Balance Training Services in Shelton, CT

Did you know there are exercises that help you avoid being a fall risk by increasing your strength and bone density? Our balance training program in Shelton, CT was designed for that exact reason. We can help you improve your balance in a safe, easy way with 100% supervision. Here's how the balance training portion of our guided exercise program can help you regain your confidence and stability.

What is Balance Training?

Balance training involves specific exercises that strengthen your legs and core, giving you stronger stability and balance. Believe it or not, balance training doesn't have an age limit. It can help patients of all walks of life, including: 
  • For Conditions such as Stroke, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy  - balance training is a great way for you or a loved one  to regain lost stability and increase movement. 
  • Sarcopenia (muscle loss due to age) - combat sarcopenia with balance exercise to help build muscle mass and increase function. 
  • Elderly - balance training can help prevent falls by increasing bone density and strength. 
Balance training can either be part of physical therapy or something you seek out on your own. Here at Moving With H.O.P.E., our balance training program involves the supervision of an experienced Exercise Physiologist who helps you every step of the way.

Reasons You Might Need Balance Training

While our balance training program was primarily designed to reduce fall risk in patients, there are many other reasons for balance training. This includes: 
  • Recovering from surgery 
  • A recent stroke, or diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy
  • Suffering from inner-ear disorders, such as vertigo 
  • Recovering from an injury 
  • Lack of balance and confidence to move around your home safely 
  • Difficulty walking

Our Balance Training Program

Balance Assessment

Before starting you on a balance training program, we will perform a balance assessment. This helps us gauge your current physical abilities, goals, and which exercises will be best for you. 

During this initial assessment, we will analyze how easy (or difficult) specific exercises are for you and what your current balance level is.


100% Supervised Balance Training

You won't experience anything else like our balance training program. Our professional staff plus state-of-the-art balance equipment allows you to build up your strength in a safe, effective way. 

Our balanced training program is part of our guided exercise program, which helps patients build strength, endurance, flexibility, and cardiovascular health. 

All of our balance training programs are customized for the individual. Exercises range from simple movements, like slowly standing up from a seated position to challenging strength poses. You will also have access to our balance training equipment.


Benefits of Balance Training

  • Improved bone density 
  • Stronger balance 
  • Reduced fall risk 
  • Better strength and movement 
  • Enhanced flexibility

Can Poor Balance Be Improved? 

Yes! That's the entire goal of our program – poor balance can be improved with consistent balance exercises. That is, as long as you remain active and work through a customized exercise program. Not everyone has the same balance issues, so finding a general solution online or using the same exercises a friend uses isn't a guaranteed fix for your balance problems. If you choose Moving With H.O.P.E. for your mobility journey, you'll have the full attention of an Exercise Physiologist who is dedicated to helping you regain your balance and confidence. 

How Long Does It Take To Improve Balance?

Balance isn't something that will get better overnight – the length of time it takes to improve your balance depends on what's causing your balance problems and how often you're able to attend exercise sessions. Consistency and effort are key. 

For example, someone looking to improve their balance after a recent injury might improve in a few months. On the other hand, someone suffering from a neurological illness could require indefinite balance treatment exercise. 


Regain Your Balance (and Your Confidence) Today!

Ready to get started with our balance training program as part of our guided exercise program? Fill out our form online to get started! 

If you'd rather start Contact Us - Moving With Hope with a tour of our facilities, contact David at 203-513-8424 or