International Society of Clinical Rehab Specialists

content-picThe International Society of Clinical Rehab Specialists (ISCRS) is a multidisciplinary professional society serving as the clinical arm of Rehab 2 Performance.  The Rehab 2 Performance network is comprised of the ISCRS, Allied-Health members, and R2P student clubs.  These 3 groups share common goals and principles, uniting them to provide cutting edge health and fitness services across the entire continuum of care.  Allied Health Members represent exceptional and dedicated fitness trainers and strength coaches who adhere to the Principles of the ISCRS.  The student R2P clubs aim to foster the next generation of dedicated specialists. Together these groups are bridging the gap between rehab and performance by applying contemporary approaches in pain management, restoring human function, and fitness. They are facilitating recovery, function, and performance by applying a common set of principles. This society reflects growing emphasis on functional, movement-based approaches offering an alternative from the traditional mindset, which focus solely on the site of pain or on imaging findings. To take advantage of the functional approach, check out the resources or join the society.
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patients-pictureA community of “changemakers” solving the burgeoning health care crisis associated with the widespread physical inactivity epidemic.


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