Interviews

Dean Somerset BSc. Kin, CEP, CSCS MEPD

Dean Somerset BSc. Kin, CEP, CSCS MEPD

Interview Date: Thursday, October 13th 2016

BSc. Kinesiology – University of Alberta

Certified Exercise Physiologist

Canadian Society of Exercise Physiologists

Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist

National Strength & Conditioning Association

Medical Exercise Specialist

American Academy of Health, Rehabilitation & Fitness Professionals

Dean Somerset  is a personal trainer, author, and international-renowned public speaker. His specialty is injury and medical dysfunction management through optimally designed exercise programs.
Dean Somerset is a leading authority on strength training and injuries in Post-Rehabilitation. His expertise makes him a highly valued and much respected trainer.
Dean's has treated clients needing post-surgical joint replacement rehabilitation, cardiac rehabilitation, and sports injury post-rehabilitation. He has worked with clients with neural impairments, spinal cord injuries, and cancer. 
Check his webpage for amazing info http://deansomerset.com/

Listen to a great presentation by Dean Somerset about: a PTs view on back pain, Deans top exercise for management and prevention for back pain, and his top tips for getting your patients to do home exercise.

Watch the Interview here

Listen to the Interview Podcast here

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