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Impingement & Instability (Woodbury, MN) - "Karen and Carrie and the staff at Kinetic Physical Therapy Institute were fantastic hosts for a wonderful weekend of Impingement and Instability. It was great to spend the weekend with 2 clinicians I have always respected and appreciated dating back to before we went through the PRC process together back in 2004. It was great to reflect back on the development of PRI’s courses, including the new updates and developments to this Impingement and Instability course. We had a dynamic group of PTs, PTAs, Fitness and Strength professionals, 5 PRI Credentialed Professionals, a dynamic Sports Medicine minded Family Practice Physician and my favorite, an Engineer who is pursuing fitness and performance as a second career. It was clear that being an Engineer was a definite asset that helped Jacob understand the three dimensional integration of movement that is such an important part of understanding PRI. And Dr. Dave, you are easily one of the most open-minded and interested physicians that I have ever met out on the PRI circuit. A physician that regularly assesses his patients for body asymmetry and an imbalance of movement in spite of their symptoms is very uncommon. Your insights as a physician with experience training the US Ski Team was really an asset to our discussion on ischial tendonitis. A couple other take home messages from this weekend were to always ask if your patient’s ribs move the way they should to allow for tri-planar body performance and to remember the value of training right trunk rotation when you are standing on your right leg. The group did a fantastic job incorporating advanced concepts in a way that will allow them to balance neurology and performance on a wide variety of patients and athletes."