Our expert says:
If you know that diagnosis is correct, then yes, a bio should be able to help you. This is their area of expertise, after all. They're trained in exercise as a form of rehabilitation, or prevention of disease and injury. So this is right up their alley.
Personal trainers tend to have less specific knowledge about medical conditions - not that I'm generalising, I imagine there are some biokineticists who know next to nothing, and some personal trainers who know a lot. But biokineticists should be perfectly able to help you out.
Not sure where you are, else I could refer you on. But hopefully you can find one who is good and they'll be able to adjust your training and help you out
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