Certified Post Rehabilitation Specialist
What is a Certified Post Rehabilitation Specialist (CPRS)? A Post Rehabilitation Specialist is an advanced fitness professional who truly understands the functional anatomy and biomechanics behind both everyday and sport movement.
A CPRS completely understands the joint mechanics, connective tissue, and muscles required with movement and has a solid understanding of biomechanical analysis of prime movements, such as; squat, lunge, diagonal forward, and reverse lunge, recognizing normal vs. abnormal movement patterns. Understands how to assess, correct, and apply this knowledge with research, to design effective programs based on the principles of Periodization Training and Tudor Bompa. Understands the weak links in the body and common movement dysfunctions affecting the neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, and special populations. A CPRS understands the foundation science, assessments, and application science behind human movement. Therefore, is truly an advanced fitness professional who can work with any client helping them achieve optimal health and fitness goals.
How to Become a CPRS
Step 1: Purchase all 10 home study courses
Step 2: Review course 1: Understanding Human Movement and proceed through
each course respectively.
Step 3: When ready to take the online comprehensive examination(125 m/c questions)
contact PTCS to take your examination.
Step 4: Then set up a time for the oral and practical examination.
When you purchase you will be taken to Digital Chalk (our learning management system). You will create a username and password that will give you continued access to your account so you can purchase and engage in your courses and testing.
Videos can be accessed only when a course is purchased.
To access videos:
Step 1. Go to ptcsdigitalchalkcom.digitalchalk.com
Step 2. Sign up on digital. chalk
Step 3. Click on the catalog tab
Step 4. Click on course
Step 5. Check out
Step 6. Down load course
Step 7. Access video
NOTE: You need to watch the entire video before accessing the next video.