Our fitness programs can help you exercise for your injury. Our personal trainers complete a rigorous 6 month training program to become certified as Medical Exercise Specialists. With us, you can safely achieve your fitness goals without making your injury worse. Also, Medical Fitness Pros is the only personal training studio that works with your medical professional to ensure we have a safe and effective fitness program that will help you achieve your goals.
Medical Exercise Program
If you are trying to recover from an injury, you know how frustrating it can be to get back in shape or even just begin an exercise program again. Many of the things you could do previously are difficult to do now because of the pain associated with your injury. Because of our educational background, we are able to design a program that will keep you safe and help you improve your physique. It is our job to understand your condition and design a program that will help you recover. For example, back pain can come from many different situations; car accident, posture, core weakness, herniated discs, and sports injuries must be treated differently in order to help you recover as quickly as possible. We can design a program that will put your mind at ease knowing that you are on the path to recovery.
When you are injured, eating healthy is usually the last thing on your mind. However, if you are eating properly, your body will get more of the proper nutrients it needs and if you are able to lose weight, it will take stress off your joints. Another important aspects of eating properly is weight loss. If you can lose just one pound of body weight it will take up to 4 pounds of pressure off the knee and 6 pounds of pressure off the knee.
When you have an injured back, knee, or ankle, normal cardiovascular exercise might cause more pain. You know that it is important for you to do cardiovascular exercise, but if it hurts during the activity, you could be causing more damage to your injured joint. Our professional personal trainers can guide you to safe activities to boost your cardiovascular capacity without causing increased pain or additional injuries. Cardiovascular exercise is also great for aiding in weight loss which will also help take the pressure off your injured joints.
Recommended by Physicians
Physicians understand the importance of exercising the muscles after an injury occurs in order to speed up the healing process. Whether you have injured your hip, knee, shoulder or back, there is no doubt that proper exercise can help you recover faster. One mistake many people make is that they think all exercise is the same, not realizing that typical gym exercises can often make the injury worse. When we design our fitness programs, we often work on small muscles in order to improve joint stability, allowing you to recover so you can get back into normal gym exercises. This unique approach is why we often are approached by clients who were frustrated after working with other personal trainers in the past.
Types of Injuries Exercise can Help
There are many types of injuries that we work with on a regular basis.
|Sports Injuries||General Injuries||Medical Condition|
|Tennis Elbow||Bicepital Tendinitis||Arthritis|
|ACL Tear||Central Stenosis||Asthma|
|Golfer's Elbow||Cervical Strain||Carpal Tunnel Syndrome|
|AC Joint Seperation||Fused Ankle||Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA)|
|Achilles Tendon Rupture||Cervical Spine Neck Pain||Chronic Fatigue Syndrome|
|Ankle Fracture||Total Hip Replacement||Congestive Heart Failure|
|Ankle Sprain||Total Knee Replacement||Diabetes|
|Knee Meniscus Tear||Hip Pain||Fibromyalgia|
|Patella Tendon Rupture||Impingement Syndrome||Hypertension|
|Patello-Femoral Syndrome||IT Band Syndrome||Multiple Sclerosis|
|PCL Rupture||Knee Pain||Myocardial Infarction|
|Rotator Cuff Tear||Laminectomy||Osteoarthritis|
|Shoulder Dislocation||Lateral Stenosis||Osteoporosis|
|Tibial Plateau Fracture||Lower Back Pain||Rheumatoid Arthritis|
|Lumbar Disc Herniation||Thoracic Outlet Syndrome|
|Lumbar Spine Back Pain|
|Total Shoulder Replacement|
|Upper Back Pain|