Resources

Exercise For Balance recommends or is connected with:

 *** Exercise For Balance Radio Show With Karen Litzy: http://www.talkingalternative.com/monday-shows/healthy-wealthy-smart

***Motion Wellness Systems- See fabulous exercise equipment for seniors  http://www.motionwellnesssystems.com/Links.html

***Mayo Clinic      MayoClinic.com

***Diabetes Community Center 

731 N. Weber #251 Colorado Springs, CO  80903

P:  719-473-7808  www.dcccolorado.org    Diabetes Community Center

Exercise For Balance Endorsement:

“A big thanks to Suzie Stoke Suzie who is a licensed Physical Therapist who has specialized in Balance and Dizziness Disorders for over 25 years, for conducting our “Balance for Life” workshop on the 19th of September.  We had a fun, interactive workshop.  I would encourage you to contact Suzie via her website to purchase her Balance DVD.  It is especially important for those with diabetes and those who are getting older (or both LOL) to learn important balancing techniques.  This will help prevent falls in the future.  Her website is http://www.exerciseforbalance.com/  

www.exerciseforbalance.com

Exercise For Balance – Learn how to prevent falls and improve balance with a DVD created by a Physical Therapist specializing in balance problems.
***Shiloh Insurance Solutions — Marcia Williams, CLTC, LUTCF
Medicare Supplements and Long-Term Care Insurance
719-694-3966    800-653-0106
***SilverSneakers®

www.silversneakers.com   For information on upcoming balance presentations by exercise For Balance, contact: exforbal@gmail.com

***Fitness Gear 101

Exclusive information on fitness gear, nutritional advice and workout tips, featuring many fitness articles.

http://www.fitnessgear101.com

 

***NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH:  NIH News in Health

 

***ASR: ASR Search Engine

 

***MOTION THERAEPUTICS– Balance-Based Torso-Weighting (BBTW)

www.motiontherapeutics.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laytaQMuICw  Watch a short video clip on how the BBTW garment helps people with MS, Parkinson’s, Stroke, etc begin to balance and walk normally again

 

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