I Want To Live A Happier, Healthier Life

9 in 10 seniors wish to age in place and continue their independent lifestyle. The number one reason in which individual must move from their home is due to a decline or failing health. Through regular, consistent exercise one can maintain, and improve their current health, while also helping themselves age in place, live independent, and keep up with various hobbies throughout retirement. 

 

 

 

  • I Would Like to Take My Health into My Own Hands  LEARN MORE
  • I Live Independently and I Would Like to Age in Place  LEARN MORE
  • I’ve Just Finished Physical Therapy and I Would Like to Continue My Progress  LEARN MORE
  • My Doctor Recommended I Start Exercising  LEARN MORE
  • I Want to Live a Happy, Healthy Life  LEARN MORE
  • I Want to Keep Up with My Grandchildren  LEARN MORE

I Would Like to Take My Health into My Own Hands

At LiveWell Health we hope to see a shift in a proactive approach now and continuing into the future. We wish for individuals to take matters into their own hands.

For those who wish to take their health into their own hands we recommend our Wellness Specialist led exercise sessions. Our team offers a number of different options that include supervised, one-on-one (or semi- private) exercise sessions designed to improve physical functioning, reduce pain, promote independence, and improve strength, balance and posture.

If you would like to learn more, please call to schedule your free initial consultation. We are happy to answer any and all questions at your convenience.

I Live Independently and Would Like to Age in Place

One of the limiting factors when it comes to independence is deterioration of health. Often times individuals are misled, and believe loss of independence due to chronic conditions is a normal part of aging. Although there are a number of chronic conditions that are more closely associated with aging, the aging process should not consist of pain, disease, and lack of independence.

Our most popular option for those who are either choosing to be proactive about their independence, or have concerns for their independence we recommend one-on-one supervised exercise sessions with our team of Wellness Specialists. Following initial consult, individuals will undergo evaluation. The evaluation will allow our team to create an individualized program fit for your needs, and goals.

If you would like to learn more, please call to schedule your free initial consultation. We are happy to answer any and all questions at your convenience.

I've Just Finished Physical Therapy and I Want to Continue the Progress

One of the limiting factors when it comes to independence is deterioration of health. Often times individuals are misled, and believe loss of independence due to chronic conditions is a normal part of aging. Although there are a number of chronic conditions that are more closely associated with aging, the aging process should not consist of pain, disease, and lack of independence.

Our most popular option for those who are either choosing to be proactive about their independence, or have concerns for their independence we recommend one-on-one supervised exercise sessions with our team of Wellness Specialists. Following initial consult, individuals will undergo evaluation. The evaluation will allow our team to create an individualized program fit for your needs, and goals.

If you would like to learn more, please call to schedule your free initial consultation. We are happy to answer any and all questions at your convenience.

My Doctor Recommended I Start Exercising

The fast-paced nature of our healthcare system does not allow for family physicians or specialists to develop an exercise program for every patient that comes through their door.

We work with physicians, concierge physicians, nurses, and many others in order to create and implement a plan that will improve one’s health. We prefer to understand the specifics regarding your wants, needs, and goals. Our initial consultation and physical evaluation will allow us to create a program to fit you.

If you would like to learn more, please call to schedule your free initial consultation. We are happy to answer any and all questions at your convenience.

I Want to Live a Happy, Healthy Life

One of the more important variables to create a happy, healthy life is a consistent exercise routine. Not only has exercise been proven to increase physical functioning, and reduce pain, but it also improves mood, reduces stress, and increases energy levels.

For those who wish to take the next steps towards a happier, healthier life we recommend Wellness Specialist led exercise sessions. Our team offers a number of different options that include supervised, one-on-one exercise sessions designed to improve physical functioning, reduce pain, promote independence, and improve strength, balance and posture.

If you would like to learn more, please call to schedule your free initial consultation. We are happy to answer any and all questions at your convenience.

I Want to Keep Up with my Grandchildren

“I want to keep up with my grandkids” is just one of the wishes we hear quite often. Whether it be chasing your grandchildren or simply keeping up with your regular activities such as playing golf, tennis, pickleball or  enjoying a sunset walk with family.

In order to age successfully one must utilize exercise on a consistent basis. Keeping up with regular hobbies is often exercise in itself, however one of the concerns points towards injury prevention and fall prevention, and efficient movement to continue your best game possible. Each activity requires its own set of strength, flexibility, agility, and coordination, all of which can be improved within specific exercise sessions.

If you would like to learn more, please call to schedule your free initial consultation. We are happy to answer any and all questions at your convenience.

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