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This is an opportunity for adult facility members to use half the pool for individual exercising.Water walking, jogging or stretching. Individuals needing help entering or exiting the water must bring their own assistant.
Water Therapy 1
(FMC-YMCA) The YMCA-Baystate Franklin Medical Center Aquatic Rehab Program may be right for you. Our program has a high success rate, with participants recovering much faster and to a greater degree. Ask your doctor if this is appropriate therapy for you. You or your doctor may call FMC Physical Therapy or the YMCA Aquatic Department for details. Doctor/ therapist approval is required. Swimming skills are NOT necessary. Register at Baystate Franklin Medical Center.
Water Therapy 2
We offer a continuing program for ANYONE in need of orthopedic rehabilitation. No referral or prescription from your doctor or therapist is needed.
Beginner Water Therapy
For newcomers and those deciding whether water therapy is appropriate. This class meets twice a week.
Chronic Disease Rehab
This comprehensive program is recommended for individuals living with the effects of chronic disease. Conditions such as CVD, COPD, Parkinson’s Disease, MS, diabetes or those who have suffered a heart attack or stroke will benefit from this class. Call Dawn at 773-3646 Ext. 428 for a free consultation.
Cardiac Rehab Morning Class.
Our Cardiac Rehab program, offered with Baystate Franklin Medical Center, provides well-rounded cardiovascular activities. Our varied routines utilize treadmills, bikes and strength-training equipment. Held in the FitLife Center, this class allows participants to progress at their own pace; our coaches and instructors are available for support. Register at the Welcome Center.
Healthy Back Program
Stop Living In Pain!
Adults in the USA have a 7 in 10 chance of developing back pain sometime during their lives. Millions suffer from chronic or acute back pain, and that number is likely to grow as our population ages. This course combines education and exercise techniques to reduce existing back pain and avoid its recurrence. The Healthy Back Program is open to anyone who wishes to learn how to protect the back and keep it healthy, as well as those with prior injuries or pain.