You can be referred to the Exercise Physiologist Program to work on a variety of health and wellness concerns. Through individualized plans we will provide you with options and tools to make meaningful, positive changes in your life. The program foundations are personal responsibility, group support and education. We work with you throughout the entire program and afterward to ensure your success.
THE PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO:
- Foster your well-being success
- Help you achieve your goals
- Manage specific medical conditions according your doctors permission to start an exercise program
- Achieve a consistent fitness program
- Consult with your doctor to evaluate your progress
Exercise isn’t the only factor that defines whether or not you’re healthy. Everything in your life affects your overall sense of well-being. We work with your doctor, dietitian, physical therapist, clinical psychologist and/or family practitioner to ensure your success. We acknowledge the many facets of your life that affect your well-being, and take a comprehensive approach to fitness, health and wellness. We use the Egoscue Method as a starting point and as you progress, we incorporate exercise routines to achieve your goals.
WHO WILL BENEFIT?
People with conditions such as:
- Orthopedic Rehabilitation
- Multiple Sclerosis
- High blood pressure
- Metabolic Syndrome
- High Cholesterol
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Bariatric surgery
People working on:
- Weight reduction and weight maintenance
- Post-rehabilitation from injury or surgery
- Lifestyle change (new to exercise)
- Educational support materials will be provided; cardiovascular essentials, strength training, goal setting, diabetes, cancer and nutrition, etc.
- Regular contact from staff to motivate you and discuss your progress, success and challenges
- Pre-assessment, post-assessment and health coaching to enhance your goals
- Written physician approval is required prior to starting an exercise program if you have the following: neuromuscular disorder, musculoskeletal conditions or neoplastic, immunologic, and hematologic conditions.