Course Blueprint

  • Full Exercise Library Included

    Utilizing several teaching styles for diverse learners, you'll work through a mixture of lectures, white board wrap up videos and video demonstrations each week as each new topic is presented. You'll also have lifetime access to the R2F exercise library with full video tutorial demonstrations of all exercises with progressions and regressions.

  • 50 Hours of Comprehensive Instruction

    This dynamic learning experience offers a mixture of weekly lecture presentations, research articles for review and discussion, video exercise tutorials and demonstration videos as well as supplemental live zoom meetings with guest speakers to enhance your learning. You must successfully pass all quizzes in each Chapter to progress to the next week's trainings.

  • Who Can Take This Course?

    This course was specifically designed for licensed healthcare providers that treat patients in a clinical setting. Learn how to utilize fitness to enhance your patient care and improve outcomes after rehab has concluded.

Registration Options

This course is scheduled to begin in January 2024. Pre-Register now to reserve your seat.

Course curriculum

    1. A message from your instructor

    2. How to Navigate the Online Course Platform

    3. Before we begin...Pre-Course Survey

    4. Course Disclaimer {Required}

    1. Week 1 Meeting Recording: Laying the Foundation

    2. Week 2 Meeting Recording: Creating a System

    3. Week 3 Meeting Recording: Establishing a Baseline

    4. Week 4 Meeting Recording: Building a Plan

    5. Week 5 Meeting Recording: Biomechanics of Exercise

    6. Week 6 Meeting Recording: Restoring Control

    7. Week 7 Meeting Recording: Preparing for Activity

    8. Week 8 Meeting Recording: Cultivating Power - Sprinting

    9. Week 11: Increasing Strength - Lower Body

    10. Week 13: Increasing Strength - Upper Body

    11. Week 14 Meeting Recording: Developing Capacity

    1. Module 1 : Redefining Fitness

    2. Quiz : Module 1

    3. Module 2 : The Physiology of Stress

    4. Quiz: Module 2

    5. Module 3 : Overview of Injury Management

    6. Quiz: Module 3

    7. Module 4 : Practical Principles for Managing Movement

    8. Quiz: Module 4

    9. WBRU : What is Fitness

    10. WBRU : General Adaptation Syndrome

    11. WBRU : Physiological Buffer Zone

    12. WBRU : Functional Continuum

    13. Article : Physical Activity and Exercise

    14. Article : Health Benefits of Physical Activity

    15. Article : Stress and the General Adaptation Syndrome

    16. Article : Homeostasis / Allostasis

    17. Article : Modeling Overuse Injuries in Sport

    18. Article : Regional Interdependence

    19. Article : Movement Variability and Dynamic Systems

    20. Article : Dynamic Systems and Sports Injuries

    1. Module 5 : Integrated Support Team

    2. Quiz : Module 5

    3. Module 6 : The Organizational System

    4. Quiz: Module 6

    5. Module 7 : The Operational System

    6. Quiz: Module 7

    7. WBRU : Integrated Support Team

    8. WBRU : Clinical Audit Process

    9. WBRU : Operational Algorithm

    10. WBRU : Return to Play Process

    11. Article : Managing the Health of the Elite Athlete

    12. Article : Achieving an Integrated Support Team

    13. Article : Integrating Strength / Conditioning into Rehabilitation

    14. Article : Rehab - Control / Chaos Continuum

    15. Article : Strength / Power Training in Rehabilitation

    16. Article : Concepts in Sports Injury Rehabilitation

    17. Article : Recovery : Transition from Medical to Performance

    18. PDF : Fitness Audit Process

    19. PDF : Load Progressions Periodic Table

    20. PDF : Return to Play Process

    1. Module 8 : Health Screening

    2. Quiz : Module 8

    3. Module 9 : Breathing Screening

    4. Quiz: Module 9

    5. Module 10 : Movement Screening

    6. Quiz: Module 10

    7. Module 11 : Performance Testing

    8. Quiz: Module 11

    9. WBRU : Red Light Exercises

    10. WBRU : Movement Triage Scoring

    11. Article : PARQ +

    12. Article : Breathing Pattern Disorders

    13. Article : Use of the Functional Movement Screen - Part 1

    14. Article : Use of the Functional Movement Screen - Part 2

    15. Article : Inter-rater Reliability of the Functional Movement Screen

    16. Article : Reliability of the Y Balance Test

    17. Article : Y Balance Test and Soft Tissue Injury

    1. Module 12 : Programming Taxonomy

    2. WBRU : Training Hierarchy of Needs

    3. WBRU : Training Session

    4. WBRU : Training Template

    5. WBRU : Training Progressions / Regressions

    6. WBRU : Exercise Formula

    7. Article : Periodization of Strength and Conditioning for Rehabilitation

    8. Article : NSCA - Foundations of Program Design

    9. Quiz: Module 12

About this course

  • $1,997.00
  • 49.5 hours of video content

Hear what our attendees have to say:

5 star rating

Great content!

Daniel Leonard

Great content. Very well thought out and presented.

Great content. Very well thought out and presented.

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5 star rating

Very Informative

Nate Stegehuis

I loved the flow and progression in which the information was presented. This course will definitely be a valuable asset to me and my clients going forward!

I loved the flow and progression in which the information was presented. This course will definitely be a valuable asset to me and my clients going forward!

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5 star rating

Fantastic information on how a Chiro should run a gym

Tri Myers, DC

Blown away with how much thought went into this program. Pulled info from SFMA, FMS, DNS, etc.. then with CFSC style work outs. Blended nicely. Highly recommend.

Blown away with how much thought went into this program. Pulled info from SFMA, FMS, DNS, etc.. then with CFSC style work outs. Blended nicely. Highly recommend.

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Your 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.