METI Certification Renewal Update


Hello everyone. I hope this feeds you safe and healthy. Covid 19 has certainly changed our world. I know it's had a huge impact on our medical exercise professionals. I know many of you have MET and post rehab certifications which are about to expire or have expired. We realize many of your are limited in your abiity to see clients you can see as well as access to PT and rehab facilities to perform observation hours. Follow the link below to renew your certification:


Click Here for Certification Renewal


With that in mind we have made some modifications to our renewal policy. We hope this makes it easier to renew and maintain your certifications. The changes include:

1. Only 5 hours of observation hours and your MET/post rehab related course work is required to renew;

2. Regardless as to when your certificate expired, you will only pay the $50 renewal fee. The reinstatement fee is waived until further notice. 

3. If you are unable to complete observation hours...

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Medical Exercise Success - Day 6


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  #therealmes

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Are You Sure Your Client's Pain......Is Muscle or Posture??


Medical exercise training and corrective exercise are growing rapidly. It’s important to make sure both concepts are used appropriately. Many clients may report pain and discomfort to their fitness professional. In many instances, the immediate response is to think of an exercise to manage the discomfort. Obviously, the personal trainer, corrective exercise specialist or medical exercise professional cannot diagnose. But there should be some process to determine if the client should seek medical care.

In the corrective execise realm the response may be to put the client through a screening to determine what exercise will manage the discomfort or the accompanying muscular imbalance. We need to start thinking beyond muscular and postural imbalances as the source of client pain and discomfort. In many cases, these non-muscular/postural sources of discomfort are not considered by the corrective exercise specialist or personal trainer.

In the METI – Medical Exercise...

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