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Post-Orthopedic Rehabilitation for Personal Trainers

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Provider: ACE - American Council On Exercise Type: Self-Paced / Home Study Approved By: ACE 0.6 CECs , ACSM 6.0 CECs Included in Course:Online Content Online Quiz $119.95 Add To Cart

Post-Orthopedic Rehabilitation for Personal Trainers

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  • Learn exercise progressions and specific rehabilitation techniques to serve clients recovering from common injuries including sprains and fractures. Based on content from Post-Orthopedic Rehabilitation for Personal Trainers, this online course helps personal trainers safely transition clients back to a total body program, and how to avoid further injury during phases of tissue healing.

     

    You will learn:

    • Phases of tissue healing and a systematic approach to exercise following an injury
    • Common injuries involving upper and lower extremities, including the mechanism of injury, structures involved and healing constraints
    • Goal-setting strategies when working with post-orthopedic rehabilitation clients
    • Exercise progressions for individuals with specific injuries
    • To institute effective communication with clients’ healthcare providers

     

    This course is included in our Orthopedic Exercise Specialty Certification.
    Learn more about how you can become a specialist. »

     

    Customer Reviews

    Diane (ACE Certified Professional)

    4/29/16 7:19 AM

    Absolutely ridiculous!!! You need to read 67 pages ONLINE of sophisticated, highly technical and medical material that is intended for a doctor or physical therapist, not a personal trainer or group instructor! And take notes???? hah NEVER accept any "bundle" unless it is hard copy. I actually needed to print out the 67 pages, and still used Google to answer some of the intricate, complex quiz questions. There was no index or table of contents, either. I do not believe that our ACE specialists who charged $316.00 for the bundle, would even be capable of passing this test? I PASSED, but missed 9 questions...more than I have ever missed on any other test that I can remember. It was embarrassing. The additional two books (hard copies) were excellent, informative and helpful. A frustrating experience in re-certification. And I have re-certified every 2 years since 1991.

    Antony (ACE Certified Professional)

    4/26/16 4:19 AM

    The course content was good, however the e-book format was terrible. A proper book is much better study aid.

    Casey (ACE Certified Professional)

    3/31/16 12:17 AM

    Very indepth and informative. Exactly the type of reference I was looking for, although I wish that it wasn't a single chapter. This is far better than the "Framework" Series, which shouldn't be included in the program at all, because theyre for the layperson that is new to working out, not the advanced health fitness specialist.

    Joan (ACE Certified Professional)

    2/24/16 10:38 PM

    Written for the professional personal trainer. Very concise and packed with excellent information. No fluff.

    Jennifer (ACE Certified Professional)

    11/25/15 4:25 PM

    Very thorough overview covering many pathologies of common ailments in todays society, without getting so technical that it would become difficult to understand. I was pleased with the course.

    Dominic (ACE Certified Professional)

    10/13/15 10:06 AM

    Very Challenging. Felt that some questions were trick questions.

     

    ACE RESPONSE: Thank you Dominic for your feedback. 

    Mario (ACE Certified Professional)

    9/14/15 2:47 PM

    Lots of good and practical information.

    Claire (ACE Certified Professional)

    7/29/15 10:58 AM

    This is three chapters from a textbook - an easy read, but it seemed like an interactive module from the description, so I was a little disappointed. I did like how all of the lower extremity injuries were described in the same manner: description of injury, signs and symptoms, precautions, interventions, and restorative program (flexibility, strengthening, and functional integration). This way of laying out the information makes it easy to read and even easier to go back and look up information that I want to know. But, there is a good bit of information that gets repeated because each chapter is written by a different author.

    carolyn

    7/28/15 2:14 PM

    I answered question 34 incorrectly. I went back to my studies and looked it up. If I had to answer it again, I would answer it the same way. Would you please help me understand. Thank you.

     

    ACE RESPONSE:  Thank you Carolyn for your feedback.  An ACE representative will reach out to you shortly.

    Sara (ACE Certified Professional)

    2/8/15 1:42 PM

    Because the pages for the answers to the questions are not given in the question it is more time-consuming to reread and search for the answers...

    Kelly (ACE Certified Professional)

    1/20/15 8:27 PM

    Informative, but dull. Material wasn't all relevant to what I was seeking. (I'm not a medical professional, I'm a personal trainer!)

     

    ACE RESPONSE:  Thank you for your feedback.  An ACE representitive will contact you shortly.

    Mark

    7/7/13 12:17 PM

    This a must do for all trainers, i would however like to see more detail on the upper body dysfunctions,but overall excellent

    ACE RESPONSE: Thank you for the feedback! We hope you can incorporate it with your clients!

    Alan

    2/24/13 1:27 PM

    It's a PDF file taken from the Advanced Healht and Fitness Specialist Manual. You're basically reading a textbook so it isn't the most fun but the information is useful.

    Margaret (ACE Certified Professional)

    8/27/10 5:33 PM

    The information contained in the course is an absolute must for personal trainers!

    Amy

    8/4/10 11:50 AM

    One correction needs to be made to the exam. #2- "weight bearing as tolerated" is in the minimal protection phase. This was my answer and it was marked incorrectly. Support for this answer is on pages 421-422 (chapter 17 of AFHS book). Thanks

    FROM ACE: Thank you for your feedback and catch of this error. It has been corrected and the revised quiz is now available.

    Katherine

    5/26/10 1:59 PM

    I learned so much during this course and would highly recommend it to fellow personal trainers.

     

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