Episode 34: Frank Mallon, PT, DPT, PRC
The Postural Restoration Podcast
by Frank Mallon, PT, DPT, PRC
1M ago
In this episode of the Postural Restoration Podcast I am joined by Frank Mallon, PT, DPT, PRC. Frank grew up in the Philadelphia area and attended Physical Therapy school at Arcadia University. Although he has had many unique experiences in his home state he has remained there ever since. One of the biggest influences on his early career was the work of Shirley Sahrmann. In his first clinical setting, alongside one of his earliest mentors, Carl Mangione, they were able to implement these concepts with their patients and also share them in the university settings to others interested. Franks fi ..read more
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Episode 32: Craig Depperschmidt, DPT, PRC
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by Craig Depperschmidt, DPT, PRC
1y ago
In this episode of the Postural Restoration Podcast i am joined by Craig Depperschmidt, DPT, PRC. Craig grew up in Loveland, CO and finished his degree in Integrative Physiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder.  After spending a summer biking across the country, he headed to Flagstaff, Arizona, where he graduated with distinction from Northern Arizona University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.  From an early age, due to an active lifestyle, Craig became aware how a restriction or injury in one area of his body effected his whole system, and through multiple sports an ..read more
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Episode 31: Brad Gilden, PT, DPT, CFMT, FAAOMPT, FFMT CSCS, PRC
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by Brad Gilden, PT, DPT, CFMT, FAAOMPT, FFMT CSCS, PRC
2y ago
In this episode of the Postural Restoration Podcast I am joined by Brad Gilden, who graduated with a Masters of Science from New York Medical College in 2000 and a Clinical Doctorate in upper quarter and hand therapy, from Drexel University in 2004. Since his schooling Brad has completed several certifications including the completion of  the Functional Manual Therapy training and Fellowship from the Institute of Physical Art (IPA), alongside many others. Early on in his career Brad knew he wanted more out of his role as a provider, than the 15 minutes he was being allotted per patient. T ..read more
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Episode 30: Joan Hanson, DPT, PRC, CFC
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by Joan Hanson, DPT, PRC, CFC
2y ago
In this episode of the Postural Restoration Podcast I am joined by Joan Hanson who is a Physical Therapist located in Sioux Falls, SD. Joan has been practicing physical therapy for 30 years and for most of those years has done so with Sanford Health Systems. As we navigate her career and how PRI has shaped and directed it, it is clear to see why Joan was awarded the PRI Directors Dedication Award this past April for her ongoing commitment to this science. In 1992, she earned her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the Mayo School of Health-Related Sciences in Rochester, MN. Joan started h ..read more
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Episode 29: Torin Berge, PT, MPT, PRC
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by Torin Berge, PT, MPT, PRC
2y ago
In this episode of the Postural Restoration Podcast I welcome Torin Berge, PT, MPT, PRC who practices at the Hruska Clinic and plays a vital role in the PRIME Program. Growing up Torin spent countless hours in a Pediatric PT setting with his brother who diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy was in and out of therapy frequently. It was during this time that his love for the profession grew. Torin graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1999 with his Masters in Physical Therapy. Torin was also an avid swimmer and swam throughout college and his entire childhood. Although he appreciates the foun ..read more
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Episode 28: Dr. James Carlson, DDS with Ron Hruska
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by Dr. James Carlson, with Ron Hruska
2y ago
In this episode of the Postural Restoration Podcast,  I sat down with Dr. James Carlson who will be presenting at our 13th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration symposium on April 21-22nd. Dr. Carlson began studying gnathological principles while still a student at the University of Minnesota dental school nearly 60 years ago. While there, he had the opportunity to study under one of the top gnathologists at the time, Dr. Charles Stewart, and learn his techniques using the Stewart Articulator. From then on, he knew he wanted to pursue a dental career studying these principles. Following hi ..read more
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Episode 28: Dr. James Carlson, DDS
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by Dr. James Carlson, with Ron Hruska
2y ago
In this episode of the Postural Restoration Podcast,  I sat down with Dr. James Carlson who will be presenting at our 13th Annual Interdisciplinary Integration symposium on April 21-22nd. Dr. Carlson began studying gnathological principles while still a student of the University of Minnesota dental school nearly 60 years ago. While there, he had the opportunity to study under one of the top gnathologists at the time, Dr. Charles Stewart, and learn his techniques using the Stewart Articulator. From then on, he knew he wanted to pursue a dental career studying these principles. Following hi ..read more
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Episode 18: PRI Japan - コロナに負けるな!PRIに関する質問、大募集!Part 5
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by Postural Restoration Institute
2y ago
PRI Japan Presents "Ask us anything about PRI!" while staying at home.  - Q&A zoom session by PRI Japan Faculty Part 5 - コロナに負けるな!ということで、PRIに興味がある皆さんと一緒に楽しんで頂ける企画のパート5です! 「PRIに関する質問、大募集!」 ということで、日頃PRIって何?どういうことなの?と気になっている講習会を未受講の皆さんから、講習会を受けたけど疑問に思っていることがある、、、という方や、ずっと気になっていて質問したいことがあったけどまだ聞けてない!という方まで、PRIに関連する質問をみなさんから大募集しました。 そして集められた質問の中から、粒選りの質問をセレクトさせて頂き、PRIジャパンの講師3名(阿部、石井、大貫)でオンライン対談を開催。その様子をYoutubeでご覧いただけるようにする企画です。 Part5では、以下のような質問を頂きました! Q.19 プランターフレクサーインヒビションは、いつやるの? Q.20 呼吸時に腹直筋の緊張が取れない、、、 Q.21 風船を膨らませる時、頬は膨らませない方が良い?その理由は? Q.22 PRI的にオススメの出産の体勢・姿勢ってありますか? Q23 ..read more
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Episode 4: Jennifer Poulin, PT, PRC
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by Jennifer Poulin
2y ago
Welcome to the fourth episode of the Postural Restoration Podcast! In this episode, I am joined by Jennifer Poulin PT, PRC who graduated from the University of Vermont in Burlington and currently resides and practices in Pinehurst, NC. After several clinical opportunities which took Jen to New Orleans, followed by a short time in Tennessee, Jen had a desire to return home to Burlington. It was during this time that she encountered one of her first clinical mentors, Scott Sears who was one of the initial PRI supporters in Burlington. Following this opportunity Jen was introduced to yet another ..read more
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Episode 27: Susan Henning, PT, PRC
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by Susan Henning
2y ago
In this episode of the Postural Restoration podcast I start off the year by reflecting on the past with none other than Susan Henning, PT, PRC. Susan graduated from NYU in 1986 with a BA in Physical Therapy. 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. But perhaps one of her biggest interests lays in the study of sensory awareness. From early on in her career Susan sought after schools of thinking that int ..read more
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