Primal Reflex Release Technique?

I can still remember seeing a YouTube video done by John Iams on Primal Reflex Release Technique (PRRT) and saying to myself “this stuff is weird and I could never imagine doing that to my patients”…… PRRT © a system of evaluating and treating patients utilizing two basic reflexes, the withdrawal and startle reflexes.   Even though I didn’t understand it, I was intrigued enough to watch the videos over and over and over again.  I finally broke down and ordered the home based seminar and couldn’t wait to get it in the mail.  It finally arrived and I delved into the instructional video.  Again, I thought to myself “this stuff is weird but let me try it on some patients”.   The next day everyone got PRRTed over and over again and it actually seemed to work.  Next, I thought about signing up for a beginner course but couldn’t decide if it was really for me.  Between patients, I had the information on my computer screen and was ready to possibly sign up for the class when I  was told my next patient was ready, I still wasn’t sure if it was for me so I left the information on the screen and went to treat my patient.  My patient and I were talking and all of a sudden, out of the blue, she asked me if I had ever heard of PRRT © because her  mom was being treated by a therapist who was PRRT© trained and she had great results.  I thought “it must be meant to be” and I returned to my computer signed up for the class.  Since that day I have taken the beginner and intermediate courses and am taking the Advanced class in a few weeks..  I am still amazed by the simplicity and effectiveness of these techniques and love the fact that if it works it works fast but if it fails it fails fast.  PRRT © seamlessly integrates into any system you are presently using and can assist you in helping patients you were not able to help in the past.  For more info on PRRT© visit their website.   Thanks John, see you in a few weeks!

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