Empowering fitness professionals
To reduce pain and prevent injuries

As an Exercise Professional, nothing is more important than maintaining momentum with your clients. The one thing guaranteed to slam the brakes on for both you?  Injury. Whether it’s an aching back, a shoulder twinge, or a niggly knee, injury presents a turning point for your relationship. If you have the skills to help guide your client through to recovery, you can both keep moving forward.  The pace may have slowed, but they have confidence in you, and you feel great about your contribution. If you don't know what to do with their pain (or yours), you will join the ranks of your peers, grumbling about the impact that injury is having on your business as yet another booking bites the dust. The choice is yours. Don't let lack of knowledge hold you back. Rise above mediocrity. Rehab Trainer has the world’s best short courses in injury management for Fitness Professionals. Taught by elite Sports Physiotherapists, we have one aim: to equip you to understand and deal with pain and chronic injury in your clients.


If you do not experience a significant boost to your confidence in dealing with client injuries after completing the Rehab Training courses, we will refund your investment.

I already knew a fair bit about Rehab. But this course gave me so many more hands-on skills which referenced my theoretical knowledge. I have new direction in my PT business as a result of this course.

Rupert, Sydney View Testimonials

Get Exclusive Rehab Techniques via email

Find a course near you.
Every Course Covered by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee*


master rehab trainers worldwide

featured master rehab trainer:

Jason Lee

Personal Trainer at Anytime Fitness Kowloon City
Hong Kong

Fitness is my passion, science is the foundation. As a REHAB Trainer I gained knowledge of dealing with common and sports related injuries. Combining science in training programme can drastically improve the results.
A great trainer needs to have a good understanding of human anatomy and how the muscles work together in exercises. The reason a personal trainer is called so is because no two clients have the same need, we all require a personalized training strategy. 


Contact Want more info? Want Rehab Trainer in your city? We are delighted to answer any questions you may have. Please fill in the form below and we will get back to you soon.