Balance Training

  1. Have you had a fall in or out of the home in the past year?
  2. Do you use a cane or a walker because of unsteadiness?
  3. Are you unsteady when walking up and down stairs, especially without a railing?
If any of the above statements describe you, you are not alone.  Recent data on falls has shown that:
  • 25% of Americans aged 65+ fall each year
  • Every 11 seconds, an aging adult is treated in the emergency room for a fall
  • Every 19 minutes, an older adult dies from a fall

The alarming statistics show that fall prevention is extremely important for healthy aging, and is vital to prevent the pain and suffering that occurs after a fall and/or hospitalization.  Even if you have not had a life-threatening fall, chances are you may have limited your activities or social engagements because of a lack of confidence in your physical strength.

Social isolation and depression from missing time with your family members should never be a result that you are comfortable with.  Many adults just accept weakness and decreased balance as a normal part of aging, but that is not a fate you have to accept.  At Optimal Recovery & Therapy, we challenge you to participate in our balance training to reduce your fall risk and keep your social life stronger than ever.

Benefits of Balance Training:
  • Reduce fall risk along with the risk of dealth from a potential fall
  • Build physical strength and reduce pain levels
  • Improve overall flexibility throughout the body
  • Receive an individual exercise plan to perform between sessions
  • Avoid restricting your social life because of physical weakness
  • Recovery faster from injuries and reduce chance of reinjuring yourself
  • Receive sessions at home, at your gym, or outside at your local park as weather permits!
Take action today to improve your balance, strength, and life! Click on the button below to schedule an appointment, or contact us by phone (844-313-2246) or email ( if you have further questions.