Over 30 PRC and PRT individuals attended the Annual PRC/PRT Conference that was held in Lincoln on Saturday, April 21st. This annual event allows collaboration among colleagues and this year’s conference included presentations by Curt Johnson, Kyndy Boyle, Sarah Petrich, Christie Thames, Mike Cantrell, Jason Masek, and Jen Gloystein. For those who like to plan ahead, next year’s conference will also be held in Lincoln on Saturday, April 13th! Look for upcoming emails from the planning committee as they develop next year’s conference agenda.
The Quarterly PRC/PRT Update was emailed today, so check your inbox! If you did not receive it, we may need updated contact information from you. Contact if you have an new email address. You can also view the the quarterly update by logging into the Members Only section of the website. If you missed this year’s PRC/PRT Conference, you can view and print the available presentations on the Update Email or on the Members Only webpage!
Click here to check out a recent blog written by PRC therapist Steve Cuddy on the influences of cycling and faulty breathing mechanics. If you are a cyclist or work with patients who enjoy cycling, this is an excellent read!
Poulin Performance is seeking a full-time Postural Restoration Certified (PRC) physical therapist or PT with Postural Restoration course experience to join their team. They would like to have this next individual hired by August 1, 2012. Three to five years of experience utilizing PRI science is desirable. Prior attendance of Myokinematic Restoration, Postural Respiration and Impingement & Instability is a requirement of this position. They are looking for a therapist who shares our passion for PRI who can provide collaboration and mentorship to staff. Salary and benefits is commiserate on experience. Relocation assistance, sign on bonus and licensure fees available. Poulin Performance is a leader in the region for delivering high-quality PRI treatment strategies in both the rehab and wellness setting. Please send resume and cover letter in confidence to Jennifer Poulin, PT, PRC at
Check out this video from the Today Show featuring a 13 year-old patient being treated by Holly Spence, PT, PRC.
We have heard from several individuals commenting on a recent article published in this month’s edition of Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy discussing the relationship of position and function of the diaphragm among patients with and without low back pain. Ron has also read this article and recently included it as a reference within his presentation at the Interdisciplinary Integration course this past week. Click here to check out this article!
We have a full course for the upcoming Interdisciplinary Integration 4th Annual Symposium this week. If you are attending, check out Lincoln’s weather forecast for your trip!
We have just four seats remaining for our upcoming 4th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium being held April 19th & 20th in Lincoln, NE! This years symposium will include two days of discussion on the airway and anterior neck. We are thrilled to have six speakers presenting at this years symposium. Click here to learn a little more about each of them, or view the agenda for a more specific course description. If you are interested in attending you can call us at 888-691-4583 or register online!
Applications for PRT are due October 15th. Please note course requirements below which includes an extension for attending Pelvis Restoration. Impingement & Instability can be attended for the first time immediately preceding testing in January 2013.
NOTE: *2012 PRT applicants are not required to complete Pelvis Restoration. This course will be required beginning in 2013.
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