Health related programs

Fighting Back program Strathcona County

Do you have a chronic health condition?

Strathcona County offers programs specific to managing a lifestyle that includes Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, 
Alzheimer's, arthritis, joint replacement and more.

Participating in one of these programs is one way to manage a new lifestyle, keep active and meet new people who are impacted by a similar set of health-related circumstances. Programs are tailored to the varying needs in the class.

Program examples: Fighting Back, Joint Health, Joint Works™, Minds in Motion™

Next Step Programs

  • An individual program is developed to enhance strength, stamina, circulation, mobility and cardiovascular fitness. Exercise is done as part of a group.

    Join us in the weight room as you work on improving your endurance, strength, balance and mobility. Participants will follow a program specifically designed to address their needs and goals. Finish off the class with a group stretch.

    Location: Glen Allan Recreation Complex
    Monday 9:30 to 11 a.m., 11 am to 12:30 p.m. | Wednesday 9:30 to 11 a.m. | Friday 9:30 to 11 a.m., 11 am to 12:30 p.m.
    Omit: April 19, May 20, July 1, Aug 5

    Please note the program will be held at Ardrossan Recreation Complex on April 1, 3, 5.

    **Initial program design fee $75

  • This reduced impact exercise alternative is ideal for people with mobility issues as we focus on improving joint function, strength and cardiovascular fitness. Our warm water pool, featuring deep and shallow formats, is fully accessible

    Location: Emerald Hills Leisure Centre

    Omit: April 19

  • Location: Millennium Place.

    This group class will help you move better and make everyday activities easier as we focus on building balance, strength, endurance and flexibility. Exercises are adaptable for everyone.

Remaining active is key to managing a lifestyle that includes a chronic health condition.

 You will experience the benefits of:
•  Managing pain
•  Slowing the progression of your illness
•  Improving joint function, strength and balance

For more information and to register

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Last updated: Wednesday, December 11, 2019
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