Welcome to the Postural Restoration Community! This is where you will read the latest industry news, hear about upcoming events, find helpful deadline reminders, and view a plethora of additional resources regarding our techniques and curriculum. The great part about it is--not only can you can view the entries we post, you can also post about the things that matter to you. Did you find an interesting article about a technique you learned in one of your courses? Do you have a patient case study you want to share with other professionals? Simply click "Submit an Entry" and follow the easy steps towards getting your information published in the PRI Community!
In addition to the Hruska Adduction Lift Test and the Hruska Abduction Lift Test, we have created the Functional Squat Test. Similar to the tests mentioned previously, The Functional Squat test is graded by levels. Level 1 is the inability to perform the test and level 5 represents maximal performance. This test helps the clinician determine whether the patient demonstrateshyperactive hip flexors, back extensors, and femoral rotators. It also helps establish whether or not the patient has the ability to perform a posterior pelvic tilt and if they can achieve maximal AF IR. To view the complete Functional Squat Test, please click here!