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Evidence for Exercise: Evidence-based exercise prescriptions upper body 6hrs

Evidence for Exercise® has been developed to improve access to high quality scientific analysis and presentation of exercise advice.

The clinical application of evidence-based exercise prescriptions not only results in better outcomes and increased satisfaction for patients, but also improves safety and mitigates professional liability for practitioners.

  • Beginner exercises for the neck
  • Intermediate exercises for the neck
  • Beginner Pilates for the upper back
  • Intermediate Pilates for upper back extension (equipment)
  • Beginner exercises for the shoulder (weights)
  • Beginner exercises for the shoulder (elastic band)
  • Intermediate exercises for the shoulder (standing weights)
  • Intermediate exercises for the shoulder (prone weights)
Self-paced study using provided exercise sheets and practitioner notes. Three case studies and questionnaires to obtain CE hours. Receive immediate confirmation of completion. Included exercise prescriptions and practitioner notes: Exercises for the neck, Pilates for the upper back, Exercises for the shoulder
InstructorAlice Evans
Subject BreakdownNeck Upper back Shoulder
Total Credits6.00
FormatDistance - On-demand
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The clinical application of evidence-based exercise prescriptions not only results in better outcomes and increased satisfaction for patients, but also improves safety and mitigates professional liability for practi

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