Thrive for Life Fitness Programs for Greater Rochester Seniors

Our physical therapists are dedicated to offering the best in research-supported outpatient physical therapy for aging adults who are experiencing a range of movement, balance, and fitness concerns, but what happens when our smiling faces aren’t at the door several times a week to keep you moving? We hope you’ll continue to include movement and exercise in your daily routine, and if you want a little more support from your physical therapist to encourage you in staying active after physical therapy, consider signing up for our Thrive for Life fitness program for Greater Rochester seniors. You can learn more about these personalized exercise programs on this page, and don’t hesitate to reach out to the Thrive Physical Therapy team to learn more.

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What is the Thrive for Life Program?

Many of our clients who choose to join the Thrive for Life program are “graduates” of our physical therapy treatment programs. After completing the recommended course of physical therapy, they choose to continue working with a physical therapist who will guide their personalized exercise and fitness program that can be easily incorporated into daily routines. In addition to fitness and exercise tips, we may also provide feedback and recommendations for basics of nutrition, hydration, and sleep to stay healthy and thriving.

Where do We Hold Thrive for Life Sessions?

Like our physical therapy sessions, Thrive for Life programs are completely customizable to your needs. We come to your home, office, local park or walking trail, fitness center, or other locations that are comfortable for you. It’s important to us that our clients be able to continue their fitness and health plans even when we’re not around, so don’t hesitate to talk about exercise and movement ideas that make sense in your life. If you like to go for walks, let’s find the safest and most effective places for you to make the most of your daily walk. If you enjoy golfing, swimming, tennis, or dance, let’s talk about incorporating these activities as well. You’re more likely to stay consistently active when you’re doing things you love to do, so let’s create a plan that works for you.

What Happens During Thrive for Life Senior Fitness Sessions?

Each session may be a little different. During your first Thrive for Life session, your physical therapist will review your current fitness and health levels and discuss your goals for increased movement and improved health. Then, we’ll create a personalized program to take the steps from where you are now to where you want to be. This may include finding minimal impact cardiovascular exercises that improve mobility, range of motion, and general health. We’ll also discuss how your daily exercise can benefit other aspects of your life, including sleeping more soundly, reducing stress, and increasing general happiness. After all, our main goal is helping you find ways to keep doing the things you love at any age, so let’s work together to keep you happy, healthy, and moving.

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Ready to Thrive? Let’s Get Started Today!

Thrive Physical Therapy was founded on a simple idea – aging adults should have access to quality physical therapy and exercise services that minimize their stress and maximize the results that are possible with consistent, quality physical therapy programs guided by professionals. By bringing outpatient physical therapy services to your home, we make it easy for you to stay on top of your physical therapy program and achieve the goal we’re working toward together – living a thriving life today and in the future. When you’re ready, we’re here to help!

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