Free Posture App
Are you concerned about your posture?
You can see subtle imbalances and asymmetries that often lead to back pain, neck pain, hip or knee pain and can even make you look and feel older.
Some of the features include:
• Image sizing
• Integrated level
• Check front, side and back posture
• Track your changes
• Measure posture angles
• Share your self check on Facebook and Twitter
Posture Self Checks
Regular posture checks remind you to stand taller and create good work habits.
Improving posture can help:
• Back pain, Hip and Knee pain
• Neck pain and shoulder issues
• Youthful appearance
• Sports performance
• Rehab after injury
• Strengthen balance
• More fit appearance
• Move well to age well
A regular posture check is a great way to track improvement (or decline). If you’re enrolled in the StrongPosture® program, use the app to capture your progress at the end of your 7 step posture improvement program!
Assess your own posture. Get the free app.
Dr. Steven Weiniger
1 Impairment of Proprioception in Young Adult Nonradicular Patients with Lumbar Derangement Syndrome, Marzena Olszewska-Karaban, Hindawi,BioMed Research International,Volume 2021, Article ID 5550257, 12 pages
3 Sung, P. S., Lee, D., & Hosmer, E. (2023). The dynamic postural steadiness and stabilization time between older adults with and without recurrent low back pain. Gait & Posture, 100, 114-119.
4 Stand Taller Live Longer- A Posture and Anti-aging Strategy, S Weiniger, BodyZone Press 2008