“I really liked that the training was based on clinic resources we receive with membership. It’s both up skilling and providing us with resources that we can implement straight away … Fabulous course and resource kit – thank you!”
“The evidence info was very valuable. Very worthwhile.”
“I thought it was great to have all the common exercises displayed in order of progression with all the evidence for them referenced. Just saved me hours of research. Now I have the information handy to justify why I recommend certain exercises and the benefits of them.”
Each of our exercise prescriptions contain step-by-step instructions, teaching points, research, neurology and pathology tips and communication guidelines so you can be an instant expert in your clinic.
Pre-collated for specific conditions: jaw, neck, upper back, lower back, shoulder, abdominals, yoga, lateral epicondylagia, hip, gluteals, patellofemoral pain, pregnancy, Achilles tendinopathy, plantar fasciitis and more…
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“I like the layout of progressions within each area. Substantiating practice is a major plus. I thought it was fantastic!”
“Clinically relevant, Evidence based. Well-explained. I enjoyed the ‘tips’. Easy to read and navigate for future use. I really enjoyed it – found it clinically relevant.”
“I really enjoyed how it was set up: what to prescribe them for, what the client can expect, what to say to the client etc. Really enjoyed the evidence and neuro tip explanation.”
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Download the Registration package zip files and unzip to your desktop.
Upload your own logo to quickly and easily generate your own custom branded exercise prescriptions…
Receive a 35% discount on all continuing education modules.
Prescribe exercises by print or email, using the Practitioner Notes to guide your clients – including instructions, teaching points, phrases, contraindications, evidence & neuroscience.
Becoming an Evidence for Exercise Registered Provider enables you to prescribe evidence-based, ‘practitioner-only’ exercise prescriptions to your clients.
- You can email our resources to your patients during Telehealth consultations
- Better treatment outcomes, improve safety and reduce professional liability
- Increase patient satisfaction when they ask, ‘What exercises can I do at home?’
- Not just another ‘pick and pluck’ exercise app
- Collated, clear and concise printable prescriptions with high-quality photographs
- Grouped for common conditions, body areas & muscle groups by degree of difficulty
- We’ve done the research for you – comprehensively referenced practitioner notes to support each exercise prescription
- Emphasises neuroplasticity & brain–body connection through the nervous system
- For health professionals such as Chiropractors, Exercise Physiologists, Sports Scientists, Physiotherapists & Physical Therapists, Pilates instructors, Osteopaths, General Practitioners, Occupational Therapists, Myotherapists, Yoga Practitioners, Personal Trainers, Gym Instructors
In addition, Registered Providers receive a 35% discount on CPD/CE modules which are accredited for formal hours by many major industry bodies & registration boards.
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Registration also fulfils requirements for informal hours for many registration boards and associations.
To become a Registered Provider and receive a 35% discount on all CPD/CE, please first complete your Registration, then login to automatically receive your discount at checkout
Click here to read what our clients have to say about Evidence for Exercise…
Amazing platform. I paid 4x as much for a much less effective program for my patients.
Great to have all the common exercises displayed in order of progression with all the evidence for them referenced. Just saved me hours of research. Now I have the information handy to justify why I recommend certain exercises and the benefits of them.
Great relation to evidence for the exercise and what the patient can expect. Fabulous!
Evidence for Exercise is a well researched, comprehensive approach to rehabilitating common biomechanical dysfunctions. The ease of use and support from up to date research make it an indispensable tool for most practitioners.
Fantastic explanation of the exercises and why they’re performed. Also love the “what to say to patients”.
As an Evidence for Exercise Registered Provider, you receive immediate download access to the complete library of printable evidence-based exercise prescriptions and a licence to distribute to your clients by print or email.
Fully referenced supporting practitioner notes with click index navigation, including:
- Clear instructions on when to prescribe
- Concise teaching points
- Key teaching phrases
- What to tell your patients for the best effectiveness, extended care and compliance
PLUS access to regular research updates and new exercise prescriptions throughout the yearly registration period
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Professionalism beyond your consultations.
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Be sure to download the free sample exercise prescription & practitioner notes to see what we’re all about here.
|Exercise Prescription||Practitioner Notes||CPD/CE Option Available*|
|Beginner and intermediate exercises for the jaw|
|Beginner and intermediate exercises for the neck|
|Beginner and intermediate Pilates for the upper back|
|Beginner and intermediate exercises for the scapula|
|Beginner and intermediate exercises for the shoulder (elastic band, weights, prone weights, overhead activities)|
|Exercises for lateral epicondylalgia|
|Beginner and intermediate exercises for the lower back|
|Beginner yoga for the lower back|
|Intermediate Pilates for the abdominals|
|Beginner exercises for the hip|
|Intermediate exercises for the gluteals (low tensor fascia latae, high activation non weight-bearing, high activation weight-bearing, step up box, gluteus medius, gluteus maximus)|
|Advanced exercises for the gluteals|
|Beginner open chain and closed chain quadriceps exercises for patellofemoral pain|
|Stretches for the lower body|
|Exercises for Achilles tendinopathy|
|Exercises for plantar fasciitis|
|Beginner and intermediate exercises for the prevention of falls|
|Beginner Nordic Walking|
|Pregnancy exercises for low back pain/pelvic girdle pain|
|Aerobic exercises for pregnancy|
|Exercise Prescription||Practitioner Notes||CPD/CE Option to be Available*|
|Swissball exercises for pregnancy|
|Upper and lower body strength for pregnancy|
|Exercise for rectus diastases abdominis|
|Exercises for Parkinson’s disease|
|High-intensity interval training|
|Relaxation exercises for the upper body|
|Intermediate yoga for the whole body|
|Early shoulder rehabilitation|
|Early knee rehabilitation|
|Elite gymnastics warm-up|
|Advanced kinetic chain exercises for the shoulder|
|Biopsychosocial model for pain management|
*please check the Continuing Education modules currently available for your relevant association here