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The Wall Mount Grid is perfect for use at your practice - every office should have one!
“Very high quality! Will last forever! Easy to hang with the grommets and makes identifying postural imbalances very easy. I would highly recommend this product!”~ Tyler Tsujimoto
This is the number one posture grid on the market and is used by posture professionals; chiropractors, physical therapists, physiotherapists, massage therapists, dentists, personal and fitness trainers, Pilates and yoga instructors, coaches, Alexander Technique and Feldenkrais practitioners, hospitals, researchers, athletic teams, clinics, colleges and universities internationally.
This is the grid used by the Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators (The Alliance).
Posted by Gina Carpenter on 6th Mar 2015
My clients are very motivated by improvement. We start with small goals and work toward them, and as these are met, we move forward with bigger challenges.
I've been employing the grid – it helps me as I assess the exercises for wall tilts and alignment exercises (CPEP posture certification protocols). You see people gradually inch closer to the wall as a result of their work. It's nice to see the improvement, but also to let them know that they are making progress and that you are paying attention to that progress. It makes a difference in their determination and compliance.
Posted by Ellen Smith on 2nd Dec 2014
Using a posture grid serves three purposes: recruiting, education, and documentation.
Everybody likes to have their picture taken. Placing the grid in the office or at a lecture draws potential clients, and gives you a window to educate about the importance of posture. Once you’ve begun working with the patient, you can go back to the grid and show tangible improvements.
Posted by Jordan Burkhart on 2nd Apr 2013
My partner and I are using PostureZone and a PostureZone Grid for our physical therapy research project. We are comparing forward head posture from the side before and after 2 different exercise programs to see if one is more effective at improving posture. One program is just a general strengthening program of the core muscles and back. The other program uses Wii Fit yoga. Both programs are 6 weeks long and we will be taking a picture of the participants before and after the program to see if there are any changes. Our research findings will be presented as our thesis at the end of our doctoral program.
Supervised by Dr. Craig Ruby
Director of Physical Therapy
Wheeling Jesuit University
Posted by Luther Lockard, CMT Corporate Massage Therapies-Advanced Treatment Center on 21st Jun 2012
The Posture Grid Wall product description says it all. It is all that was advertised to be. It took all of 5 minutes to set up and enhances the professional clinical look of my office. Along with the Posture Principles Posters hanging nearby, this location of my therapy room provides an ideal meeting point for discussing implementing all activities regarding posture.