Most are not aware of what "health" means until it becomes a necessity. After sustaining a disabling condition or suffering a chronic illness, ongoing therapeutic exercise should become a way of life..Exercise is Medicine. C.O.R.E. provides the opportunity for one to improve the quality of their life. C.O.R.E. is dedicated to each individual client using a scientific approach towards the development of personalized goals. We strive for a structured program that will be a lifestyle enhancement rather than a traditional exercise regime.
The human spirit is a force of limitless power, demonstrated and recognized widely by extraordinary stories in history, which have redefined personal and collective perceptions regarding what is humanly obtainable. Rise Above and thus, C.O.R.E. is a symbol of this spirit. It is a source, a catalyst, which attracts individuals, families, and friends to opportunities of physical health, mental motivation, and spiritual inspiration. C.O.R.E. facilities are an absolute necessity within our nations population, economy, and communities to ensure the future of care beyond medical intervention.
It is C.O.R.E.'s belief and enduring philosophy that the risk of secondary complications and degenerative changes that typically follow disability may be prevented and/or significantly reduced if exercise became an important part of the daily routine of every disabled individual following the release from medical intervention. Additionally, the concept of extended care through specially designed exercise programs is critical for continued improvement in functional movement and independent skills, ultimately enabling the affected individual to return as a productive member of society.
C.O.R.E. is committed to changing perceptions regarding the ongoing treatment and management of catastrophic injury and chronic conditions. C.O.R.E. is a state-of-the-art facility, equipped with unique and specialized equipment, providing low cost integrated, structural, personalized and progressive evaluations, treatment plans, and education to help improve function, independence, and self-efficacy.
It is our goal to provide special need individuals the opportunity to improve the quality of their life by opening C.O.R.E. facilities, which are not only feasible but accessible, in every major city nationwide.