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Chronic Disease Management

Improving Overall Well-Being

Wellness U's Chronic Disease Management Program is a group exercise class that is led by certified exercise physiologists and health coaches. The goal of the program is to improve the participant's overall well-being by incorporating accountability, motivation and coaching. A variety of cardiovascular and strength-training equipment such as bikes, treadmills, and weights is used during this class.

Who could benefit from this program?

  • Rehabilitation graduates
  • Weight-loss participants
  • Individuals with metabolic syndrome
  • People who are at risk for or have chronic disease
  • Individuals with osteoporosis
  • People with a low fitness level

What is a Chronic Disease?

The U.S. National Center for Health Statistics qualifies a disease as chronic when it has lasted for more than 3 months. Some of these diseases may be permanent, while others can be remedied with proper care. In either case, a proper health plan can minimize their effects and possibly allow patients to live normal lives.

The following can be qualified as chronic diseases:

  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Arthritis
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Aftereffects of stroke
  • Epilepsy

Classes are $70 a month and held twice a week. Call (719) 530-2057 to learn more or to register.