Medical Exercise Professionals welcome to Day 7 of "40 Days to Medical Exercise Success". Registering and licensing your business is important to establish a bank account, pay taxes, etc. This session reviews the importance of registering your business and obtaining a business license and tax ID number.
Welcome back to Day 6 of the "40 Days to Medical Exercise Success". In this segment we will discuss augmenting the Day 5 video "Writing an article on the "3 - 5 Reasons to Use a Medical Exercise Specialist", by producing 3 - 5 videos supporting the articles written on Day 5. For more of the "40 Days" series please subscribe at www.postrehab.com/blog. #therealmes
Welcome to Day 5 of "40 Days to Medical Exercise Success". Today we will develop an article focusing on the "3 - 5 reasons to use a Medical Exercise Specialist". This article, which will be posted to your blog as well as your social media accounts, This article can become anywhere from 4 to 6 articles depending on the number of reasons to discuss.
Article marketing can be a huge addition to your overal marketing plan. As mentioned in the video, Ernis Schmayr, MES of Hamilton, ON, Canada has used article marketing successfully to attract clients from both the United States and Canada. Start with an article on the 3 - 5 reasons to use a MES. Follow that up with an article on each of the 3 - 5 reasons. This is your start in article marketing. We will discuss this marketing tactic and more in the Medical Exercise Mastermind Blueprint.
Welcome to Day 4 of "40 Days to Medical Exercie Success". The ability to understand and clearly explain your scope of practice and role as a medical exercise professional to clients, medical professionals and others is of vital importance to building your practice. Simply put be able to clearly explain "who you are, what you do, how you do it and who you do it to". If you cannot do this, then someone else may mistakenly define your role.Someone else explaining your role may negatively impact your practice.
This is day 3 of "40 Days to Medical Exercise Success". This video reviews establishing "clarity" as you begin building your MET practice. Over the last 25+ years teaching the Medical Exercise Specialist workshop I have coached many students making the transition from personal training to MET. Lack of clarity is one of the major obstacles to building a MET successful practice. This video explores the importance of gaining "clarity" to build your practice.
Medical Exercise Success....this is the second in our 40 Days to Medical Exercise Success video series. Committing to medical exercise training is a must if you want to build a MET practice. This video will discuss the "commitment".
Making the switch from fitness/personal training to MET is a challenge and requires effort. Fitness has paid your bills for years. You understand the clients, how to market yourself and sell sessions. Now you have to switch gears and market to medical professionals and their patients. It's challenging to say the least.
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A passion for medical exercise training is essential to building a MET practice. This is the first segment of our series – “40 Days of Medical Exercise Success”.
Welcome to the 2020's...the Medical Exercise Training Decade. Changes in Medicare reimbursement will expand the need for medical exercise training. Learn more about METI courses to meet the new challenges by subscribing to our blog at www.postrehab.com/blog.
A common question asked by new Medical Exercise Specialists is..."how many sessions should this client need"? Restoring function can be very challenging and may requuire more sessions than the average "fitness" client. In this video we give some guidelines on MET sessions, frequency and duration for common conditions.
These are general guidelines. Depending on the client's level of involvement and the feedback from the medical professional the frequency, duration and number of MET sessions may change.
The need for Medical Exercise Training (MET) is growing and is now being recognized by some medical professionals. The need for MET services will grow over the next two decades. In this segment we will review the MET Client Management System. This was shot in October 2017 as part of our 30 – 4 – 30 series. Please forgive the reference to the October 2017. The information in this segment is still relevant today and reviews the “initial contact” phase of the MET client management process. We previously discussed the overall concept of the MET Client Management System in an earlier video posted on October 23, 2019. Click here for part 1 of the MET Client Management System series.
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