FEEDBACK FROM PRT CLASS PARTICIPANTS...
"The experience has been phenomenal from a personal & professional viewpoint."
"I have been a physical therapist for over 10 years. Most of my career has been devoted to establishing a strong clinical background in direct techniques. My direct continuing education includes Paris courses S1, S2, S3, MF1, El, and Michigan State University Principles of Manual Medicine, Muscle Energy I, and High Velocity Thrust, and Grimsby Institute direct thrust. I believed direct techniques obtained instant results and were the techniques I always reverted to first. I was not much of a believer in the indirect concept until I was treated in class and had my own somatoemotional response. After taking the weekend class, I used Positional Release on every patient for an entire week. I was dumbfounded with the immediate responses from my patients. They joked about my magic fingers and asked “how did you do that?” Now, Positional Release is the first treatment I perform. The experience has been phenomenal from a personal and professional viewpoint.”
--Becky G. House, PT, MHS, OCS, CSCS
After taking a three day Positional Release Technique Class
“I would definitely not have been able to achieve such dramatic results with pain relief and return of functional movements so quickly... Moreover, with the quick intervention the strain was treated effectively in the acute stage. The length of treatment was reduced as the sub acute and chronic stages did not develop. As a therapist, I realize that with the use of these techniques one can reduce the development of restrictions in ROM, chronic holding patterns, and secondary compensatory gait patterns…Last but not least, I can now say with greater conviction that this stuff really works wonders!”
--Chapter 25 Case Study
By Aditi Velankar, Physical Therapist
“I am very pleased with the wonderful and immediate results Positional Release had on this baby... Therefore, Positional Release can be used on babies and toddlers where other manual therapy techniques are not successful. The baby met all the goals and was nearly 100% normal in head alignment and facial symmetry…I expect to see more positive results using Positional Release with my patient’s of all ages and conditions.”
--Chapter 26 Case Study
By Shveta Mulhotra, Physical Therapist