Just returned from the Sunshine State where I enjoyed a weekend with a warm group of mostly Floridian movement scientists discussing acetabular-femoral position's effect on laterality and the ability to enjoy balance in gait for the full gamut of athletes--seated to high flying. Thoroughly enjoyed the discussions about integrating PRI primary course principles into all populations, treating forwardly rotated coxal bones with triplanar effectiveness, and application of specific, appropriate techniques.
Thank you South Lake Hosptial's Lynn Rizzo for your energy and passion for a career rejuvenated with PRI principles to serve your patients better. Thank you Megan Bollinger for your first class lab assist and for the opportunity to meet your husband. Thank you Mary Jo Murphy for your engaging discussion regarding application of PR regarding compliance, to Hector Cabezas, Courtney "Co" Stearn and Bergi Dixon and Christian Marks for your engaging attitudes and questions throughout. Thanks Alphonso Jones, Jeff Banfield, Martin Ramiz and Will Zihlman for helping showcase particular neuromechanical patterned tendencies during our lab.
On a weekend where most participants had been through a couple weeks of significant change prior to and following Hurricane Irma, I felt nothing but welcomed by all course participants during a weekend that passed like a blink! Thanks Orlando, looking forward to PRI nation flourishing in your region!