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Dynamic Stabilization from the Ground Up

Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical |  CCSP Renewal Approved
Dr. William Austin, DC
1 Hour


Join Dr. Austin to learn the following:
  • How structural imbalances negatively affect neuromuscular (sensory-motor) patterns throughout the body,
  • How dynamic structural support starts from the ground up,
  • How research supports the use of custom-made flexible orthotics,
  • What to do with the short-leg syndrome,
  • And how to mobilize the lower extremely in 30 seconds or less

This course was presented in September 2017 by Dr. Bill Austin and sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc.




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Foot Levelers, Inc.

Dr. Bill Austin has been a healthcare provider for past 50 years. His career includes college athletic training, emergency medicine, English Bone-setting, college instructor and as a Doctor of Chiropractic. He has presented over 3,500 hours of post-graduate education at seminars and chiropractic colleges throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, England, and South Africa. Dr Austin has published nine peer-reviewed research papers, and has extensive experience in the fields of biomechanics, orthotic therapy, non-surgical spinal decompression therapy and structural rehabilitation.



Overall:      4.3

Total Reviews: 311


James Y - La Grange, Illinois

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Thomas K - Bourbonnais, Illinois


Steven H

"Was a decent intro to Ground up Stabilization, but seems like almost all of the handout slides were an advertisement for Foot Levelers. A little over the top."

Amelia C - Chicago, Illinois

"thank you"

Glenn L - Bensenville, Illinois


Kelly Astrid M - Chicago, Illinois

"I knew going into this one that it was going to be about orthotics mainly, so I wasn't surprised about the emphasis on Foot Levelers. I do think that of the webinars I've watched, this one is one of the contenders for a presentation that maybe should be in person rather than on the web. It's a lot of information in a short amount of time, and although the explanations and diagrams were good, I think I would have retained it better with a demonstration in person."