Medical Exercise Therapy

Patient-specific training.


Medical Exercise Therapy (MET) is the process of performing patient specific exercises, for a determined injury or pathology, while factoring in details such as sets, repetitions, resistance, starting/ending positions, range of motion, speed of movement, and type of muscle contraction. In addition physical therapists utilizing MET will take into consideration any contraindications to treatment in the patient’s medical history.

Physical Therapy Institute’s mission is to employ the fundamentals of Manual Therapy combined with Medical Exercise Training, which have been described as the benchmark for the attainment of clinical outcomes, and serves as the foundation of our care.

Interested in MET?