Here’s what Ron had to say about his weekend in Maryland:

“I always become energized when I present information relating to temporal-mandibular-cervical-cranial function. Each of these regions have direct influence on the others and I believe this particular class reinforced the clinical issues that occur when temporal, cervical and mandibular function are influenced by cranial or sphenoid orientation. Genioglossus (tongue) activity was well-received and therefore, will be updated and reinforced in future courses. I want to thank all the attendees in the course, especially the two dentists who joined us, and the fabulous host site for a wonderful weekend!” - Ron Hruska

Posted February 27, 2013 at 3:17PM
Categories: Courses

This week’s featured speaker for our 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium is John Cook. Cook is entering his 13th season as the head volleyball coach at the University of Nebraska –Lincoln. Prior to becoming the head coach at Nebraska, he was the head coach at the University of Wisconsin. Cook also has Olympic and championship experience in his coaching resume. During his tenure at Nebraska, I have had the opportunity to work with John and his team as the Biomechanical Consultant for the University of Nebraska Volleyball team.

“What goes on behind any successful athletic program is leadership. For the last 13 years, I have had the good fortune to work with John Cook, his coaches, support staff, and the team of individuals that have made the volleyball athletes he develops well-rounded, disciplined and ‘complete’. John’s passion for interconnectivity will ‘fire up’ the course attendees on the morning of the second day. Get your seat early!”

Posted February 25, 2013 at 3:25PM
Categories: Courses Athletics

Mike Cantrell was the only speaker on the road this past weekend, teaching Postural Respiration in Richmond, VA. Speaker Jennifer Poulin will head back to Richmond this year June 8-9 to teach Pelvis Restoration!

“Richmond was excited to receive Postural Respiration and the group on the whole was fully engaged with lots of questions throughout the weekend!” - Mike Cantrell

Posted February 19, 2013 at 3:33PM
Categories: Courses
First ... 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 ... Last

Products

CD Bundles
Non-manual Techniques
Manual Techniques DVD
Manual Techniques
Illustrations
PRIVY
PRI Video for You