Balance Physical Therapy offers you the best place to become your best self with qualified and caring physical therapists and NATA and NSCA specialists to guide you on your fitness journey! We offer hour-long Strength and Conditioning sessions with masters-level and doctorate-level physical therapists who are also certified strength and conditioning specialists and athletic trainers with over ten years of experience. Best of all, we make fitness mentally interactive, physically challenging, and fun! When you train with us, you’re training with professionals.
At Balance, we make personal training personal. We customize your training sessions to fit your goals, lifestyle, and needs. Before we begin any program, we meet for an hour evaluation in which we discuss your goals, aspirations, challenges, any health conditions or limitations, and anything else relevant to your fitness success. You will also have the opportunity to decide on whether you would like to work one-on-one with an instructor or be grouped with one other patient.
Balance offers group exercise classes for seniors and older adults. The program is created and under direction of a licensed Physical Therapist and provides a total body workout that can be appropriately modified for clients at any fitness level. Classes are designed to increase muscular strength, flexibility and balance in a small and friendly, supportive group setting. Classes are held twice weekly and are 60 minutes each class. The program is 8 weeks long and consists of 16 sessions.
Classes are held on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Please call us to sign up! 603-890-8844
If you’re the parent or coach of a female athlete, you know how important their sport is to their overall happiness and well-being. But what you may not realize is that young women have a dramatically higher risk of sustaining serious knee injuries than their male counterparts—particularly those who engage in soccer, basketball, volleyball, field hockey, lacrosse, and gymnastics.
The most common—and devastating—of these injuries is injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). An ACL injury can result in significant pain and swelling, up to 12 months of off-the-field rehabilitation, possible costly surgery, and an increased risk for secondary injury or knee replacement later in life.
The good news? Studies show that certain exercises can help prevent ACL injuries while also improving an athlete’s speed, agility, and overall performance.
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You will be astounded by what you can achieve when you learn the proper mechanics of your body, how it moves, and how to challenge yourself safely!
Let us guide you to stability! Call us today at 603-890-8844 to find your balance with our fun and professional team.