Do you have any set of exercises to use with individuals who have osteoporosis (this person also has arthritis and cervical spinal stenosis, and according to her Physical Therapist, should do weight bearing exercises, but keep her spine in neutral position, and not lift anything above her shoulders.
Osteoporosis, arthritis and central stenosis. Wow.
I can’t believe a licensed physical therapist okayed group fitness.
Although this is not going to answer your question, here is my position.
If you can’t explain the pathophysiology of the disease/condition in question, if you don’t have a good grasp of the arthrokinematics of the involved joints, then you are taking a great risk.
Even if you have written clearance, as a fitness professionals we all must recognize where our area of expertise begins and where it ends. Too, even it if is within your scope, it doesn’t mean that a fitness professional is prepared to train an individual presenting with so many clinical conditions.