Oct. 6-7, 2018
Northwestern Health Sciences University, 2501 W 84th St, Bloomington, MN 55420
12 CE hours (NCBTMB approved)
Sat, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sun, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
|$299 DC/MT (by 9/26/2018)
1/2 price for CA/Staff, first year grads and students
|Steven Weiniger, DC
|Register or call us 952-885-5446
Posture, Balance, and Motion: Assessment and Rehab with Motor Control Exercise
From healthcare providers to the general public, everyone acknowledges the importance of
exercise and staying in motion...and all motion begins with posture. Focusing on posture is a
unifying concept for bio-mechanically based, evidence oriented clinicians to align with the
rising meme of staying active.
Strengthening posture means observing and then correcting sensorimotor errors between
perceived posture and motion and external reality. Systematically retraining granular motion
of compensatory and adaptive patterns is an important, often an overlooked factor in
clinical NMS practices.
Learn to correlate clinical rationales for passive therapies with active strategies from
creating posture awareness to then strengthening posture using balls, bands, foam pads and
other low-tech tools. From building awareness with a digital photo to empowering people to
find their strongest, core engaged posture and literally stand taller, you’ll learn the keys to
building a wellness identity as "the Posture Specialist".
Insurers and third party payors demand active care plans, and the StrongPosture® exercise
protocols and rationales build a road to a successful practice which integrates active and
passive care for improved results, referrals and post acute-care retention.
Attendees learn Monday morning takeaways to build the three dimensions of a
PosturePractice. Read this article for more information on its importance.
Steven Weiniger, DC a recognized expert on strengthening posture for rehab and aging well, has a private practice outside of Atlanta, GA. Through seminars, conferences and consulting he has trained thousands of doctors in StrongPosture™ protocols for rehab care and to keep patients moving well as they age. He publised the book "Stand Taller - Live Longer: An Anti-Aging Strategy" in February 2008 and has appeared on mainstream media including FOX news, Oprah's Oxygen network, Natural Health Magazine, American Fitness and Bottom Line/Personal.
Call the continuing education department at 952-885-5446 to register for this seminar.