We would like to proudly announce that Florida Movement Therapy Centers has not stopped being vigilant and will continue to be vigilant in all safety precautions regarding COVID-19. We are continuing to implement several policies and guidelines for our patients and employees. We treat the safety of individuals in our centers with the highest-level of importance and these policies are in place to keep everyone safe and healthy. These are a few of the policies are being taken in each of our four locations.
FLMTC is a proud affiliate of Rock Steady Boxing. Rock Steady Boxing is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of people diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. RSB in an intense non-contact boxing class to improve balance, coordination and daily function. RSB’s mission is to empower people to “fight back” against Parkinson’s disease.
Balance class is designed for patients at varied functional levels. The focus of this class is to challenge dynamic sitting and standing balance in order to maintain gains made in therapy. Class includes but is not limited to strengthening, balance, ROM and activity tolerance.
This new program uses "stick mobility" to help individuals combat Parkinson's Disease, Movement Disorders, orthopedic conditions and the effects of aging. Stick Mobility is a system used to improve our patient's mobility, stability and strength through the various movements. Stick Mobility combines joint mobilization, end-range strength training and active stretching.
The Let’s Talk! SpeechWellness class focuses on speech, swallowing and voice exercises, as well as cognitive tasks in a small group setting. Patients participate in activities and in discussion about topics related to movement disorders. Patients also learn strategies to improve their safety and functional communication skills outside of the therapy setting. The class is lead by a speech-language pathologist at your local FLMTC clinic.
Beat to Defeat is an upbeat fitness class that focuses on movement through drumming and music. Research has proven the powerful effects that drumming and music have on an individual’s physical, mental, emotional and social well being. The class is designed to improve timing, coordination, agility, activity tolerance, proprioception, and focus.