BOSU/Disc

image of people working out on bosu equipment.

A great way to both work on strengthening the core muscles that wrap around your waist and support your spine and improve your balance and coordination is with a new workout tool called a BOSU which stands for "both sides up." On one side it is a half of a balance ball on the other side it is a flat surface.

This is a great tool that allows you to complete a variety of different workouts. Inflatable discs or foam pads are another type of workout tool to exercise your nervous system and improve your balance and coordination. This is a great way to reduce your risk of injury as you age. Many age-related injuries are due to falls because of poor balance and coordination.

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Monday:

8:30 am-1:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

8:30 am-1:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-1:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

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  • ""I visited Dr. Huffman for back pain. After an initial exam and x-rays I was told that I needed to see my family doctor to have a lump on my spine examined. After the biopsy was done, the results indicated I had cancer (multiple myeloma). Not only has Dr. Huffman helped me walk without a cane again, he also found evidence of cancer, allowing me to be treated.""
    A.R.
  • "Thank you Dr. Huffman and staff! Your knowledge and superior care of Michaela is a GOD send. We are thankful she is in your capable hands!"
    The H. Family
  • "After experiencing daily back pain with radiation down my left leg and also experiencing numbness and tingling of that leg; I was delighted when after only one treatment I had amazing relief. I've had no numbness or tingling since that time. The back is a work in progress."
    S.J.