Medical Exercise Specialist On-Site Workshop
Medical Exercise Specialist On-Site (MESOS) workshop is the most comprehensive medical exercise/post rehab workshop available today for fitness professionals. Register now for the MES On-Site Workshop and “Bridge the Gap Between Health Care and Fitness” while learning the skills and knowledge to develop safe and effective medical exercise training programs for clients with cardiovascular, neurological and musculoskeletal disorders.
To "Bridge the Gap Between Healthcare and Fitness" by providing forums to educate fitness professionals to work cooperatively with medical professionals to develop safe and effective fitness and conditioning programs for clients with musculoskeletal, neurological, metabolic, and cardiovascular conditions. The effectiveness of these fitness programs is based on functional outcome measures universally understood by medical professionals, fitness professionals, and insurance carriers. The goal is to make medical exercise training the next logical step for clients and medical professionals after discharge from physical therapy, chiropractic, and medical care.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about the MES On-site workshop.
What is included in a MEST lesson?
The 50 MEST lessons range in length from 20 – 90 minutes. Each lesson has lesson guides, checklists and even the MEST lesson video is downloadable. This allows you to learn while you’re in the office, at home or even during your commute to work. The MEST format makes it easy for you to absorb, understand and apply medical exercise guidelines and techniques immediately to your clients and practice.
What are the MEST lessons like?
If you are thinking of possibly becoming a MES or PRCS – you’re in for a treat!! The MES and PRCS are considered the “gold standards” for medical exercise professionals. The MEST lessons provide detailed step-by-step approach to review clinical anatomy/pathology, medical exercise training guidelines, exercise techniques as well as marketing approaches. Each of the 50 lessons below is included in the Medical Exercise Specialist Track. 33 of the MEST lessons are included in the PRCS Track.
How much does the MEST cost?
We’ve made the MEST even more affordable. We realize building a successful practice is costly and time consuming. With our MEST Standard option each month you will receive 4 MEST lessons for only $99/month. Using the standard option’s monthly payment option you can complete the MES or PRCS workshops and not be financially stressed. That’s just $24.70 per lesson. If you like a faster pace, you may opt to download all 50 lessons for only $995. Individual MEST lessons are available at $129 each. These delivery options allow you to select the method of learning and payment that works best for you.
How do I complete the MEST program?
Here’s how it works – the MEST program has 50 lessons. Each lesson has an accompanying video, lesson guide and a lesson quiz. Simple download the components of the lesson, review the lesson, and complete the lesson quiz. Each week you will receive a new MEST lesson.
How do I register for the MEST program?
The MEST is available now at www.MedicalExerciseSpecialistTraining.com. Register now for the certification of your choice: Medical Exercise Specialist or Post Rehab Conditioning Specialist. Select the best option below and click the link to register!! Become part of the fastest growing arena in the health and fitness industry…Medical Exercise Training. Remember…”Exercise is Key to Long-Term Management of Most Medical Conditions”. Register now and start building your MET practice while you help your clients function better with less pain and connect with medical professionals in your community. All this from the MEST program!!
Who Should Take the MES Onsite Workshop?
Enroll in the Medical Exercise Specialist Onsite workshop if you are:
A fitness professionals or personal trainer training clients medical conditions in a health club, fitness setting or clients’ homes;
A rehab technician working in a physical therapy clinic, chiropractic office or hospital setting;
A sports conditioning specialist working with injured athletes;
A massage therapist working with lumbar and/or cervical clients;
Or an exercise physiologist working with medically based clients without standardized medical exercise guidelines and protocols to follow.