Trevor Wicken has been a medical fitness practitioner for the past 20 years and is passionate about setting his clients free from pain and restrictions through exercise.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine from Colorado State University and a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science from California University of Pennsylvania.
Trevor is an NASM certified corrective exercise specialist, performance enhancement specialist, and elite personal trainer.
He also serves as a level multi-level Z-Health neuro-movement specialist, Levle 2 Neurokinetic Therapist, and TRX Sports Medicine Practitioner. He has a broad background in the fitness industry including training and management in
medical, private, commercial, and specialty based fitness centers.
Trevor has an extensive background in the medical fitness industry and has worked on clients ranging from 9 years old to 97 years old.
Trevor’s deepest passion lies in working with clients with neurological conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke Recovery, Total Brain Injuries, and Alzheimer’s Disease. He also enthusiastically works with individuals whose lives are affected by, arthritis, total joint replacements, spinal pain, orthopedic injuries, bariatric surgery, diabetes, hypertension, fibromyalgia, cancer, motor vehicle accidents, and sports medicine return to sport.
Trevor has worked with Division I athletes, some of whom have been professionally drafted, Olympic medalists in training, current and retired professional athletes.
Trevor also has a passion for writing, speaking and presenting on topics related to medical fitness, lifestyle management, and personal development. He has presented to medical patient support groups, physician groups, medical conferences, fitness conference, medical fitness webinars, personal training organizations, and government health and wellness organizations.
Currently Trevor’s primary focus is growing the MS GYM, the largest platform for movement, mindset, and education for the MS community.
His lifetime goal is to set one million people with MS free to live a life by design not by diagnosis.