The professional staff at CORE Physical Therapy & Training implements a safe system of training for people of all ages, fitness levels, pathologies and athletic backgrounds, applied in either one-on-one through formal physical therapy sessions or group training sessions. Current patients are encouraged to exercise at the clinic in between treatment sessions. Those who no longer require physical therapy are encouraged to attend our cost-effective core training sessions. The CORE Physical Therapy & Training community fosters maintenance of a healthy lifestyle and life-long management of health problems through regular, appropriately graded, non-generic exercise.
M/W: 7:00 – 8:00 am
M/W/F: 8:00 – 9:00 am
T/TH: 3:30 – 4:30 pm
What’s so special about CORE PT & Training style of core training classes?
What is the time commitment for Group Training classes?
Our Core Training Classes are conducted currently on a varying Monday, Wednesday and Friday schedule. More classes will be scheduled to accommodate the growing need. The larger picture: the optimum scenario includes a long-term commitment to exercise and training because concrete and substantial improvements are seen over time. It is less cost-effective and less constructive to be present for classes infrequently or irregularly. One of the traits setting CORE Physical Therapy & Training apart is its methodology and exercise system that makes this long-term commitment nearly effortless.
Who should exercise in this group setting?
Why exercise in a group setting?
How do I sign up for group training classes?
For your safety, participation in CORE’s group training classes is preceded by a physical therapy evaluation to determine ability, level of fitness and appropriateness for exercise. Anyone may request such an evaluation, even if not a current patient with CORE Physical Therapy & Training. It may be recommended to complete formal individual physical therapy to alleviate current symptoms and have personal one on one exercise sessions prior to introduction into core training class. This formal physical therapy session/s serves as an orientation to training principles and CORE Physical Therapy & Training exercise philosophy.