Condition-Specific Training

About Condition-Specific Training

Available 1-on-1,  Semi-Private, or  Online

Suitable Health Conditions

  • Osteoporosis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Low Back Pain
  • Diabetes
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Stroke
  • Cancer
  • Obesity
  • And More

Having a health condition or physical limitation can add a layer of complexity to strength training and exercise in general. Fortunately, with modifications to exercise selection, range of motion, intensity, rest, etc., you can still gain the improvements in health and fitness that go along with working out. Precision Wellness offers safe and effective workout programs for those with various health conditions, as well as those with joint replacements or who have recently completed physical therapy (post-rehabilitation).

Precision Wellness Personal Training Approach to Post-Rehabilitation:

Precision Wellness Personal Training is NOT an alternative to physical or occupational therapy. It IS, however, a great place to go following the completion of these services. Due to changes in reimbursement rates, you may be discharged from therapy prior to achieving the level of strength and fitness you previously had or that you wish you achieve. Precision Wellness employees are trained in the Barbell Rehab approach to post-rehabilitation and will help you continue where you left off as you work toward your strength and fitness goals.

Precision Wellness Personal Training Approach to Joint Replacements:

After joint replacement surgery and the subsequent physical therapy sessions, you may wish to continue improving your strength and fitness levels. Precision Wellness employees are trained in the aforementioned Barbell Rehab approach to joint replacements. This method provides a framework for progressing exercises following joint replacement surgery. Proper progression generally involves finding the appropriate starting point, then making strategic modifications to the range of motion, load, exercise selection, etc. in order to bring about the improvements you seek.

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