Personal trainers and coaches often devise exercise plans for athletes. Some people, however, need a plan that is devised by a medical professional. People who have at least one medical condition should consult a doctor because a doctor is uniquely qualified to take the condition into account when creating an exercise plan.
Exercise plans aren not just for helping athletes perform at the highest level. Most people can benefit from following an exercise plan. Such plans can be used to help:
People who are interested in seeing a doctor who prescribes exercise should look for one who has the proper background and experience in devising exercise plans for patients who suffer from medical conditions and/or physical limitations. Such a doctor should be available for regular follow-up visits, at which the patient's progress can be monitored and the plan can be modified as necessary.
Whether an appointment for an exercise plan is covered by a patient’s health insurance policy will depend on several factors:
Patients should check their health insurance policies to see whether their appointment will be covered.
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