To date, there is NO post rehabilitation certification that exists, includes or teaches the foundational knowledge and skillset behind human movement and rehabilitation like the CPRS.
Understanding common injuries and how they occur and the physiology behind them coupled with safe exercise programming will provide an optimal client experience and enhanced function.
In this article, we will review contributing factors, the anatomy of the anterior cruciate ligament, knee biomechanics, stages of rehabilitation and safe program design for working with a client who has sustained this specific injury.
Shoulder impingement and rotator cuff dysfunction are common shoulder conditions that a fitness professional may encounter.
There are a multitude of assessments at the finger tips of a fitness professional. Choosing the most accurate and objective assessments should be the cornerstone of any fitness assessment
Natural pain relievers include herbs, spices, minerals and other nutrients that work in a various ways to decrease pain and inflammation.