LEARN HOW OSTEO-CIRCUIT HELPS YOU REACH YOUR “PEAK” PERFORMANCE
Osteo-Circuit was chosen as a research project by the physiotherapy department of the University of Toronto. The study concluded that osteo-circuit modified key risk factors for falls and therefore reduced fracture risk in patients who adhered to the program. The recommendation was that osteo-circuit be expanded to other clinics and community settings.
If you have been diagnosed with osteoporosis or low bone density, it’s important to do the correct exercise to increase your bone health and overall fitness. Certain exercises are actually harmful. Know the “dos” and “don’ts” when it comes to your exercise program.
If you have osteoporosis you need to be reassured that you are:
Osteo-circuit Physiotherapists oversee your program and help you experience your maximum benefits.
You will undergo regular reassessments to evaluate your progress and adjust your exercise routine as needed. This allows you to continually progress and to reach your “peak performance”. Our patients look forward to these reassessments to see how much they have improved.You will receive a record of these reassessments.
Research indicates that an exercise program for people with osteoporosis or low bone-density should include specific kinds of exercises. Your exercise program will focus on improving your:
You will undergo an osteo-circuit assessment by the physiotherapist to determine your medical and physical status and to design your exercise program. We also ask what personal goals you have and in which activities you enjoy participating.
Many people have other conditions such as arthritis, back pain or joint replacement that must be considered in the design of their exercise program. Your alignment, posture, range motion, strength, and flexibility will be assessed. Your heart rate and blood pressure will be taken before your physical testing. We ask you only to do what you are comfortable and confident to do.
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