Poor Balance

As we mature, our balance shifts, leading to falls & serious injury. But it’s not inevitable. Exercise helps.

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Aging, certain medications & other factors can compromise balance
800,000+ people are hospitalized for fall injuries each year
Falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injury

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Over a third of Americans over age 65 fall every year, according to the CDC, and up to 30% of them suffer moderate to severe injuries. A bad fall can dramatically impact health and quality of life for years afterward. 

Weakened stabilizer muscles, poor vision, inner ear problems, and other conditions can contribute to poor balance - which can lead to falls. One way to protect yourself from falls is using exercise to improve balance. 

But it’s important to do it safely. The last thing you need is to fall while exercising. Most exercise programs don’t take into account the need for seated workouts, and give reminders to use a chair for stabilization. Most fitness apps are designed for people who are already relatively healthy. 

Wellthon makes it possible. 
We start by assessing pain, discomfort, and range of motion across different parts of your body. Then we build a custom workout plan designed to safely build strength & flexibility, while avoiding straining vulnerable areas.

Start a 7-day trial and see what it’s like to find an exercise solution that helps you get stronger and move more easily - without risking further pain and injury in the process.