The Posture Exercise poster explains the key role specific focused
exercise plays in strengthening and balancing posture. It features
the "Try This" Standing Leg Balance demo. Great for your adjusting
rooms, new patient exam room, reception area or office.
Posters are full color, 18" x 24" and ready to be framed.
“I teach ball exercise techniques to clients. Was pretty amazed to find an exercise poster so specific. Looks good. Fast shipping from this company.”~ ExerciseGuru
On the left there is a Standing Balance Test demo for patients/
clients to attempt. It has 3 steps, and provides the reasoning for
the test, why some might find it difficult, and how balance is affected.
On the right the title reads: Posture is how you balance your body.
(1st Posture Principle). There is an explanation of muscle use and joint
motion. The second title reads: Posture exercise strengthens posture
and balance. The explanation describes why it's important to work with
a professional to restore full-range motion, as this promotes effective
exercise to keep joints flexible and muscle strong.
“fast shipping, great customer service online, thanks”~ Belinda Anderson
The Chiropractic Poster explains chiropractic and adjustments in
biomechanical terms patients understand. It goes on to explain the
importance of Chiropractic as a healthy life habit to keep you moving
well as you age. It answers the question; "Why do I feel lighter after
an adjustment?" with a "Try This" demo to further explain the concept.
On the left of the poster there is a Q & A: Why do I feel lighter after
an adjustment? The answer explains our perception of good posture
compared to reality, then goes on to explain the importance of chiropractic
to align the spine and other joints for stronger posture and symmetry while
reducing uneven mechanical stress, etc. It follows with a Try This demo
using a golf club to demonstrate uneven or weak posture. On the right the
poster the title reads: Chiropractors are mechanics for your body. The text
to follow discusses DC training to assess alignment and motion of the spine,
body and posture. It goes on to discuss adaptations, misalignments and how
this eventually leads to mechanical stress, pain, loss of function, nerve
irritation, etc. And then talks about the benefits of chiropractic adjustments.
The second title reads: How does strong posture and chiropractic help you
age well? The text to follow explains how chiropractic restores normal motion
and balance, full-range motion, body and motion symmetry, etc.