FitTEST Solutions™


Clear, credible data at your finger tips

  • Medical & Injury History
  • Readiness to Change Ranking
  • BMI & Disease Risk
  • Relative Strength & Flexibility
  • Spine Range of Motion & Loading Efficiency
  • Normative-based Functional Tests
  • Endurance Testing
  • Mix and match tests to customize fitness physicals

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Comprehensive profile, concise presentation

  • Turn-key reports that are professional, client friendly, and referral ready
  • Print to hard copy or electronic storage
  • Electronic transmission ready
  • Choose full or subset reports
  • Track changes over time

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Recommendations & Exercise Prescription

Tailored to meet your client's needs

  • Invites collaboration with other health care professionals
  • Directed program planning to meet specific health and fitness goals
  • Realistically accommodates clients readiness to change
  • Exercise compendium with 100+ photos and descriptions included

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FitTEST™ Academy Videos

Purpose of Fitness Physicals and FitTEST Solutions™
Finding the right Fitness Physical Pathway within my Existing Practice
"Filtering" for need (who should I test)
How do I open a client record?
How do I conduct a TYPICAL Fitness Physical?
How do I interpret the summary of findings
How do I do evidence-based exercise prescription?

About the Developers
Jennifer GamboaJennifer Gamboa, DPT, OCS

Dr. Gamboa is founder and President of Body Dynamics, Inc – a multi-disciplinary physical therapy and wellness center in Arlington, VA that embraces The Rehab-Fitness Continuum. BDI provides integrated, collaborative care to restore, maintain, and enhance physical well-being through the use of physical therapy, massage, acupuncture, fitness physicals and exercise prescription, counseling , personal training, pilates, group fitness and sports enhancement classes. Dr. Gamboa has been practicing for 15 years, and is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist with advanced manual therapy training. Her practice was the recipient of her community’s Best Business Award in 2006, and APTA’s Private Practice Section’s Best Practice Award in 2008. She participated in APTA’s Strategic Thinking Initiative and served as Chairperson for APTA’s Taskforce on Vision 2020. She also serves as a member of APTA’s public relations advisory panel and is a member of the Private Practice Section’s Government Affairs Committee. Dr. Gamboa has lectured extensively on alternative practice models, fitness, wellness, and health promotion, and is interested in helping physical therapists explore and consider new and innovative ways to succeed in practice.

She is committed to advancing physical therapy within a wholistic health promotion and fitness paradigm in a way that recognizes and supports the inherent value of physical therapy at the center of musculoskeletal health care and brings APTA’s Vision 2020 to life.

Nancy White, DPT OCSNancy White, DPT OCS

Dr. White was formerly Associate Director of Clinical Practice at Body Dynamics and is currently Associate Director of Practice at APTA. Her work focuses on supporting members in the area of practice management.

While at Body Dynamics, she specialized in working with patients with complex musculoskeletal problems and helped to develop and support Body Dynamics’ model of cash based practice and integration of fitness and wellness into the practice of physical therapy.

She has lectured with Dr. Gamboa on topics related to cash practice, fitness, wellness, and health promotion and is interested in helping physical therapists explore and consider new and innovative ways to succeed in practice.

Dr. White has served as President of the Foundation for Physical Therapy and was chair of the Foundation’s recent capital campaign. She has served in elected and appointed positions at the national and component level in many capacities and is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist. She is a recipient of APTA’s Lucy Blair Service Award, the Foundation’s Charles M Magistro Distinguised Service Award, and the Orthopaedic Section’s Paris Award.

Reed HumphreyReed Humphrey, PT, PhD

Dr. Humphrey is Professor and Chair, School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science in the College of Health Professions & Biomedical Sciences at the University of Montana. Dr. Humphrey received his BS and PhD degrees from the University of Pittsburgh, an MA degree from Wake Forest University and an MS degree in physical therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University’s Medical College of Virginia, where he also taught for 10 years with joint appointments in Physiology and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. He has 35 years of clinical and research experience in the exercise assessment and treatment of patients with cardiopulmonary and metabolic disease and maintains parallel interest and experience in the testing, training and study of endurance athletes.

Dr. Humphrey is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Association Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, and is a past-president of AACVPR. He also served as head of the World Council for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation from 2000- 2004.

Dr. Humphrey is the only physical therapist to be recognized by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation with its Award of Excellence, the highest award conferred by the association. The award has been given each year since 1986 to recognize outstanding contributions by an individual to the field of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation.

Steven H. TepperSteven H. Tepper, PT, PhD

Dr. Tepper has been a PT for more the 30 years and currently directs the transitional DPT program at University of Montana. He is an adjunct professor with the University of Delaware, University of Maryland, George Washington University, the Ohio State University and other programs. He is also the President of Rehab Essentials, Inc. Dr. Tepper received his BS in Physical Therapy and a PhD in Experimental Pathology from the University of Maryland. His fields of experience include an interest in endurance testing, differential diagnosis of endurance impairments, and the effects exercise training has on disease or the prevention of disease. His professional highlights include President of the Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Section of the APTA, Task Force Member on Clinical Practice Guidelines III for the APTA, recipient of the Cardiopulmonary Sections Linda Crane Merit Award, University of Maryland Alumnus of the Year 2003, and Robert C. Bartlett Award for Innovation in Fundraising from the Foundation for Physical Therapy, 2005. Dr. Tepper has a passion for teaching and life.