Blog

  • After much deliberation the new 2019 Hruska Clinic shoe list is available. For a copy of the list and to watch a video from Lori about the list go to the Shoe list page from our homepage, or click here.

  • Earlier this year Jason presented at the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Coaches Conference. The presentation is now available online.

  • 45 years of experience with dental integration finally came together for Ron. Read about our experience here.

  • Earlier this January we were blessed to host 2 gentlemen from Japan; Koichi YAMADA and Akira YOSHIMOTO; who came to Lincoln to see how our staff utilizes the science of Postural Restoration(R) in a clinical setting. They spent a day mentoring with us in the clinic as well as some time with the staff at PRI. Here is their testimonial in their best of English as well as some fun pictures from their time. Little do they know that we learned as much from them as we hope to have shared with them. We hope to continue to grow these types of relationships with passionate dedicated professionals wherever they are!

  • After giving out a bunch of balloons this week we felt revisiting this great video from Dave would be beneficial. Keep breathing!

  • 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.