"If you want to grow in your understanding of PRI, going through the PRC credentialing process is a must. The whole process, from completing the application to studying to testing, is transformational, humbling and enlightening. It is hard work but well worth it. I would recommend it to anyone who considers themselves a serious PRI provider, or who would like to be one!"
-Derya Anderson, PT, DPT, PRC
"When I take a moment to reflect on my PRI journey from taking my first course in 2018 to becoming credentialed with the institute in late 2021 - nothing accelerated my learning of PRI concepts like the past 6 months writing my PRC application and traveling to Lincoln for credentialing. Clinical proficiency aside, I cannot say enough about how welcoming, humble, and genuinely kind everyone at PRI is. I felt at home immediately when I arrived, and I can't wait to return home to my PRI family again in the near future."
-Cody Gilliss, PT, DPT, CSCS, PRC
"Going through the PRC application and testing process was challenging, yet very rewarding. It pushed me to learn and grow in the science of PRI in ways I wouldn't have otherwise. It was an amazing experience and professionally I felt at 'home' during my time at the Institute (while there) for Advanced Integration and PRC testing. Will always cherish my time and experience there in Lincoln and am so excited to now be a part of the PRC family."
-Samantha Anderson, PT, DPT, PRC
"Going through the PRC credentialing process was one of the most valuable things I've done. The clinical reasoning, critical thinking skills gained and individual feedback from the faculty have been so helpful in my understanding and application of the science. I am so grateful to PRI, the faculty and my classmates. Thank you so much!"
-Brian Coleman, PT, PRC
"The credentialing process was intellectually challenging, validating, and epitomized the Institute's focus on learning and personal growth."
-Jason Miller, PT, MS, CSCS, PRC
I frequently think of our time with you in lab during PRC 2016 and consider it one of the more influential experiences I have had in all my PRI training. I’m sure there were those in our group that would have rather practiced more techniques, but I so appreciated the time that you spent helping us to understand the depth and power of our touch on a patient’s thorax to guide their breathing and influence their entire neurological system. Perhaps because I still haven’t been able to attend a live Respiration Course (home study Respiration was my first PRI course), that experience has helped me so significantly to improve my “feel” for what a pt’s thorax needs and connect with the pt on a level that "massages" the neurological system rather than battles with it. It’s also good for my psyche to know that when a complicated train wreck lies down on my tx table, and I’m not sure how to approach a session, I can lay my hands on their chest and influence them for good…every time.
Thanks for such a deeply caring approach to PRI, and teaching us incredible stuff…every time.
-Tricia Athans, DPT, PRC
"I would just like to give some positive feedback. I have taken 3 of your courses, and had been working with left hip pain issues for several years. I made progress on my own using your techniques, but still faced significant impingement pain. I am seeing Sangini Rane, PT, PRC presently to work on those, and she has done a wonderful job helping me. Over several weeks, the pain that I have had for many years is diminishing. She is a great therapist – willing to work with me so that I understand your techniques in even more depth. Not only are your techniques incredibly effective, but I believe that your practitioners meet very high standards, and I am very grateful."
"I have been fortunate enough to have spent the last 10 years growing and learning through the PRI "process", and an incredible process it has been. Over those years, I have remembered and made notes of some key phrases which at times I would just stare at Ron, James or Mike and it might not really register what they were trying to get across. As I have become more proficient and gained an enriched knowledge of PRI, some of these statements have come through with such clarity that I feel like at times I have an "Ah-ha!" moment which only further enriches my understanding."
– Michael Mullin, ATC, PTA, PRC
"I feel I have been using a PRI – like approach (of course not to this extent) since my graduation in 1992 from the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw, Poland which had a very strong Biomechanics Department. I continued my quest for more knowledge through continuing education courses offered by the University of St. Augustine (Manual Therapy Certification -2002) and the McKenzie Institute (Certified MDT-2005). Both of them, however, fell short in explaining human biomechanics, relating one body part to another, treating our body as a whole unit, etc. Ron Hruska was the first teacher/practitioner who was able to correlate the left side to the right in a logical, biomechanical way which I have been looking for since my graduation in 1992."
– Gregory Parfianowicz, MPT, MTC, Certified MDT, PRC