Deadlift Technique Poster – Clinical Posters by Dr. Sebastian Gonzales DC, DACBSP®
This poster on Deadlift Technique Poster was inspired by my daily task of showing proper and improper deadlifting technique to my patients.
This was designed for Trainers, Coaches, DCs, PTs and MDs encountering athletes with pain or injury deadlifting or the hip hinge movement pattern found in daily tasks, such as picking up children.
Customizable wall posters: Submit your logo and social media handles for optional customization.
Unlike most other office wall posters, these have been created with consideration of an athletic patient’s goals and anatomy comprehension level.
A majority of patients are overwhelmed with Netters’ images, let’s make an emotionally challenging situation easier for them.
Educational posters can greatly assist in patient compliance and completion of your treatment plans. Compliance is one of our greatest barriers as healthcare providers. Our posters will help.
This is an original design by Dr. Gonzales and isn’t for sale anywhere else than on the Performance Place® site. It comes as a 16×20 in, unframed glossy poster.
Data/ research for each wall poster can be located on a correlated article and reference page on this site. Each chiropractic and physical therapy poster has been research/ validated with current studies found on Pubmed, Medscape and Research Gate.
Please note these wall posters focus heavily on biomechanics, anatomy and gold standards of each topic at hand… we all treat slightly different, with great results. The wall posters focus on educating patients about their injury… not to educating doctors how to treat.
We don’t currently offer framing but plan on doing so in the near future.
Do you have another idea for a sports medicine educational wall poster you would like to see us design/research and write a correlated article?
Just email Dr. Gonzales through this site and let him know your idea.
The high resolution image will not be provided, but you’ll have access to low resolution web images (with our logo) for use on your website and social media. Low resolution is actually preferred for high site speed.
All we ask is give credit though linking to our site or social media handles if you decide to share via web.
Thanks for understanding intellectual property rights 🙂