Postural Restoration Trained
750 University Ave.
Norwood, MA 02062

Eric Menchi


The Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention

Accessibility:In-Person, Telehealth
PRC Credentialing Earned: 2018

PRI Courses Completed:

Myokinematic Restoration
Postural Respiration
Pelvis Restoration
Impingement & Instability
Cervical Revolution
Cranial Resolution
Occlusal Cervical Restoration
Forward Locomotor Movement
Primary Non-Manual Techniques Workshop
PRI Integration for Fitness & Movement
Voice Box Resonation

Eric Menchi is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist currently working at The Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention in Waltham, MA.

He received his bachelor’s in Exercise Science from Bridgewater State University where he was a member of the football team.  He went back and received his Master’s in Strength and Conditioning from BSU, while earning his master’s degree he was an intern strength coach at Northeastern University, working with their varsity and club sports. Being introduced to PRI at Northeastern set him on his course to become a PRT. Prior to NU he was a strength coach for Boston University club teams, Brookline Youth Hockey teams and private clients in the local Boston area.

His passion for strength and conditioning and education has him working closely with his clients where he integrates PRI concepts to help with injury rehab and better movement.  He also has works with local high schools overseeing their off- season programs.  He also holds certification as a Precision Nutrition coach.

At the time of PRI Credentialing, providers are required to submit verification of current licensure or certification status to determine eligibility for PRI Credentialing. It is the responsibility of credentialed providers to update the Postural Restoration Institute if their license or certification has expired, been suspended, or revoked, so that they can be removed from the PRI Find a Provider map. As Postural Restoration Institute places this responsibility on providers, it cautions consumers that they should not rely on Postural Restoration Institute’s website as evidence of a provider’s current licensure or certification status. Instead, the Postural Restoration Institute recommends that patients and clients wishing to verify a provider’s current licensure or certification status contact the relevant regulatory boards or reach out directly to the provider to ask for current verification of his or her licensure or certification. The Postural Restoration Institute is not liable for and disclaims any responsibility for services performed by PRI Credentialed providers.

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