CORA Services & Programs

Senior Services

Balance Training


» Focus on Fall Prevention
» Low-Impact Muscle Strengthening Exercises
» Pain-Free Sessions Scheduled at Your Convenience
» Licensed Therapists & Clinicians

More than 90 Million Americans have experienced a balance disorder and 35% of people over the age of 65 will fall each year. That number increases to 50% for people over the age of 85. Falls account for more than half of all accidental deaths among the elderly however there is a treatment option available for dizziness or disequilibrium which can prevent 30-40% of all falls.

Balance training can successfully treat most types of balance disorders. The therapy consists of special exercises that are provided by a licensed clinician. Some of the procedure we incorporate into your program include:

     - Customized Balance Retraining Exercises
     - Gait Retraining
     - Safety Training
     - Vestibular Adaptation Exercises
     - Muscle Strengthening

Our goal is to eliminate or reduce your symptoms and help you function normally in your daily activities. Balance training is provided in convenient sessions, one to three times a week depending upon your specific condition. Your treatments will be individualized to your needs and adjusted to your progress. A follow-up home exercise program can help reduce your risk of having a fall. Imbalance and disequilibrium may be successfully treated so you do not have to live with the fear of falling. Restoring balance in your life is simple, painless, and is covered by Medicare and most insurance.

Our fall and balance disorder program treats and rehabilitates individuals with dizziness and balance disorders. Using a multidisciplinary team approach with the latest skills, patients with vertigo, imbalance, or movement coordination problems can be effectively treated.

Balance Self Test: Take this simple test to determine if you are at risk for a fall. A yes to one or more questions could make you at risk:

     1. Have you fallen more than once in the past year?
     2. Do you take medicine for any of the following: Heart Disease, Hypertension, Arthritis, Anxiety?
     3. Do you feel dizzy or unsteady if you make sudden movements?
     4. Do you experience blackouts?
     5. Have you had a stroke or other event that affects your balance?
     6. Do you experience numbness or loss of sensation in your limbs?
     7. Do you use a walker, cane, or wheelchair for assistance?
     8. Are you inactive?
     9. Do you feel unsteady when you are walking or climbing stairs?
     10. Do you have difficulty sitting down or rising from a seated or lying position?

Most health insurance accepted so contact the nearest clinic and we will help get things started.

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