7 Steps to Strong Posture® A Programmatic Approach to Biomechanic, Assessment, Rehab & Living Well

The global crisis in low back pain, device related syndromes like "text-neck" and aging boomers are driving an expanding relevance and value for you to serve a unique healthcare niches as the Posture Specialist.

The world is changing like never before, and research driven clinical guidelines are highlighting the biopsychosocial impacts of body-mind interactions, especially for chronic neuromusculoskeletal conditions.  And posture is a growing concern in our slumping society.
Communicating a focus on posture aligns bio-mechanically based, evidence oriented clinicians with the rising meme of staying active.  Posture focused therapy begins with reducing restrictions to movement (i.e. spinal manipulation as well as fascial and muscle work) and then retraining neglected motion patterns toward symmetry.
In this hands-on seminar, you will learn to engage people, and then actively participate in their care by building an accurate-to-reality awareness of their body with the Strong Posture Balance-Alignment-Motion (BAM) protocols.  Created by Steven Weiniger, DC, these step-by-step motor control exercises (MCE) are used by thousands of health professionals around the world to retrain muscle and joint awareness and control with low-tech tools (eg. balls, bands, foam pads, etc.).
The 7 Steps to Strong Posture framework blends common-sense concepts and MCEs to take people on a journey to find and retrain neglected muscles and subtle motions.  Proprioceptive Posture Principle demonstrations engage people to experience subtleties of their body's posture, balance and motion in subtle was they can feel, so they can more effectively communicate their understanding of basic biomechanics.
The goal:  To educate people with the biomechanics story of their posture; and coach them, body and mind, to live active, healthy lives as the hero.

 Session Detail

Schedule: On Campus, 12 CE Hours, October 16-17, 2021
Meeting Date Start Time End Time
Saturday, October 16, 2021 09:00am 06:00pm
Sunday, October 17, 2021 08:00am 12:00pm
Meeting Date Start Time End Time
Saturday, October 16, 2021 09:00am 06:00pm
Sunday, October 17, 2021 08:00am 12:00pm
Registration : $329.00
Chiropractor Approval Numbers MN 75719
SD Approved


Effective Monday, August 9, we will require everyone attending a seminar at the University to wear a PPE approved mask. Appropriate PPE masks include a surgical paper mask or respirator mask (e.g, N95 & KN95). Masks are available at all entrances to the building.

Instructors (listed in order of appearance)

Name Additional Resources
Paul Osterbauer
Steven Weiniger

Facility Detail

Northwestern Health Sciences University
Room 203 (20 chiropractic Tables)
2501 W 84th St
Bloomington, MN 55431