Frequently asked questions
An ATC is a profession focusing on rehabilitation of athletic injury. ATC is a national certification requiring a bachelor's degree in athletic training. ATCs are required to sit in a proctored examination at an approved test center and pass to BOC standards before credentialing is issued. ATCs are required to submit 50 hours of continued education units every 2 years to maintain the certification. ATCs must prove a CPR/first aid certification as well.
Everyone! Depending on your goals, lifestyle, age, gender and ability, ATX Fitness Therapy has a program for you. Since the ATX Functional Movement Assessment Evaluation is comprehensive and progressive, an ATX Fitness Therapist can identify your needs and work with you through our process!
Yes! if you are cleared to move you are cleared to participate with ATX! ATX Fitness Therapy is designed to help you overcome your injuries in a safe, professional setting with professionals trained in athletic injury prevention and rehabilitation!
As often as you can! We have programs and memberships to accommodate all desired frequencies. ATX recommends 3 times per week to make a productive progress. ATX offers at-home exercises too!
Intrinsic muscles are responsible for stability, synergy and mobility around a joint. Intrinsic muscles are an integral part of a healthy optimal movement in the body and the source of all chronic pain syndromes and injuries due to instability and weakness/tightness compensations.