Blog

  • New PRIME Patient Care Coordinator

    The Hruska Clinic is proud to be announcing the addition of Megan King to our staff as our dedicated PRIME Patient Care Coordinator. To learn more about Megan and our PRIME program click HERE.

  • Read an blog on our PRIME website from Torin outlining the difference between clarity and perspective and what that means for us as humans who want to move. I good general perspective on why we may have or struggle with issues that don't get better.

  • Read the last part of the PRIME Case study outlining a return trip (Episode III) to Lincoln from our patient after spending several months working with a local PT (Episode II). Read what progress was made and how adjustments in the program needed to be made as layers of patterned activity were peeled back. This return adjustment is often the most powerful in fully getting to the point of disengaging form a PT program.

  • We are pleased to have University of Rhode Island PT student Karl Busch here in the clinic doing a clinical internship. Here is a guest blog from him outlining something he's noticed in his first few weeks in the clinic. Here he talks about "Keeping Things Simple". Enjoy.

  • Read the first part in a case study series outlining how our PRIME program works, and works best when integration happens here in Lincoln and with those not in Lincoln.

  • Some things we've learned about Interdisciplinary Integration over the last 18 months since starting PRIME.

  • Here's a link to a video from Lori Thomsen, from her recent Interdisciplinary inservice on Patterns, Feet and Footwear showing the impact shoes can have on patterned movement.

  • Hear Lori talk about the difference between right and left hip flexors, their influences on and by breathing/diaphragm function and position, and how they can be treated differently once you understand this issue.

  • Listen to Lori discuss proper pelvis and rib cage position to safely and effectively perform planking-type activities.

  • Video blog from Lori Thomsen on the purpose and technique for PRI squatting, why we look at it and what it tells up about transitioning to loaded squatting as part of a strength program.