It seems sensible and within the scope of practice for trainers to rely on Physiotherapists and Doctors to diagnose and guide their client medically. The majority of the medical professionals I have met have a bias towards a biomedical model of medicine. Medical professionals keeping the focus on the control of pain through pharmaceuticals and in some cases, surgery leaves the trainer to help the client understand the reasons and research behind the decisions, while still enjoying the workouts.
To manage an experience, first we need to define the word experience, and if you read the research then that is a nightmare on its own –
“An experience of emotion is a state of mind whose content is at once affective (pleasant or unpleasant) and conceptual (a representation of your relationship to the world around you)—is consistent with recent theoretical insights in the neurobiology of consciousness.”
Barrett, L.F., Mesquita, B., Ochsner, K. N., and Gross, J.J. (2007) “The Experience of Emotion” Annu Rev Psychol