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Post-Rehabilitation and Medical Conditions
If you have diabetes, Type I or Type II, studies show that regular exercise
can help you avoid complications and lead a healthier life. We follow
your doctor's guidelines when designing your program and monitor your
blood glucose levels during exercise so you can work out safely and effectively.
From chondromalacia to knee replacements, we work with your doctor and/or
physical therapist to reduce pain, optimize joint stability and enhance
A great deal of back pain is caused by muscle imbalance, core weakness,
bad posture and inefficient movement patterns. We will help you strengthen
and lengthen postural musculature to restore balance, develop your core
muscles to create a stronger foundation for your body, and teach you more
efficient ways of moving to eliminate your current back pain and prevent
it from recurring.
Appropriate exercise programs that include
visualization and breathing techniques can help offset some of the more
difficult side-effects for those undergoing radiation or chemotherapy
as treatment for cancer. Many cancer patients report a higher degree of
pain management, increased strength and energy, a more positive outlook
and faster recovery when they exercised regularly.
Weight-bearing exercise can help maintain your bone density and prevent
further bone loss. We follow your doctor's recommendations to create a
program specifically designed to protect your bones.
Pre- and Post-Surgery
Depending on the kind of surgery you are having, we can design programs
that will help manage pain and speed recovery by keeping surrounding areas
strong and flexible.
Whether due to over-training, surgery, genetic predisposition, skeletal
misalignments or arthritis, joint pain can often be reduced and mobility
improved by strengthening surrounding muscles and improving movement patterns.
We offer stretching and toning classes or one-on-one sessions for those
in wheelchairs. Programs are designed to increase strength, flexibility
and comfort for people with multiple sclerosis, cancer, stroke, paralysis
and other disabling conditions.
Disease Risk Reduction/Overall Health
Hardly a day goes by without a new study pointing to the link between
inactivity and disease. Risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes
(Type II), high cholesterol, depression, anxiety and stress-related disorders
can all be reduced with a consistent, well-designed exercise and nutrition
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