Managing your chronic painAn exercise program for those with chronic pain supervised by an accredited Kinesiologist Book a chat
Live a better life with less pain.
Education to help you understand and manage your pain levels
Exercises to remain strong and minimize use of medicated interventions
Improve your quality of life and mental well-being
This program is designed to help manage and lessen chronic pain levels
Understand the positive impact physical activity can have on decreasing pain levels and improving quality of life
Find the confidence to understand why your body hurts and how to distinguish safe levels vs harmful levels
Learn different lifestyle techniques to make healthier habits
An individualized exercise program tailored to your needs. Supported by research on reducing symptoms associated with chronic pain.
What is Chronic Pain
Why Is Exercise Important
Topics Covered Over 12 Weeks
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“I knew that sitting at my desk all day was probably not helping my back pain, but I was having trouble finding the motivation and time to do something about it. Stephanie helped me set my goals and find the activities that were right for me.”
– David, 38
"The exercises which were given to me, by Emily, have greatly helped me control my chronic back pain. I appreciate her help and dedication."
– Claire, 69
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An individualized exercise program focused on providing effective and safe exercises to reduce symptoms of chronic pain. Supported by research linked to decreasing chronic pain levels. 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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