I need PT or OT for an injury. My insurance company only provides me seven visits. My co-pay is $50 and the visits are $120 per visit. What do I do after my seven allotted visits are up?
I've never exercised before. I realize I need to do something. I need a place to start… slowly.
My elderly parents live with us. We cannot afford assisted living care. What can we do to keep their minds and bodies active?
I can’t afford health insurance and don’t qualify for Medicare or Medicaid. What can I do to recover from an injury or stay healthy?
I take care of my sister who is confined to a bed. How can I help her?
I live too far away from a physical therapy or occupational therapy clinic. What can I do to improve and strengthen my body?
I don’t like gyms. They take too long to get to, I never have the right outfits, the equipment scares me, and I get odd looks.
My father has the onset of dementia. I need access to brain exercises to keep challenging his mind.
At work, I need something quick for relaxation, focus, or movement to clear my head and get me through the workday. Something healthy at break time, instead of a candy bar or soda.
We are seeing severe caregiver burnout across the board. We know our caregivers' health is just as important as those for whom they care. Do you have something for them?
Our teachers are our most valuable resource yet they are severely overworked and don't even have time to take care of themselves. Do you have anything they can do at home?
Our Veterans need a comprehensive program they can easily access on their phones or TVs for their long-term health and well-being.
As benefits directors, we seek not only to provide for the health and vitality of our co-workers but for the families to whom they return home at the end of their work day.
My parents are healthy and doing things like crossword puzzles, Sudoku, and jigsaw puzzles to stay sharp. Do you have other neurobic (brain) exercises?
I have knee replacement surgery coming up. I'd like to go into surgery as strong as possible because my doctor said my recovery time would be quicker. Do you have PRE-hab routines?
I need a long-term, preventative care solution that I can do from the comfort of my home and one that won't cost me an arm and a leg.
This should be the foundational piece of every family's lifelong healthcare plan. There is literally something for all of us; like health "insurance" that is health "assurance."
After my hip replacement, my doctor wants me to get moving. I see you have progressive routines for multiple weeks after my surgery.