Conquering High Blood Pressure: How Exercise & Strength Training Can Improve Cardiovascular Health

Are you tired of feeling limited by the constraints imposed by high blood pressure? Are you seeking a solution that not only improves your health but also provides long-lasting benefits?…

January 29, 2024
Benefits of Exercising With Arthritis

Chances are, if you are reading this article, you or someone you know has arthritis. In fact, according to the Arthritis Foundation in the US, over 60 million adults are…

January 22, 2024
Maximizing Functionality: The Role of Exercise and Strength Training in Managing Degenerative Joint Disease

When faced with the challenges of degenerative joint disease, exercise and strength training may seem counterintuitive. However, engaging in regular physical activity can actually bring about numerous benefits for those…

January 16, 2024
The Benefits of Exercise & Strength Training with Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease (CVD), is a diagnosis that affects millions of people worldwide. It poses serious health risks and can greatly diminish one’s quality of life. However, there is hope. In…

January 16, 2024
Osteoporosis and Exercise

Every movement we make throughout the day would not be possible without our musculoskeletal system. Bones and muscles are the source of our strength and stability. But as we age,…

December 4, 2023
The Best Solution to Chronic Health Challenges is Strength-Resistance Exercise

Preface John has given me permission to tell his story. It encompasses the most recent 15 years of his life and the health challenges he has endured during these years….

May 27, 2021
Parkinson’s Is A Cruel Disease But…It Does Not Have To Be

Parkinson’s is stereotypically associated with shuffling steps, tremors, stiffness in arms and legs, slowness of movement, needing a walker, frequent falls and a slow decline of mobility. Parkinson’s Disease symptoms…

April 5, 2021
Win Against Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral Neuropathy is caused by damage to nerves in the body and is a common disease for many older adults. Nerve damage caused by diabetes is one of the most…

March 22, 2021
Those with Dementia Can Improve

Hope Through Exercise for Those Living with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Once Dementia or Alzheimer’s is diagnosed, we know at Tandem Strength & Balance that families seek someone or something to…

February 1, 2021
“One Last Adventure” Four Times!

Cathy, a married woman with two young children, suffered an aneurysm in her early 30s. After experiencing about a 75% recovery, she was able to take care of herself, walk...

July 8, 2019
Searching for Solutions!

Sarah, a woman in her mid-sixties, was hospitalized following a wound to her buttock. In less than two (2) months, she lost her ability to walk and was confined to...

March 25, 2019
Unable to Walk to Traveling to Arizona!

Arthur, a 91-year-old man, lived with his wife in an apartment. They were the strength and focal point of the family. They did everything together including shopping, going to restaurants,...

March 19, 2019
Music in Her Heart

Gwen had shingles and had been diagnosed with Parkinson's at 89 when she began working with Tandem Strength & Balance. Struggling through their thought processes, half of the family were...

October 30, 2018
Living with Parkinson’s at 90

I met Ervin at age 85; he was living with his wife and dog. Ervin had Parkinson's along with severe arthritis. We were recommended by his home care company because...

September 24, 2018
Dr. Ben/”I Can’t”

Dr. Ben Once a very active man, playing racquetball, golf, regularly attending sporting events and an avid gardener, Dr. Ben found himself at the age of 87 being told by...

June 10, 2018

The aging process leads all of us down a slippery slope. Loss of physical strength is a prominent factor in our lack of recognition of our former selves. Our client,...

June 1, 2018