Participants receive hands-on training

PRT-i faculty utilize sound evidence-based adult learning teaching approaches so that your learning experience is both rewarding and lasting. All instructional offerings adhere to an instructor to participant ratio of 1:12 to maximize your hands-on learning experience. 

Instructional Objectives:

  • Participants will gain an understanding of the theory and research supporting the use of PRT
  • Clinicians will learn specific PRT techniques and procedures for common musculoskeletal and neurological conditions
  • Clinicians will gain skill in: myofascial mapping/scanning, tissue assessment of tender and trigger points and gait / biomechanical assessment and use of ADL education techniques based on course selection.
  • Course attendees will gain confidence in the application of innovative PRT diagnostic and treatment innovations developed by Dr. Speicher, such as the Fasiculatory Response Method (FRM)- Pat. Pending and Arthrokinematic Joint Manipulation. 

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