State-of-the-art medical fitness centers provide support to individuals who are managing a medical condition. However, medical fitness centers also offer equipment, programs and services that support the health and fitness of the entire community. Members can expect unique programs, qualified staff, premium amenities and services that are not available in a traditional gym.
All fitness levels can participate in popular classes such a Pilates, yoga and Zumba®. Degreed and certified fitness specialists train members according to the latest fitness industry standards. Comprehensive children’s programming focus on creativity, fitness and fun. Here are more unique offerings at a medical fitness center:
|Traditional Gym||Medical Fitness Center|
|– Popular group exercise classes||– Popular group exercise classes|
|– Strength and cardio equipment||– State-of-the-art strength and cardio equipment|
|– Locker rooms||– Full-service locker rooms stocked with toiletries|
|– Pool||– Lap pool and warm-water therapy pool|
|– Massage therapy||– Massage therapy|
|– Personal training||– Personal training|
|– Full-court gymnasium||– Full-court gymnasium|
|– Focus on physical appearance||– Focus on overall health and fitness|
|– Nutritional counseling|
|– Medical fitness programs supervised by physicians|
|– Degreed and certified fitness specialists|
|– High standards of cleanliness and comfort|
|– Certified by the Medical Fitness Association|
Learn more about how you can benefit from joining a medical fitness center at the Member Services desk.
Theodore Santaniello, C. (2012, October 22). A Medical Fitness Facility is NOT a Gym. Retrieved from CVPH: https://www.cvphwellfit.com/a-medical-fitness-facility-is-not-a-gym/
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