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Back pain, neck pain, and other neuromusculoskeletal conditions are usually the result of weak posture, stemming from poor posture habits, congenital disorder, sedentary lifestyle, injury and/or aging.  Strengthening structural balance and functional alignment with manipulative therapies and motion control exercise helps relieve pain, reach peak sports performance, while also improving appearance and promoting successful and active aging.



  • Research shows people with strong posture feel better, move better, have higher energy levels and a more positive outlook on life.

    Dr. Steven Weiniger Founder, Posture Expert
  • I want to get old gracefully. I want to have good posture, I want to be healthy and be an example to my children.

    Sting Musician, Singer-Songwriter
  • 1/2 of computer users have posture related back pain. Of those 67% report having neck and shoulder pain, 40% have low back pain and 29% report wrist pain.

    US Department of Labor
  • Despite considerable evidence that posture affects physiology and function, the significant influence of posture is not addressed by most physicians.

    Amer­i­can Jour­nal of Pain Man­age­ment J. Lennon, BM, MM, et al.