The Impingement and Instability PRI Course is one of my favorite courses to relate PRI concepts with actual course attendee’s multiple interests and perspectives. It is also a wonderful course to establish relationships through similar mindsets and settings. The University of Arizona host site is a perfect place for this type of activity to take place. There were a number of people with different perspectives, interests and mindsets to make this course so beneficial for everyone in attendance, as well as, to appreciate reference integration reasoning from different pre- designed perspectives and pre-established relationships.
Brittany Cline PT, DPT,ATC , Bruce Johnston ATC and the other University of Arizona host site attendees were and are so hospitable.
I enjoyed having Brittany’s 3 month old son, Jackson, in the course. He attended both days and is sensing his right lateral chest and demonstrating to the class how to sense and use this reference center in one of the attached pictures. I am quite sure Jackson is the youngest course attendee I have ever had, and for the most part was all smiles both days.
Victoria Humphrey PT, Samantha Yeoman ATC, and Nathanael Smith ATC, CSCS, thank you for being such willing class models. The weather was warm outside but everyone was so cool inside. I really enjoyed walking around this beautiful campus and hope that someday this host site will become a Postural Restoration Certified Center. I can understand how James Anderson MPT,PRC loves these people, loves the facility and loves the food; even though Café Poca Cosa was closed for the summer. Jen, you can send me here anytime you want in the future. I also look forward to another great conversation on PRI Integration of I and I concepts with those who want to rest and relax with models of activity that include sleep, breathing, life enhancement programs and spirituality, with Maria DelliVeneri ATC. Maria, it was so great to get to know you better. Thank all of you for your pursuit of PRI integration in your ‘musculoskeletal’ worlds.