Post Rehab Conditioning Specialist

Post Rehab Conditioning Specialist

The Post Rehab Conditioning Specialist (PRCS) is for the fitness professional looking to offer services to post rehab and medical exercise clients. The PRCS is an entry-level certification obtained through the Post Rehab Conditioning Specialist Track of our Medical Exercise Specialist Training (MEST) series. The concepts and guidelines in this certification will prepare you to immediately begin offering safe and effective conditioning programs to clients with more than 30 medical conditions. If less than 50% of your clients have medical conditions and you want to get started offering post rehab fitness services, but you aren't sure if you want to specialize... Click here for more information on the PRCS certification

Medical Exercise Specialist

Medical Exercise Specialist

As a Medical Exercise Specialist (MES) you will learn to develop safe and effective conditioning programs for clients with cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, neurological and metabolic disorders after discharge from chiropractic care and/or physical therapy. The MES track of our Medical Exercise Specialist Training series reviews every aspect of pathology, clinical anatomy, exercise prescription and assessment guidelines for more than 60 conditions affecting the upper and lower extremities, the spine, the cardiovascular and neurological systems. The MES track and workshop reviews these concepts in much greater depth and detail than the PRCS certification. Click here to get all the details on the MES certification

Medical Exercises Program Director

Medical Exercise Program Director

The Medical Exercise Program Director (MEPD) acts as the liaison between the medical community and the fitness facility. The MEPD certification prepares you to develop, manage and market a post rehab program in any setting. The MEPD has advanced knowledge and skills in areas such as ergonomics, senior fitness, pharmacology and advanced post rehab assessment and progression. There are 2 major projects each MEPD candidate must submit as well as completing 40 hours of observation in a rehab setting. If you have a strong anatomy background; you like teaching; you have 3 or more years experience managing... Click here to get more info on the MEPD program

Medical Exercise Training Blog

Thanks for the Birthday Wishes!!

Hi folks and thank you for all the birthday well wishes. I just had the big 57 and it was great!! Thanks to all of you for the last 24 years watching you “Bridge the Gap”!!  Join us for the MEPD Mastermind and become a leader in Medical Exercise Training.

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MedXPRO360 – The Community for Medical Exercise Professionals is here!!

Hi folks. We opened back in early September. We have been so busy with developing and uploading content we havent been able to tell you about this community for medical exercise professionals. Now that you’ve gotten the content in place, we will start sharing and telling you more about MedXPRO360.

7 Steps to Starting Your MET Practice in Any Setting-Step Seven

Now that you have reached out to medical professionals and you are attracting MET clients, you have to “train for outcomes and communicate for relationships”. Training for outcomes means emphasizing functional outcome measures which allow you and medical professionals to determine the effectiveness of your programs. The outcome measures include 1) blood pressure; 2) BMI; […]

7 Steps to Starting Your MET Practice in Any Setting- Step Six

To provide safe and effective medical exercise training services you will need to obtain the necessary training. Simply having experience in personal training is not enough. Medical exercise training requires a thorough background in anatomy and the pathology of medical conditions as well as training in MET assessments, program design and utilization of MET protocols. […]

The Evolution

Post rehab fitness is evolving and so is Since our first Medical Exercise Specialist course in 1994 the need for post rehab fitness has grown and evolved. The need post rehab fitness is now greater and more specific. Our evolution from to the "Medical Exercise Training Institute" will give medical exercise professionals specifics on managing medical conditions to positive functional outcomes that medical professionals, clients and insurance carriers will appreciate. Our new look and direction are designed to make "Medical Exercise Training" the next logical step for clients, medical professionals and insurance carriers once physical therapy, chiropractic and rehabilitation services end. Medical Exercise Training is the key to long-term management of most medical conditions


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