Strength and Stability Class

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Strength and Stability Classes

Balance disorders affect people across all walks of life. For older adults, balance-related falls account for more than one-half of accidental deaths. Patient care costs for falls, which are primarily due to balance disorders, exceed $8 billion per year.

Strength and Stability classes are intended for anyone hoping to improve their balance, coordination, strength, flexibility, and overall well-being. Please be sure to speak to your physician before beginning any exercise program. 

Strength and Stability classes are intended for anyone hoping to improve their balance, coordination, strength, flexibility, and overall well-being. These classes include various activities and exercises in a circuit-style environment. Individuals must be comfortable exercising in a group setting and be able to stand and move independently without a cane or walker.

Strength and Stability is offered at various locations and times as follows:

Our Main Clinic located at 3266 Sycamore Road in DeKalb offers three different meeting times:

Monday/Wednesday from 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm

Tuesday/Thursday from 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm

Tuesday/Thursday from 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

 

Our Genoa Clinic located at 540 E. Main Street in Genoa and offers two different times:

Tuesday/Thursday from 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm

Tuesday/Thursday from 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Our next session will begin the week of April 10 and run 4 weeks. The following session will begin the week of May 15, 2017 and will run 5 weeks. 

The cost of any Strength and Stability class is $60.00 each session. Classes run for a 5 week session and include 10 classes. Sessions run continuously through the year and repeat every 6 weeks (1 week off in between sessions). Participants in our Strength and Stability Classes can expect to have an interactive, fun workout experience. Each class has limited space available. Public enrollment begins 3 weeks prior to the new session date. For more information or to check availability and register please contact us.

What does
a physical
therapist do?

Physical therapists are experts trained in the evaluation & treatment of muscle, joint, and nerve dysfunction. We are trained specifically to improve movement & function, relieve pain, and expand movement potential.

freedom to move

Your Right to Choose

The decision of where you go to receive treatment is
yours. If you have a specific therapist or practice you
would like to go to, you should let your doctor or
insurance company know this. Not all physical
therapists or practices are the same and the choice
of your provider is yours.