This 15-minute follow-up consult is designed for you and your athletic trainer to check-in and ensure your continued success!
What is an athletic trainer?
Often there is confusion between athletic trainers and personal trainers. The titles may seem like they perform the same job, but their duties are actually vastly different. Athletic trainers are medical professionals and must have a degree in athletic training to be certified. Personal trainers often received training from a shorter program to be certified. The focus of both jobs is the body, however, personal trainers focus more on aesthetics, overall strength, and athletic ability. Athletic trainers work with physical therapists, physicians and other medical professionals in order to prevent and treat injuries. A typical setting where an athletic trainer works is within college, high school, or professional sports, but their skills are now being more widely recognized and you will see athletic trainers popping up in more diverse settings as time goes on.
VIRTUAL ATHLETIC TRAINER
How Virtual Athletic Training Works?
Virtual Athletic Training with a Certified Athletic Trainer is similar to services provided by a virtual Physical Therapist. Athletic Trainers can help you through musculoskeletal issues with education and advice via a video conference. The only difference between your experience with a Certified Athletic Trainer and a Physical Therapist is the specific areas of expertise that your provider has. The virtual Certified Athletic Trainers and Physical Therapists work together to provide the best service possible.
In your first consult, your athletic trainer will ask questions to understand the nature of your condition, contributing factors, and listen for your goals to create your program. Next, they will help you go through specific movements to identify factors contributing to pain and dysfunction. Finally, you and your athletic trainer will discuss the findings and determine the best plan of care to reach your goals. This often includes education on exercises, stretches, and posture that sets you up for success.
After the first consult, your Certified Athletic Trainer will empower you with a treatment plan to improve your health and get you back to your activity.
You can schedule follow up appointments as you need them.
Virtual Certified Athletic Training Is...
FASTER, BETTER, CHEAPER and more CONVENIENT care!
- Book an Appointment
- Get an Assessment
- Start Recovery
How it Works
Follow-up Consult (15 minutes)
What do I get?
This 15-minutes is the average amount of time needed to experience a successful athletic training visit. Whether you are scheduling on a week-by-week basis, or you want continued accountability and support as needed, these check-ins acknowledge where you are at within your injury prevention or treatment journey. We will address potential setbacks, provide further tips and education, celebrate accomplishments, and provide ongoing support in areas that you are still working on mastering.
- Schedule your initial 15-minute telehealth consult
- Increase the success of your exercise program
- One-on-one coaching that works for you!
Products recommended with services:
These products and educational links are recommended to you in order to enhance this series of appointments.
- Resistance bands
- Foam roll
- Specifics determined during services
- Determined during services
People who have benefited from the Athletic Training Consulting program have also enjoyed the [Full Body Stretching Program], [Full Body Strengthening] and [Weight Loss Program].