Promoting good bone healthAn exercise program for those living with Osteoporosis or Osteopenia supervised by an accredited Kinesiologist Book a chat
Live a better life with Osteoporosis.
Exercise and education to help you maintain bone and muscle strength
Remain strong and combat the fear of bone fractures
Improve your quality of life, physical strength and mental health
This program is designed to help promote strong bones and adapt to the consequences of osteoporosis
Understand the positive impact physical activity can have on your bone health
Find the strength and confidence to continue doing activities you enjoy
Find the motivation to remain on a positive path to long-term health
An individualized exercise program tailored to your needs. Supported by research on bone health and reducing the negative impacts of osteopenia and osteoporosis.
Why Is Exercise Important
Topics Covered Over 12 Weeks
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"Even though I don’t always get to see my coach in person, following his exercise program has become an integral part of my life. He is always available, by phone or email, if and when I have questions or concerns. "
– Judy, 72
"My posture has changed over the last 5 years dramatically despite having been an active and healthy person all my life. I needed help to learn what I can do to remain active with my osteoporosis as well compensate for my increasing balance issues. My sessions help me enormously."
– Josephine, 77
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An individualized exercise program tailored to your needs and designed to help promote strong bones and adapt to the consequences of osteoporosis. Supported by research on bone health and reducing the negative impacts of osteopenia and osteoporosis. For more information regarding how this program can help you, visit our detailed program page. More InformationHow much does it cost?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call to discuss pricing. Contact us to discuss the options according to your budget. Contact UsHow long is the program?
This program lasts 12 sessions. It is typically suggested to have 1 session per week, therefore lasting approximately 3 months. Note, there is a possibility to continue on after your 12 sessions are complete.How do I find the Kinesiologist?
There is no effort required on your part to find a Kinesiologist. We will match you with an experienced and qualified Kinesiologist who is in your area.Does my insurance cover this?
Every insurance plan will be slightly different. If you are unsure as to which paramedical services are covered by your plan consult this document to contact your insurance provider and determine the coverage. When contacting them, ask the following: “I am going to be working with a Kinesiologist/Exercise Physiologist to do a supervised exercise program, will I have any coverage for this?”Where does the program take place?
Our programs are offered in your home, or workplace so that you do not have to worry about traveling to a gym or center. We are currently offering two different methods; in person with the Kinesiologist who travels to you, or remotely where the Kinesiologist will connect with you online via Zoom.
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