Help clients alleviate pain and regain freedom of movement as an ACE Corrective Exercise Specialist
Becoming a Corrective Exercise Specialist in The BioMechanics Method®—the world’s first and only step-by-step educational program designed specifically to teach health and fitness professionals how to successfully work with people who experience joint and muscle pain—will give you all the assessment, anatomy, corrective exercise and program design skills and knowledge necessary to help clients correct musculoskeletal imbalances so they can begin, return to or continue a program of regular exercise without limitations.
What’s in the curriculum?
The Corrective Exercise Specialist Program is comprised of five modules. Each module consists of online lessons, digital text material, step-by-step video instruction and demonstrations, client assessment forms, self-check activities and online tests. Learning modules and quizzes must be completed in chronological order. You will have access to all five learning modules at once, but should only commence working on subsequent modules once you have successfully completed the one before it. Multiple-choice quizzes for each module are delivered in a convenient, online format.
- ACE encourages anyone who’s interested to pursue our specialist programs, as we believe that health and fitness professionals with a broad education can better serve special populations in our communities. In order to be eligible for an official designation as an ACE Specialist, however, you must meet one of the following criteria:
- Hold a current professional certification in health education, fitness, wellness, or allied health that is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) or the International Organization for Standardization (ISO 17024)
- Hold a current license as a healthcare professional
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