Course Blueprint

  • What You'll Learn

    In this short training, you'll learn the basic concepts of biomechanics, and how they relate to the application of load during exercise.

  • 2 Hours

    This course can typically be completed in a two-hour timeframe. All attendees have lifetime access to review as many times as needed.

  • Who Can Take This Course?

    This course is open to healthcare providers, manual therapists and students.

Course curriculum

    1. Read This First: The Stimulation

    2. R2F - BIomechanics - Part 1

    3. Biomechanics Part 1 Quiz

    1. Read this First: Transfer of Training

    2. Chapter 2: Transfer of Training

    3. Chapter 2 Quiz

    1. Read This First: Adaptation

    2. Chapter 3: Adaptation

    3. Chapter 3 Quiz

    1. Read This First: Motion

    2. Chapter 4: Motion

    3. Chapter 4 Quiz

    1. Read this First: Forces

    2. Chapter 5: Forces

    3. Chapter 5 Quiz

    1. You've Completed the Course! Here are next steps...

    2. Post Course Evaluation - Required for CE Credit

About this course

  • $45.00
  • 17 lessons
  • 2 hours of video content

Register Now

Register now and gain immediate lifetime access. CE credit is available for chiropractors, physical therapists and athletic trainers in many US states. See CE approvals page for details.

Course Instructor

Tom Teter, DC

Developer of Rehab to Fitness

Dr. Tom Teter is the founder and owner of Engineering Athletes, a rehabilitation and performance enhancement clinic that focuses on assisting athletes in reaching their peak physical potential. Engineering Athletes utilizes a systematic process for long term athletic development integrating manual therapy, rehabilitation, and performance enhancement training. With more than 15 years of clinical experience in clinical practice and strength and conditioning Dr. Teter has treated and trained thousands of athletes at all levels of skill and ability. His clients have ranged from children in youth development programs to elite and professional athletes from a wide variety of sporting backgrounds. Dr. Teter holds a Bachelors degree in Exercise Science from Missouri State University, as well as a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Cleveland Chiropractic College. With his extensive experience in rehabilitation Dr. Teter holds numerous certifications within the industry that have helped him develop injury prevention and performance enhancement programs for numerous teams and individual athletes. In addition to running his private practice Dr. Teter was an Associate Professor and the program director for the Fitness and Wellness program at Park University for 5 years. During his time at Park University Dr. Teter developed the programs curriculum blending the science of exercise with the practical application of strength and conditioning. Because of his experience teaching in academia, Dr. Teter developed his ‘Rehab to Fitness’ continuing education course instructing athletic trainers, chiropractors, and physical therapists how to optimize human movement and design practical training programs. In addition to his work at the University, Dr. Teter developed and created an application for smartphones that determines daily readiness for athletic activity by measuring subjective training loads and physiological adaptation to stress.

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