Personal Training & Transitional Care
The SPEAR Physical Therapy Transitional Care Program is designed for individuals who have completed outpatient Physical Therapy treatment at a SPEAR location, or those outside the SPEAR community seeking the highest quality personal training services.
Who Can Benefit from SPEAR Transitional Care?
Once a patient has completed formal PT treatment, they may be tempted to return to sport too quickly, or conversely, apprehensive about returning to their old routines at the gym. The SPEAR Transitional Care program bridges the gap between corrective exercise and high-level gym activity in a safe, sports-oriented environment, allowing patients to comfortably return to their sport of choice when the time is right.
This program gives athletes and non-athletes alike a unique opportunity to continue their care in a clinical setting outside of insurance constraints. Transitional Care clients have the option to work with either a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy with extensive experience in the strength and conditioning field, or an elite trainer possessing a nationally recognized strength and conditioning certification.
SPEAR Transitional Care Vs. Conventional Personal Training
SPEAR Transitional Care clients enjoy what we feel is the best of both worlds: personal training from a PT and trainer rolled into one. All the PT’s involved in SPEAR’s Transitional Care Program are current and former high-level athletes, and possess a level of training and education you won’t find in a traditional fitness facility.
How Does SPEAR Transitional Care & Personal Training Work?
Through the SPEAR Transitional Care Program, Doctors of Physical Therapy and/or highly skilled and experienced trainers provide a Personal Training experience tailored to meet your individual lifestyle needs and goals.
A SPEAR Personal Training experience begins with a comprehensive fitness evaluation consisting of a thorough medical history, discussion of fitness goals, and strategies on how to achieve these goals.
In each subsequent session, the trainer will provide expert knowledge of physical anatomy and physiology as it relates to weight loss, strength, and general conditioning, with a focus on:
- Total body functional movements
- Core strengthening
- Cardiovascular health
- Education regarding proper lifestyle habits
How much does SPEAR’s Personal Training & Transitional Care Cost?
Note: Personal Training is available for existing PT patients and new patients alike. Check with your employer, as it may be covered by your FSA (Flexible Spending Account).
From a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
$1,000/ 10 session package
From a Personal Trainer
$700/ 10 session package