Regain Independence with Comprehensive Activity Based Strength Training

Our Comprehensive Activity-Based Strength Training helps people with stroke, spinal cord injuries and other neurological disorders achieve maximum recovery.

  • Total body stretching
  • Rigorous upper, core, and lower body strengthening
  • Functional physical conditioning


  • Regain Your Independence with Our Comprehensive Activity-Based Strength Training
    Proper recovery helps you return to independent living. Our CAST program uses a multi-pronged approach to improve our clients’ chances for recovery.
  • 1. It engages the body’s primary muscle groups (upper, core, and lower extremities) ⇒ It keeps muscles toned and flexible, reducing muscle atrophy while increasing muscle mass.
  • 2. It uses cutting edge robotic (Lokomat) and manual gait strength training ⇒ It helps you achieve top functional conditioning. 
  • 3. It employs repetitive muscle group workouts ⇒ It helps you retrain patterned movements and facilitates muscle memory. 


Our Comprehensive Activity-Based Strength Training (CAST) is also meant to improve overall health. It also reduces the odds of secondary complications. Ultimately, it enhances the quality of our clients’ lives. That’s because they can reach maximum personal independence.

Overcome Your Limits One Step at a TimeComprehensive Activity-Based Strength Training

Research shows that Comprehensive Activity-Based Strength Training helps people with neurological disorders. In fact, it’s the most efficient form of recovery training. We are happy we can provide it to our clients.

In our modern health training facility, clients have access to the latest strength-building technologies. This way, they can achieve the highest physical strength possible.

Also, our certified exercise specialists can assist clients suffering from a variety of neurological disabilities.

The Activity-Based Strength Training available at our facility helps clients achieve new mobility. Moreover, they regain the ability to exercise various muscle groups. Many of these muscle groups are often avoided or overlooked in traditional neurological recovery.