RAD Mobility Certifications
movement to your clients lives with our RAD Mobility Certifications.
RAD MOBILITY 1
Utilize the latest research and skills surrounding the nervous system, muscles, fascia, movement, and mobility and stability exercises and immediately start applying these new skills to create effective treatment plans for yourself, clients, and/or patients.
What is included?
√ CEC Value
√ Digital Course Manual
√ Online Exam
√ Interactive Learning Modules
√ Module Quizzes to Check for Understanding
What is Recommended?
√ RAD All-In Kit to engage in kinesthetic learning activities throughout the course
√ Register to be part of the RAD Mobility Live Courses to further your knowledge and skills in assessment, mobility and intervention techniques.
ACCREDITATION: NASM, ACE, ACSM, AFFA, ISSA, PMA, BB, BCRPA, BCAK, NCBTMB, CATA
DELIVERY: ONLINE + IN-PERSON
RAD MOBILITY 2
Learn how to identify, assess, and correct common movement restrictions and gain a deeper level of fascial anatomy and knowledge so you can immediately apply a variety of skills to multiple real-life situations.
ACCREDITATION: NASM, ACE, ACSM, AFFA, ISSA, BCRPA, BCAK, NCBTMB, CATA
RAD MOBILITY MASTER COACH
Demonstrate your passion to others by becoming part of the RAD team! Become a leader on the front lines in our industry and host national and international workshops and courses by learning even deeper knowledge and skills surrounding fascia, movement, mobility, stability, assessments, and interventions.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
DID YOU KNOW
Most people don't know how to prevent, relieve, or fix these muscular-related issues without spending time and money for numerous visits to a health professional?
What could happen if we provided the tools you need, all the education required to apply those tools, and the ability to solve the challenges people face everyday as it relates to mobility dysfunction and musculoskeletal pain?
We have the answer. RAD.
MOVEMENT IS MEDICINE
Pain is very poorly managed in and around the world. In developed countries, chronic pain costs more than cancer, heart disease and HIV combined.
In a 2010 study from the Institute of Medicine, it was discovered that the total cost of pain to society as a whole was between $560 and $635 billion.
Issues: Under-recognition of the problem, lack of education regarding pain assessment/treatment in graduating health care professionals, and grossly inadequate funding for research regarding pain.