The course on Posture and Balance Assessment, Rehabilitation, and Motor Control Exercise is a comprehensive and innovative program designed to address the critical issues of posture and balance in clinical practice. It combines passive therapies with active strategies to empower individuals to improve their posture and overall body awareness. Through systematic protocols, this course guides both clinicians and patients towards building personal awareness and functional strength in posture, balance, alignment, and motion. The integration of patient-friendly concepts of postural biomechanics and the use of common-sense principles make this course highly accessible and engaging for all participants.

The online program offers a diverse range of learning resources, including engaging lecture videos, animations, and detailed motion exercise videos utilizing various low-tech tools such as balls, bands, and foam pads. This multifaceted approach equips clinicians with the knowledge and tools necessary to progress patients from acute care to rehabilitation and ultimately to wellness. The overarching goal is to enable people to move well, prevent micro- and macro-trauma injuries, enhance performance, and promote healthy choices for optimizing biomechanical wellness.

Functionally strengthening posture is at the heart of this course, emphasizing the importance of correcting sensorimotor errors between perceived posture and external reality. By systematically retraining both granular and whole-body motion patterns, students gain valuable skills for clinical practice that are often overlooked. The course places a strong emphasis on individualization, allowing clinicians to tailor StrongPosture® exercises to the specific needs, symptoms, and abilities of their patients. It empowers individuals to find their strongest, core-engaged posture and stand taller, ultimately fostering a wellness identity specialized in posture. In an era where posture is becoming an increasingly important concern, this course equips clinicians to meet the growing demand for posture specialists who can help individuals move, feel, and be well.

In a world where posture-related issues are on the rise due to aging and lifestyle factors, this course equips course attendees with the knowledge and tools to meet the growing demand for posture focused practitioners. As individuals become more aware of their posture through StrongPosture® exercises, they often experience tangible improvements in how they move during daily activities. Whether seeking pain relief, evidence-based back specialist expertise, improved sports performance, or general wellness, becoming a posture specialist is a 21st-century market identity that can make a profound impact on people’s lives by promoting healthier, more functional living through better posture and balance.

The course is approved for license renewal credit hours for chiropractors, physical therapists, occupational therapists, personal trainers, massage therapists and other specialties including CPEP, DIANM, NCBTMB.

Instructor: Dr. Steven Weiniger, DC, DIANM

20 CE Hours (Part 1 = 3 CE Hours, Part 2 = 3 CE Hours, Part 3 = 3 CE Hours, Part 4 = 3 CE Hours, Part 5 = 3 CE Hours, Part 6 = 3 CE Hours, Part 7 = 2 CE Hours)

The Posture, Rehab, & MCE course from CESoup was excellent! I learned many exercises that I was able to implement into my practice immediately. After completing the course, I have a full posture rehab program that I am excited to start teaching to patients. I know this will dramatically enhance clinical outcomes and add value to my services.

Desirée Van Bogart, D.C.

Anoka, MN

Course Approvals

Chiropractic CE Approvals for 2023 include Alabama, Alaska, Alberta, Arizona, Arkansas, British Columbia, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nova Scotia, Ohio, Oklahoma, Ontario, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming. Please see our approvals page or contact us for 2024 approvals (and beyond).