Breakout Session - Dbacks Perspective on the Fundamental Concepts of PRI (Lab) - 43rd Annual AzATA Winter Symposium

  • 08 Feb 2020
  • 1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
  • Canyon E
  • 0


Registration is closed

In Conjunction with the 43rd Annual AzATA Winter Symposium.

This session is limited to the First 20 Registered Attendees of the 43rd Annual AzATA Winter Symposium.  The registration code for this event can be found in your confirmation Email of the 43rd Annual AzATA Winter Symposium.

Presented by:

Ryan DiPanfilo ATC, CSCS, PRT,  Kyle Torgerson MS, AT, ATC, Mike Powell MS, AT, ATC.  

Learning Objectives Include:

  1. Understand PRI’s core principle of inherent human body asymmetry and recognize its influence on respiration, posture and triplanar function.
  2. Understand the specific PRI-established polyarticular muscular chains designed ideally for balanced integrated activity within the inherently asymmetrical human system.
  3. Gain an ability to identify some of the clinical manifestations associated with patterned polyarticular muscle chain activity imbalance and understand the potential system consequences of that patterned imbalance.
  4. Gain a basic understanding of the practical approach (inhibiting, repositioning, retraining) involved with addressing patterned polyarticular muscle chain imbalance.

Copyright © 2019 AZATA Disclaimer

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software