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POSTURE - THE SIMPLEST AND MOST POWERFUL PRACTICE TOOL

Monday, October 29th, 2007

A Picture Paints A Thousand Words!

Many Chiropractors analyse their new patients’ posture, and then scribble lines on a stick figure chart that is supposed to represent the person’s postural distortions? Try showing the hand-drawn diagram to the person - IT WILL MEAN NOTHING TO THEM - And it’s not a very convincing communication medium. Try showing the diagram to another chiropractor - I bet they won’t even understand what the markings mean. Then try using this diagram at the re-exam - How could you objectively measure, let alone demonstrate to the client that any sort of change has occurred?

Some others have entered the twentieth century and have started to take digital photos of their practice members’ posture. I’ve seen some who print the photos and then draw lines all over the picture to highlight the problems. But the question remains - How can you objectively track and demonstrate the changes that are occurring in their posture? And, how could you store, file and retrieve all those images?

There is a twenty first century technology that is cheap and effective for storing, analysing, calculating, retrieving, and comparing digital postural analyses - And it takes about the same time as a traditional postural assessment…

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