David Kent Original Posture Chart
Designed for the structurally based medical massage therapist, David Kent's Postural Analysis Grid Chart is the number one solution for visually documentation of patient progress, performing a thorough assessment and developing a comprehensive treatment plan. This original 3' x 7' wall mount helps therapists take a quick postural analysis. Photos can be integrated to document postural changes for clients, physician, insurance companies, etc.
This chart is the quick, easy way to perform fast, accurate postural analysis, document posture before and after treatments, and to quickly determine a treatment plan based upon your objective findings. The chart is laminated for durability and longevity. The chart photos will educate clients as to existing postural distortions, record and document positive postural changes, and show treatment progress to clients, insurance companies and physicians.
- Dominant Eye Test instructions
- Instructions for proper positioning of clients
- Checklist to ensure that postural analysis is performed correctly
- Four drawings showing anatomically correct posture for client's education
- Installation Instructions
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works great, really helps with visual evaluations
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I find the chart helpful in communicating postural dysfunctions with my clients. It helps me see distortions more clearly, but it really excels in helping the clients understand why you're doing what you're doing during your sessions. It was time consuming to set it up right, but well worth it.
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Q: sir ,madam i want to know the scoring of the chart if i use this chart for posture analysis ,how can i judge / measures the percentage of deformity .or grading of deformity.
Created on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 by jeet
Q: dear Sir or madam,
what would be costs if you will send this original chart to Europe to Slovenia.
What would be delivery term?
Or you have any company in Europe?
Created on Monday, February 10, 2014 by Alex
Q: Are the grid lines spaced apart by measureable amounts, like 1 inch or 10cm apart? Or are they just random evenly-spaced lines?
Created on Thursday, December 5, 2013 by John