Classes with Rehab Services
Individually designed for each participant by our Rehab staff to help you reach your physical goals.
Under the supervision of our Licensed Athletic Trainer (LAT), Melissa Galarowicz, and Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Jason Noble, your program is individually designed to meet your personal goals.
The Maintain & Restore Program is designed to work for you, whether your goal is:
- returning to a previous level of function
- regaining mobility and physical independence
- getting back to a functional level you enjoyed
before a surgery
How does the Maintain & Restore program work?
This program is great for an individual who has
completed all of their Physical and/or Occupational Therapy but still needs assistance with other goals.
The program is staffed by a Licensed Athletic Trainer (LAT) and a Certified Strength and Conditioning
You will be referred to the program by your Physical Therapist (PT) or Occupational Therapist (OT). The therapist will then share your personal goals with the LAT/CSCS so they can develop a customized exercise program that is right for you.
Services include but are not limited to:
- strength training and conditioning
- increase flexibility
- increase mobility
- reconditioning after surgery
- improve balance
What does the Maintain & Restore program include?
- You will meet up to two times per week for a one-on-one session.
- Each session is 30 minutes long.
- The exercise program is directed towards desired goals of each individual.
- There is a monthly fee of $40. This fee is not pro-rated and is your responsibility. Insurance will not cover Maintain & Restore.
Who can participate in Maintain & Restore?
We are pleased to assist patients who are referred to the program by their Physical or Occupational Therapist because they require a little more help to return to their previous activity and skill levels.
How to sign up
Simply talk to your PT or OT. They can get you started.
What is a Licensed Athletic Trainer?
Licensed Athletic Trainers are allied health care professionals who specialize in the prevention, evaluation, diagnosis and rehabilitation of acute or chronic injuries and general medical conditions. They work in collaboration with physicians and other health care providers, including Occupational and Physical Therapists, to best treat the patient.
What is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist?
CSCSs are professionals who apply scientific knowledge to train athletes for the primary goal of improving athletic performance. They conduct sport-specific testing sessions, design and implement safe and effective strength training and conditioning programs and provide guidance regarding nutrition and injury prevention.
- Class is instructed by RAMC’s Rehab Staff
- For more information or to register, contact Joan, COTA in the Rehab Department at (608) 768-6120
- Days and Times - Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30am - 10:30am
- Fusch Community Center, 2090 Ridgeview Drive, Reedsburg, behind the hospital
- $12.00 per month
Frequently Asked Questions
- What if I can’t keep up?
Everyone moves at their own pace. You may sit if you can’t stand for the class. Don’t do movements that cause pain.
- Does the class include floor exercises?
No, only sitting and standing exercises.
- Do I need my doctor’s permission?
If you have a serious medical condition, you will be asked to get a doctor consent.
- What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing and athletic shoes or other supportive shoes.
- Do I need to bring equipment?
Bring your own hand weights. Exercise bands are provided.
- Classes will meet on the RAMC campus for a 12-week period on:
Mondays & Wednesdays, 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. and
Mondays & Fridays, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
- Cost is just $35
- Call Kristina for the start date of the next session, for more information and to register. (608) 415-3802