Exercise Therapy consists of carefully designed exercise programs that have a favorable impact on the outcome of most conditions. After an assessment by a trained Medical Professional, realistic goal is set by the Medical Professional. An Exercise Therapy Specialist works with the client to meet the goal. The goal might be to bring an athlete back to peak performance after an injury, or continue building strength post-physical therapy, or manage a specific condition like Parkinson's Disease, or prevent disease like Type II Diabetes. Exercise therapy prevents further dysfunction. It facilitates, restores, improves and maintains function.
All conditions can benefit from exercise.
Improve heart and lung function
Improve muscular strength
Prevent Coronary heart disease
Prevent colon cancer
Build bone density
Increase total energy intake
Prevent weight gain
Prevent Type II diabetes
Improve life quality and life expectancy
Specialists in Exercise Therapy are Certified professional who are trained on biomechanics of body, safe movement, and sound nutrition.
Exercise therapists are not Physical Therapists.
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