John Iams – PRRT Mini Course – The Sub-Occipital Solution (Online Version)



John Iams – PRRT Mini Course – The Sub-Occipital Solution (Online Version)

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is a manual-therapy approach for evaluating and relieving musculoskeletal pain. PRRT is often able to accomplish in just seconds what joint mobilization and manipulation, trigger point therapy, and soft tissue and myofascial release can do over time.PRRT has been found effective in more than 80% of patients with painful conditions. How can it be so successful? PRRT is based on the premise that over-stimulation of the body’s primal reflexes creates pain and keeps painful patterns occurring again and again. These reflexes — startle, withdrawal, and the protective joint reflexes–are hardwired into the nervous system of the body for the purpose of survival. When a person experiences a painful or startling event, these reflexes are triggered in an attempt to protect the body.Unfortunately, these reflexes often persist in a state of hyper-readiness long after the triggering event has passed. When sustained over time, activated reflex responses lead to patterns of pain that are reproduced, repeated, and maintained, interfering with healing and resisting therapeutic efforts to restore natural function.PRRT addresses muscle and joint receptors along with their spinal modulation. These often overlooked and seldom-treated areas of the body are the cause and solution for many types of pain, including:Restricted motionPain with or without motionReduced spontaneity of motionMuscle tightness, stiffness, and/or tensionThe Primal Reflex Release Technique™ treatment system offers an innovative combination and application of techniques that facilitate rapid “neural reboot.” This neural reboot resets the neural control of joints, muscles, and fascia to release joint restrictions, trigger points, and fascial restrictions not unlike when you reboot your computer.Why Haven’t We Looked at the Most Primal of All Systems, the Reflexes?It seems obvious that the reflexes found at the spinal cord and brain stem levels should be considered in musculoskeletal assessment as they are with PRRT. Yet in courses, textbooks, and journals that address treating musculoskeletal issues, the neuro-physiological basis underlying muscle and joint protective mechanisms is generally ignored or overlooked.You may have noticed that many patients you see have some degree of “splinting” in the injured area. This splinting is of a protective nature, and is often referred to as muscle spasms. The relationship of muscle spasms to musculoskeletal pain is another enigma, as it, too, has little literature elucidating its physiological basis.Fortunately, John Iams has researched and evolved a method that takes into account reflexes and addresses splinting and muscle spasms and their relationship to musculoskeletal pain. PRRT elegantly and rapidly assesses and treats using the very reflexes we were gifted within our muscles, tendons, joint capsules, and even skin.PRRT—Helping You Help Your PatientsThe assessment and treatment of overly protective joint and muscle reflexes is a natural addition to any pain-relief practice. It will blend seamlessly with any other techniques you may use, and will enhance their effectiveness by removing the barrier of resistance that primal reflexes trigger. The PRRT methods often eliminate or alleviate pain in as little as one treatment. The quick results make treatment affordable for patients, and the specialized training is easy to master.PRRT is used to great effect in over a dozen countries worldwide by nearly 2,000 practitioners. Practitioners have found PRRT to be very effective used in conjunction with other therapies, such as:Physical TherapyMassage and BodyworkChiropracticBowenManual TherapyCranialOsteopathySports MedicineAcupuncturePersonal TrainingThe combined result is quick relief of most musculoskeletal, even chronic pain. Patients often see lasting, markedly reduced or eliminated pain after only one treatment. In fact, PRRT must show pain relief within one to two sessions or it is likely not the answer for that patient’s condition.Sub-Occipital SolutionThe Sub-Occipital Syndrome… Solved It’s epidemic in proportions.I’m not exaggerating.Most people hold a great deal of their tension in the sub-occipital region.This unresolved stress has a major impact on how they feel overall, not just at the base of their occiput.How do I know this?25 years ago I invented & patented the 1st product designed to specifically address this problem… the Occipivot.It’s sold countless thousands worldwide and continues to be one of the top selling health care products on Amazon.



Born and raised in San Diego, California, John Iams left his home town to enter the Physical Therapy Program at the University of California School of Medicine in San Francisco. Upon graduation with a bachelor of Physical Therapy, Iams married his sweetheart, Vonnie Hardesty, and accepted a commission as an ensign in the U.S. Navy, where he served three years as a physical therapist during the Vietnam War.

Iams completed his tour of duty as the Chief Physical Therapist at Corpus Christi Naval Air Station Hospital, and returned to Southern California to continue his education at the University of Southern California (USC) School of Medicine; there he completed a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy.

While at USC, John was fortunate to work directly with Jacqueline Perry, M.D., as her teaching assistant. Iams was invited to attend the surgical anatomy lectures for the medical orthopedic residents at Rancho Los Amigos, where Dr. Perry’s work in musculoskeletal rehabilitation has become renowned.



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