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We are giving away FREE Stay Active - Balance and Flexibility Exercise Classes to 10 new participants!

Offer valid through March 31st, 2022 while supplies last!

Register below for your FREE Exercise Class 

Register for your FREE Stay Active - Balance and Flexibility Class below or call (817) 380-8077 

Class Schedule: 

Monday or Wednesdays

10 am-11 am

5:00 pm-6 pm 

Not sure if you have balance issues, register for a free balance screen by a Doctor of Therapy to determine if you would be a good fit for one of these programs by calling (817)380-8077 or sign up for a free class below! 

What Past Patients Have To Say!

For a Limted Time

Sign up for a Balance Class, and you will also get a set of Free Balance Exercise/Flexibility Loops

Stay Active Basic (1x/week)

This program is designed for those who would like to add some balance and flexibility into their exercise routine

Stay Active Plus (2x/week)

This program is designed for those who

don't currently have an exercise routine or people want to stay active, independent, and avoid falls 

Stay Active Balance/Flexibility Class

"Stay Active" Balance/Flexibility was developed with a core focus on flexibility and balance, two major components of every healthy lifestyle. 

Fitness and community based exercise programs can be key components of preventing falls and preventing injury. The effects of inactivity can be dangerous resulting in decreased strength, decreased balance, pain, fatigue and even a fear of participating in normal activities.

Although balance is often associated with older adults age 55 and up, the importance of improving balance begins much earlier. Balance plays a key role in coordination and is vital to maintain. Many body systems — including your muscles, bones, joints, eyes, the balance organ in the inner ear, nerves, heart and blood vessels — must work normally for you to have normal balance. When these systems aren't functioning well, you can experience balance problems.

This program is supervised by a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Exercise Specialist - and it's now offered via Zoom so you can do it from the comfort of your own home! The Doctor of Physical Therapy and Exercise Specialist will make sure to modify the exercises for your fitness level and previous injury history.

Flexibility is an aspect of health that many people neglect, according to the American College of Sports Medicine. Flexibility is important because tight muscles can create problems throughout your body. Different types of stretching exercises produce various results in how you move and perform. Some types relax your mind and body while others prepare you for movement.

Better flexibility may improve your performance in physical activities, decrease your risk of injuries, help your joints move through their full range of motion and enable your muscles to work most effectively.

"Ried Physical Therapy is a great place to get your body back in order. The physical therapists are extremely knowledgeable on doing the right exercises to get your body back to normal. The entire staff is extremely friendly and very helpful. I am definitely ready to get back to normal and move on but I will miss these great people."

                                                      - Gregory M.

"I can’t say enough good things about Ried Physical Therapy. From the receptionist to the therapist, all are professional and knowledgeable. I have been to other physical therapy groups and they do not compare. Ried Therapy is invested in teaching as well as treating. They made me feel as though they were invested in me personally."

 

- Kitty O.

Are you looking to get your balance back? 

Are you looking to be more agile and pain free?

Are you wanting to avoid from falling so you can stay active and independent?