WHAT IS IT ?

What does "REHAB " mean for a Fitness Professional?


Obviously, the word ‘Rehab’ normally belongs in the medical world . . . the ‘allied health’ profession where Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Massage Therapists, and others do their work of enabling rehabilitation to help people out of injury. 

Rehab Trainer, created by highly experienced Sports Physiotherapists, has boldly borrowed the word and created a new level of meaning around it, for the purpose of empowering the Fitness Industry….. [Download this article to read more…]

RISK ASSESSMENT OF THE INJURY OR PAIN

Injuries are classified into “high risk” or “low risk” by the PT (Personal Trainer) so they can decide accurately and confidently which injuries can be trained through [Download this article to read more…]

EvaluAtation of movement patho-mechanics

Movement dysfunction is based on a deeper understanding of:
+ Poor Positioning – are clients beginning the exercise properly,
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Hands-on loosening TECHNIQUES

New ‘general stretches’ and ‘point stretches’ (trigger pointing) are taught for each body area, and old stretches are revised and corrected if necessary. [Download this article to read more…]

Activation drills & techniques

To improve muscle control and stability of joints. Rehab Trainer here introduces a ground-breaking concept that is applied to each body area.  [Download this article to read more…]

BLENDING REHAB INTO LIFE

Critical Path Exercise Prescription is the generally underrated skill that entails creating the right “stepping stone” exercise that the client can do without pain, and use to retrain patho-mechanics.  [Download this article to read more…]

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