Body Psychology & Postural Restoration (PRI) with Kasey Aikin, DPT - Ep. 13
Move Your Brain Move Your Body
Kasey Aikin is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and is in the process of becoming full time faculty for Postural Restoration Institute! Kasey completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at University of Texas and has been practicing PRI as a Physical Therapist for the past 9 years. Kasey owns her own business in the Dallas-Fort Worth area called PRISM Physical Therapy, where she treats complex cases using principles of Postural Restoration. In this podcast Kasey breaks down the concepts of PRI in a way that anyone can understand! On This Episode: How Aleena met Kasey Kasey's background becoming a DPT DPT school at University of Texas- Medical Branch Working as a DPT in traditional outpatient clinics Insurance with Physical Therapy Direct Access with Physical Therapy What is PRI? Postural Restoration Institute is integrative between systems How Ron Hruska founded PRI Looking at the "special tests" to determine how an individuals' system is operating How the ribcage gives us a glimpse into our nervous systems Psychologist of the body Looking at the relationship of HRV and patients nervous systems Postural Restoration Institute Lingo & Terms Defined The Left Anterior Inferior Chain Pattern (LAIC) The importance of human anatomy and our DIAPHRAGM's! The research behind PRI The Posterior Exterior Chain Pattern (PEC) Establishing a community with PRI in Texas Cell phones & devices how they are slowly killing us as humans! Becoming a faculty member for PRI Advice for someone who is interested in taking PRI courses How Kasey moves her brain & body Contact Kasey / PRISM Physical Therapy: https://www.instagram.com/prism.dpt/ https://prismpt.com/ Postural Restoration Institute Our Information: MOVE YOUR BB Instagram Aleena's Instagram Aleena's Website Meghan's Instagram Meghan's Website Email: moveyourBB@gmail.com **The information on this podcast is intended to educate and inform. It is not meant to be a substitute of advice from your physician or medical provider.