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The Neuromuscular Wellness Program is ideal for anyone with significant neurological disorders, such as:
This is not a rehabilitation program like you would expect to find in a hospital setting, but rather a fitness program. This is a “next step” for you after completing physical therapy.
Through a customized exercise routine, we give you the tools and support to promote movement, improve cardiovascular health and increase stamina. The Neuromuscular Wellness Program emphasizes a “do it yourself” approach. While the director and trained student staff work with you one-on-one every time you come to exercise, we expect you to put in the effort to reach your goals!
The ultimate goal of this program is to keep you (or a loved one) self-sufficient, independent and in your home.
Whether you are a client or a caregiver, there are many benefits of regular participation in the Neuromuscular Wellness Program:
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Dr. Charmane Kandt at firstname.lastname@example.org or (785) 628-5564.
This program is offered at no cost to participants. However, we encourage private donations, as the Center is only partially funded through the Northwest Kansas Area Agency on Aging, the FHSU Department of Health and Human Performance, and private donations. Contact Dr. Charmane Kandt if you would like to donate.
Learn more about what to expect when you participate in this program.
Read what some of our clients and caregivers have to say about the program.
Monday9:30 a.m.-noon1:00-3:00 p.m.Tuesday 9:30-noonWednesday 9:30-noon1:00-3:00 p.m.Thursday 9:30-noonFriday1:00-3:00 p.m.
The Neuromuscular Wellness Program is located in Albertson Hall 168, the building with the dome/ telescope on the roof. You will find convenient, reserved parking in the small lot on the west side of Albertson Hall.