Postural Restoration Certified
77 South Elliot Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Susan Henning


Advance Physical Therapy

PRC Credentialing Earned: 2008

PRI Courses Completed:

Myokinematic Restoration
Postural Respiration
Pelvis Restoration
Impingement & Instability
Advanced Integration
Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration
Cervical Revolution
Cranial Resolution
Forward Locomotor Movement
Primary Non-Manual Techniques Workshop
PRI Integration for Geriatrics
PRI Integration for Pediatrics
Postural-Visual Integration
PRI Vision Integration for the Baseball Player
Voice Box Resonation
Interdisciplinary Studies Summit - 2024
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2009
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2011
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2013
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2014
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2016
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2019
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2021
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2022

Susan graduated from NYU in 1986 with a BA in Physical Therapy. She worked in major medical centers first in New York City, later in San Francisco, CA. Her early interest was in neurological rehabilitation. Due to a longstanding interest in dance and movement she began studies in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy in the early 90’s. She pursued training in manual physical therapy approaches including Paris, Maitland, Mulligan and Jackson.  Susan relocated to Pittsboro, NC and opened a small private practice in 1998.  In 2002 Susan was introduced to the extraordinary work of Ron Hruska, PT, Postural Restoration. She was immediately drawn to its holistic biomechanically based concepts and techniques. This was the beginning of a major paradigm shift in her way of viewing and treating dysfunction. She was certified as a Postural Restoration Therapist in 2008.  Alongside her work as a physical therapist, Susan has been a student of Sensory Awareness with Charlotte Selver for over 30 years. This meditative practice enables her to incorporate work with the awareness of sensation and of breathing into her physical therapy practice.

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