Offering physical therapy in a health club setting can benefit therapists, clubs and clients. Photo courtesy of Alan Bluth.
Combining physical therapy and fitness is a winning approach for a growing number of health clubs looking to attract new members and physical therapists aiming to keep existing clients. Every day until 2030, about 10,000 people will turn 65 years old, according to Pew Research Center population projections. As the active aging population increases and health problems such as obesity and heart disease become more prevalent, health clubs have an opportunity to meet the demand for ...
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