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Medical Assessment Process

Regardless of your current health status, we will help you meet your goals! 

Prior to scheduling your medical fitness assessment, you will be asked to complete the following:

  • Health history questionnaire
  • Physician consent form (optional)

Here’s how we design your customized safe and effective fitness program:

First, a baseline is set.

At FYZICAL Fitness, you will receive a full body medical assessment. This assessment is called BodyQ. BodyQ is an integrative testing program designed to address your movement, function, general health, vision, hearing, balance, recovery and all 5 components of your physical fitness: body composition, aerobic capacity, muscular strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility. The assessment is conducted by one of our degreed fitness specialists and this evaluation gives us the data we need to create a safe and effective fitness program that is uniquely yours. If we identify any potential health risks, you will receive a free consultation with one of our Doctors of Physical Therapy. 

Based on your fitness level, you get an individualized exercise program that is SAFE.

Our fitness specialists will take the time necessary to understand your goals and specific limitations prior to creating your custom fitness program. The assessment also gives you a general understanding of where your fitness levels are at the start of your journey so you can continue to make measurable improvements. As your capacity for exercise increases, your exercise program will be updated to keep you progressing. 

Now, you’re ready to start the journey.

For most people, the journey to enhanced health and wellness will include a blend of the three basic kinds of exercise:

  1. Aerobic exercise such as running, cycling, dancing or swimming for cardiovascular health and weight management
  2. Muscular or strength conditioning using free weights, resistance machines or water resistance for improved posture, low-back health and weight management
  3. Flexibility exercise such as yoga or pilates for improved range of motion and reduced the risk of injury and muscle soreness