The Balance Program
Using the latest VALD Performance assessment equipment our Balance Program assesses and treats the underlying causes of unsteadiness
The Balance Program is an exercise program that is specifically designed to improve an individual’s balance and stability. The program is typically led by a qualified instructor or therapist, such as a Physiotherapist or exercise physiologist, who will design and supervise the exercises.
The program includes various exercises specifically designed to challenge balance and stability, including activities that focus on proprioception (awareness of body position in space) and activities that challenge the vestibular system (the system in the inner ear that helps control balance).
The exercises can include activities such as standing on one foot, walking heel to toe in a straight line, standing and reaching for objects or doing exercises on an unstable surface like a balance board or BOSU. It may also incorporate functional movements and activities to improve balance related to everyday activities.
The class can be designed for people of all ages and fitness levels and are modified to the individual needs and abilities. The class usually takes place in our clinic facilities and may be held as a group class or as individual sessions.
The goal of the balance program is to improve an individual’s ability to maintain their balance and stability, reducing the risk of falls and promoting overall mobility and independence. The program can be especially beneficial for older adults, people with chronic conditions or individuals recovering from an injury, as well as for athletes or people who have a job that requires a lot of standing or walking.
RESIDENTS: $20.00. PUBLIC: $25.00
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