I thoroughly enjoyed my weekend with an integrated group of clinicians at One on One Physical Therapy in Atlanta Georgia. I taught Pelvis Restoration for the first time since we updated the material to use the HABLT vs. the HADLT for progression of treatment. The test surely is a better assessment tool for the frontal plane of proximal pelvic control. My course attendees were almost an even split of those that were sitting in their first PRI course and those that were very experienced with the science. There were many questions and scenarios discussed and I of course love sharing my clinical pearls to help course attendees understand how to integrated PRI into their treatment plans.
My hostess was fantastic! Karen Warren and her colleagues were gracious and she is excited about hosting future PRI classes! I was joined by Kristen Spencer and Adrian Baker as my lab assistants. These ladies did a great job helping the class during lab and supporting me this weekend. It is always fun to have my friend Liz Caughey, DDS in a PRI class. So cool that she as a dentist wants to understand PRI science as it relates to everything other than just teeth. This lady is so cool. A special shout out to Henry Pursner for making sure my technology was working and my coffee cup was always full. I was well taken care of this weekend.
On a personal note, my heart goes out to all of those recently affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. I was fortunate to be able to stay with my sister Jacki and her family this weekend as they reside just north of the perimeter in Alpharetta! I was able to fly out of Atlanta on Monday am just before Irma unleashed on Atlanta! I did get home in time to watch my daughter play her cross county rivalry Volleyball game. They came back after being down 0-2 and in the third set 19-24 to win in 5 sets of Volleyball!!