Be the local Posture Specialist!
Set the standard for rehab, wellness, performance and active aging. Elevate your practice with a biomechanical model and focused-motion exercise to strengthen posture while improving balance and function.
“Patients see immediate results; they feel better; it’s easy, and they love to do it. And, they’re willing to pay for it.” Dr. Anita Kelley-Dukes
CPEP Certification Includes:
· Enrollment in CPEP (details in brochure)
· Clinical Posture Practice – 15hr online course
· Live or Online CPEP Training
· 15 Weeks to a Posture Practice implementation series
· Posture Rehab Protocol Set (Manual & DVD, Handouts)
· Wall Grid or Door Grid
· Stand Taller ~ Live Longer (ISBN 0979713609)
· Posture Pictures (ISBN 0979713617)
· 5 Posture Principles poster set
· 10 Ways Strong Posture Improves Your Health poster
· CPEP window cling, logo, t-shirt and certificate
· Listing in PostureZone App and online posture specialist locator
· Stand Taller PowerPoint Lecture
BONUS this week: Posture Screening Banner ($89 value)
Plus, Implementation Coaching
· Implementation support to integrate changes
· Marketing Flyers, News Release
View Brochure: CPEP BROCHURE
· Prefer a payment? Choose a plan at checkout, or call for a custom plan.
Find out more about Posture Specialist Certification
“Every month, 70-90 new patients begin the posture exercise program, with 250–350 posture exercise appointments a month, and we expect that number to grow. We have developed quite a following in our community.” Rebecca Gould, CPEP
After you register you'll get online course login to begin right away, and tools are shipped. If enrolled in a payment plan items are stagger shipped, program coordinator will verify details.
~~Note: Everything listing is included with the Complete Posture Practice Package, plus additional assessment and screening items. *frames, table cloth and table runner not included.
Current Schedule: http://www.posturepractice.comContinuing education seminars and posture certification for DCs, chiropractors, MDs, massage therapists, NCBTMB, physical therapists, occupational therapists, personal and athletic trainers, instructors, staff, etc.Also an online continuing education course - take from 3 to 15 hours online! Online & Live course hours also apply to CPEP Certification!The posture grid and tools in the video are courtesy of http://www.posturezone.comThe instructor is Dr. Steven Weiniger, posture expert and author of Stand Taller ~ Live Longer (Speaker website: http://www.standtallerlivelonger.com)Completing CPEP Posture Certification is the common-sense next step for those looking to set the standard in strengthening posture for pain relief, rehab, wellness, sports performance and anti-aging. Patients and clients experience improved posture and balance, and greater engagement with StrongPosture™ exercise programs.Take your practice to the next level with CPEP posture certification and perfect a bio-mechanical model that promotes focused motion exercise as integral to posture correction while improving balance, function and activity, positioning you as the local posture expert. See http://www.PosturePractice.com and http://www.PostureZone.com for information.
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Posted by Robert Lang, DC on 24th Jul 2015
I had a patient in yesterday that had a visit to their MD yesterday. She had balance problems when she arrived at the office and was suspected of having had a stroke, although no imaging evidence of a stroke was present.
She has been doing her posture exercises and her MD was surprised at her improved balance. He asked her what she was doing. She told him going to her chiropractor and doing her posture exercises!!!
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Posted by Sue Palys on 29th May 2015
Everyone that has done the program has been happier and loves coming to our office for treatment. They are also happy referring their friends and colleagues to us. It is a great feeling knowing we have something that is helping others and very cost effective.
posture and pregnancy
Posted by Dr. Lauren Sharpless on 16th Apr 2015
I believe in becoming a Certified Posture Exercise Professional (CPEP). I will be better able to aid female patients in their pregnancy journey with confidence.
CPEP posture program with dancers
Posted by Dr. Shelly Severns DC CPEP on 10th Apr 2015
To be a great dancer we must have balance and proper functional motion in addition to strength and flexibility to perform the graceful movements. With StrongPosture you can obtain optimal performance, reduce your risk for injury and maximize function.
...the benefits will last a lifetime.
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Posted by Dr. Robert Thoma on 26th Mar 2015
Our patients love the Strong Posture Program in our office and we have it included in 80% of our patient care plans. Thanks for such a solid program.
Posted by Gina Carpenter on 6th Mar 2015
Open communication is what makes our practice a great place to be. It is a great place for the StrongPosture® program. Posture is not just valuable – it's indispensable. Balance is indispensable, core strength is indispensable – and the ball work is an adventure.
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. 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.
CPEP offers effective education concepts, tools & exercise protocols
Posted by Dr. Eoin Gregory on 29th Jan 2015
Mom always told you to sit up straight, but she never told you how. People come to us specifically to improve posture, and I tell them they’ve come to the right place. Every patient learns about the daily and long-term effects of poor posture, and I make sure that they understand that the road to retraining posture is not difficult, but that it does take practice, time, and repetition.
My patients are compliant with the exercises, which I credits to the [CPEP] program’s built-in specifics, which are detailed in the included posture exercise handouts.
Dramatic patient results and a streamlined program
Posted by Mike Knapp on 18th Dec 2014
Prior to this program we had employed various integrative rehabs and therapies, but incorporating this established, organized curriculum of protocols was an easy process and our patients have seen dramatic results.
After several weeks of progressing through the posture protocols, we take another posture picture. They can see the results themselves.
I think the great thing about teaching posture is it applies to people from all different groups and ages. We’re able to modify and fine-tune the [CPEP] protocols to fit their specific needs.
Posture specialist certification training
Posted by Dr. Mike Jorgensen on 2nd Dec 2014
Today's posture specialists are standing at the forefront of cultural change, especially in the workplace. The baby boomer population is demanding ways to stay young and fend off old age. Having "strong posture" is one of the best ways to do just that.
It is incumbent upon those in the posture field to engage their communities and be the leaders that are required to usher in this new wave of preventive health habits that for so long, has been ignored.
I know I can represent my profession proudly with the message of health, vitality and anti-aging through comprehensive posture training.
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Posted by Roxanne Smith on 21st Nov 2014
As a therapy assistant and Jazzercise instructor I am training as a CPEP posture specialist to work with patients/students on balance and posture. Posture increases muscle ability, which helps to avoid strain and injury during a workout.
Many are worried about getting a dowager's hump. I emphasize that as they age, if they don't strengthen posture, they'll have spinal issues, osteoporosis, arthritis, and other ailments. They go home and do the exercises, and it shows in their workouts.
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