After you reach 40 years of age, fitness tends to take on a new shape. Many people first feel the effects of age in their joints, and exercise routines that were once simply challenging may become painful or even impossible by the time you reach 40, 50, or 60. As our bodies age, the connective tissue (such as cartilage, tendons, and ligaments) becomes less elastic, which can lead to a greater risk of injury to the joints.

We focus on improving the following key areas of your fitness and physical therapy rehabilitation plan:

As the National Institute on Aging points out, staying physically active and exercising regularly can help prevent some diseases. It can also increase bone density, joint strength and build muscle mass. This is why more doctors now view fitness and exercise therapy as an essential part of maintaining health and independence for people of any age.

As you pursue your rehabilitation and fitness goals, VQ ActionCare wants to become your at-home exercise partner for life. Exercise will increase your self-esteem, mobility, and energy, and we look forward to providing you with self-management tools to help you attain the quality of life you deserve.