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Knee Injury Prevention Specialist Most Recent Reviews


“I found this be be a very informative and low stress course. I worked at my own pace, which allowed me to study and read with my busy schedule. I look forward to taking more courses through this format. Thank you.” - Gary Duane Lang II

“Education. To educate.” - Betsy Fernandez

“A much better understanding anatomy which will help my clients. Also I will apply this knowledge to my group exercise classes. Well worth the money.” - Carole Riches

“Increased understanding of medical alternatives for clients. Reinforce the importance of all aspects of exercise including stretching. Knowledge of when to refer a client to their physician.” - Teresa Isenhower-Moyer

“I Have learned so much about the knee and entire leg.” - Diane Dell

“Great information about the structure of the knee. Continue with current activities but emphasize more the posture and safety considerations. Much more thorough than I had ever anticipated.” - Carole Posavec

“How to prevent knee injuries, help those with knee injuries and give good guidance. I am a personal trainer - it's a daily issue with my clients.” - Lynette Froehlich


“I have gained a more functional understanding of the knee and potential injuries. I will use this course to support my clients in their understanding and use of safe methods of exercise. Wow!” - Jonathan Matlock


“Questions I need to ask a client when they say they are experiencing knee pain. Ways to strengthen the muscles in the legs to protect the knee joint from injury. Include prevention exercises in workout circuits with my clients.” - Vivien Shea Gill


“This course has expanded my knowledge on knee anatomy, injuries and treatments. Provide students and clients with modifications for knee issues. I enjoyed this course and will refer to the manual and book as needed.” - Linda Budlong

“A better understanding of the knee, how it functions, and the design. I currently work with some clients who have knee issues. I have given them some of the exercises, and it appears to be helping. The book "Say Goodbye to Knee Pain" is very easy to read and understand. It will be a great resource for my library.” - Rebecca Pierskalla

“Better understanding of the knee. I am now working with several older clients who can benefit for my new understanding of the knee.” - Cindy Hutchison

“Anatomy of the knee. Working with injuries.” - Brenda McAllister

“I have a better understanding of proper knee mechanics. It will be extremely beneficial for all clientele. I can apply this content for every client. For children playing sports to support proper growth and development to the elderly who have abused their knees from years of wear and tear.” - Christine Buckley

“I have learned so much about the knee and intricate all the tendons and cartilage that connect into the knee. It also helps to know a little about the injuries, knee friendly sports and strengthening exercises. I will definitely use the strengthening exercises to help my clients with problematic issues with their knee. Enjoyed the workbook to follow along with the book.” - Shari Beasley

“Exact location of parts of the knee (ligament,tendon etc.) knowing how to design a exercise program for clients with knee problem. VERY GOOD PROGRAM.” - Charles Lipscomb

“The importance of stretching the muscles to prevent loss of flexibility which can negatively affect the knee, a better understanding of the interactions between the muscles and knee joint, and a thorough introduction to the wide range of knee injuries and diseases.” - Denee Scribner

“I have gained a great deal of knowledge regarding ways to better care for your knees, the various types on injuries that can occur and ways to help prevent injuries in the future. I will make sure that my clients are aware of proper posture, form etc while performing the aerobic activities I teach. I will educate them about how to care for their knees especially while doing a class such as Step which can be VERY tough on your knees! Also I had knee surgery this year and can give personal knowledge about what I have learned to do and not do! I really enjoyed the materials this course provided. I felt that information was was well organized and very helpful! Thanks!!” - Jane B. O'Connor

“I have learned a lot about the anatomy and physiology of the knee. This will help me ensure that my clients do not get injured.” - Arin Parks

“A greater understanding of the knee. teaching group fitness and helping clients with knee problems.” - Betty A. Finkenbinder

“Knee injuries – many I was unfamiliar with.” - Kathleen Packard

“I really liked to cd of knowledge offered. The schedule will be something I add to my client informational packet. Knowing muscles and showing clients the diagram will also help as I explain exercises.” - Mary Beth DeVaney

“Information that applies to everyone and for all age groups. Understanding and explaining the reasons to set goals in one's workout program to help prevent injuries or strengthen legs and knee area in rehab. I enjoyed it a lot. It was very helpful.” - Rita Dickinson

“I definitely have a better knowledge of the mechanics of how the knee works and what muscles and tendons need to be strengthened to support the knee. It will definitely help me with working with my clients and explaining what they can do to help make their knee's stronger and prevent possible injuries and to help those with current knee problems. I thought the book provided was easy to read but was very detailed with a wealth of information.” - Mary D Brown

“A better understanding of the anatomy of the knee, how it works, and the exercises used to prevent injury. By training my clients in accordance from what I have learned. Clients with knee injuries will have stronger legs and clients without injury will be taking preventative measures.” - Nicholas Miller

“A much better understanding of knee pain and how to prevent it. I will be able to explain knee injuries to clients and help them with a plan for rehabilitation.” - Lisa Hane

“More educated on knee injuries. Doing specific exercises to assist injuries.” - Jacqueline Baird

"The book, Say Goodbye To Back Pain, is excellent. Covers just about everything you need to know about the back. Will be very beneficial to clients with back problems. Excellent.” - Patricia J. Blainey

“I am a PTA and I will use the material in the clinic to help patients with core conditioning. I also will be teaching community education courses through our local college. Loved everything about this course. The format, level, and pace.” - Desiree Nowaczyk

“Understanding the complex spine. More focus on the back. Good book.“ - Dawn Rachelle Weyand

“I have gained a deeper understanding of back problems and the root cause. With the knowledge learned I can better design a core workout for my clients to improve strength and prevent back pain and injuries.” - Debbie Dehler

“A great refresher on some basics we may sometimes overlook. By utilizing this information in an informative instructional manner. Very easy to follow. Was a pleasure to undertake.” - Mitchel A. Incorvaia

“Expanded understanding. Sharing with employees.” - Jim Cunningham

“Knowledge on how to work with clients with different types of back injuries and how to prevent them. I will implement some of the stretches and strengthening exercises in some of my classes. Very detailed and helpful.” - Martha Franks

“Recap on anatomy, evolved exercise philosophy. continue to promote prehab and rehab with proper posture during all movements. Up to date info!” - Justin Hagen

“Much more insight into the complicated spine! Deeper knowledge will make me more aware of how to safely prescribe exercises to clients. Very easy to follow!” - Amy Esterhay

“Wonderful info on injury prevention, care, exercises. Will apply in all my classes as the back is fundamental to all the movements we do in class. Very informative.” - Kathryn A. Moran

“Detailed understanding of various back injuries. Pass the knowledge on to my clients.” - Viktoriya Drukker

“I have gained a more thorough understanding of the way muscles in the back (& surrounding the spine) function, and I now have more ideas for preventing back injuries. I will share information on the prevention of back injury, I will encourage exercises focusing on back health, and I will teach these with more confident and assurance.“ - Tamaria S. Fetzer

“Great exercises for core strength, spine mobility . I will use some of the exercises in my Yoga class and I will use some of the education information to educate my clients.” - Kathleen Domschot

“New exercise ideas to use with my clients.” - Nickole Barker

“Great review of mm's but very technical and hard to retain the info.. great that we get to keep the books as reference. afraid the test will be difficult because the material was very detailed. Teaching it in clinic and using it for personal benefits.” - Michelle Coash

“Better understanding of the many reasons for back pain. The Back Injury Prevention Manual has numerous practical exercises to strengthen the core to prevent back injury which I can use in my work.” - Sheri Fulton

“Insight to the complex mechanics of the back. Preventative training with my clients.” - Jamie Guyer

“More knowledge & CECs! Will use information acquired to educate clients to work more effectively during workouts. Got a lot of useful information from course. Enjoyed materials, easy to follow.” - Michelle Pena

"Better working knowledge of the spine, injuries, treatments and prevention. I am mostly a bodyworker, so this will help me in treating these clients effectively.” - Jennifer Shaw

"Deeper understanding of the spine and back injuries. I have a wide range of clients that I can further help.” - Katherine O'Connell

"Great review of information. Information transfer and education to patients.” - Tom Zolezzi

"A more in-depth knowledge of spinal pain syndromes. Many of my students suffer from pain syndromes. This knowledge helps me to understand their pain, and train them with pain-relief as a goal.” - Karen Hite

"I have a better understanding of proper knee mechanics. It will be extremely beneficial for all clientele. I can apply this content for every client. For children playing sports to support proper growth and development to the elderly who have abused their knees from years of wear and tear." - Christine Buckley


"I have learned so much about the knee and intricate all the tendons and cartilage that connect into the knee. It also helps to know a little about the injuries, knee friendly sports and strengthening exercises. I will definitely use the strengthening exercises to help my clients with problematic issues with their knee. Enjoyed the workbook to follow along with the book." - Shari Beasley

"I will apply the content of the course to my clients daily workouts!! Have numerous clients that fall within this category and most of the material has confirmed my approach to knee rehab and future strengthening exercises. We need to put more emphasis on learning how to deal with youth knee injuries/pain. Coaches, PE instructors, parents need to have this info impressed upon them." - Carol Anderson

"I am more educated on knee injuries and doing specific exercises to assist with injury prevention." - Jacqueline Baird

"I have gained a great deal of knowledge regarding ways to better care for your knees, the various types on injuries that can occur and ways to help prevent injuries in the future. I will make sure that my clients are aware of proper posture, form etc while performing the aerobic activities I teach. I will educate them about how to care for their knees especially while doing a class such as Step which can be VERY tough on your knees! Also I had knee surgery this year and can give personal knowledge about what I have learned to do and not do! I really enjoyed the materials this course provided. I felt that information was well organized and very helpful! Thanks!!” - Jane B. O'Connor 

"I found this be be a very informative and low stress course. I worked at my own pace, which allowed me to study and read with my busy schedule. I look forward to taking more courses through this format. Thank you." - Gary Duane

"This course broadened my knowledge of the anatomy of the knee and the exercises necessary for gaining strength and flexibility to protect the knees. I will promote the importance of strengthening the muscles that support the knee and flexibility." - Diana B. Miller




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