Posture Certification for Professionals
Take your patient/client practice to the next level with Posture Certification and perfect a bio-mechanical model that teaches focused motion exercise as integral to strengthening posture while improving balance and function.
Both research and common sense show that integrating exercise and active care is essential for an outcome-oriented practice focused on optimal health. The progressive core stabilization exercises at the heart of Posture Practice training and CPEP Posture Certification increase patient/client participation leading to improved results as well as retention and organic referrals.
Our online and live training options offer “lecture & lab” format to teach research-based biomechanical concepts and exercises that ensure you learn the techniques to not only assess and strengthen your patients’ and clients’ posture, but also your own. As importantly, the protocols are designed to fit easily into the practice and techniques you've already established.
The result: A complete, step-by-step, strong posture exercise protocol, along with instructive posture principles and patient-friendly demos to provide a practical framework that let you begin creating your own posture practice right now!
Teen to Boomer, pregnant to elderly, athlete to desperately deconditioned, CPEP Posture Certification protocols are applicable to just about every lifestyle, age, and fitness level. Recovering from an injury or preparing for the Olympics, the posture rehab protocol can be customized to fit each individual's specific needs. Enroll today for immediate access to your first online course - you'll begin implementing what you learn into practice tomorrow! Get the details on posture certification...
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