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Condition For Life

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335 So. Spring Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Phone: (541) 887-2223

Office Hours

DayOpenClosed
Monday8:30am5:00pm
Tuesday9:00am4:30pm
Wednesday8:30am5:00pm
Thursday9:00am4:30pm
Friday8:30am5:00pm
SaturdayClosedClosed
SundayClosedClosed
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Health & Awareness

Train Safe: Perform Better, Reduce Risk

When you explore the links below you will find helpful information from our popular Training Safe Brochure Series on how to improve your training, your quality of life and, at the same time, how to reduce your risk of injury during your workouts, sports or just your everyday living.

Low Back 

Your lumbar spine, as part of the “core”, provides mobility and stability for your back, while the discs between your vertebrae absorb shock during movement. Learn how to protect your low back by keeping a neutral spine and using abdominal bracing.

Neck

In addition to providing head movement, your neck muscles participate in stabilizing your shoulders, neck and head when you perform activities and exercises of both your upper and lower body. Discover how your neck helps your nervous system controls your balance.

Shoulder  

Proper positioning and stabilization of your shoulder complex is required during all arm movements. A stable shoulder complex allows maximum efficiency and function of your arms and hands. Also, find out how proper stability of your shoulder complex reduces stresses on your neck.

Core  

When functioning properly, your core muscles activate before of the muscles that move your legs or arms. This results in optimum spinal control and stabilization. Learn how proper core stabilization efficiently transfers power between your arms and legs and strengthens your chains of movement.

Posture  

Posture affects every movement you perform by influencing how well muscles leverage their ability to create movement in a coordinated and efficient manner. Your posture also determines how loads are diffused throughout your body and what joints will bear the burden of support. By practicing balanced posture during your workouts your exercises will be more efficient, will target the right muscles, reinforce proper movement, and reduce injuries.

Healing and Repair  

Most of us have experienced an occasional injury: The sprained ankle, whiplash, the knee or shoulder injury, the shin bump on the corner of the coffee table, a sun burn, or a paper cut (ouch!). On this page you will learn about the stages of healing, repair and remodeling as you recover from an injury. You will also find some general guidelines of how you can make this process more successful.

Something To Consider:

Oregon Health Plan - Provider Begins April 1 (No Fooling)

Beginning in April, we will be accepting OHP Insurance. If  you have an Open Card no referral is necessary. I you are under the Cascade Plan, you will need a referral from your Primary Physician. Call us and Nancy would be happy to make an appointment. 



Training Studio for Rent

Condition For Life is happy to offer studio lease options to select personal trainers and small group instructors. Lease options include a per-hour rate and a flat monthly fee. For more information about our studio leasing options go to our About menu. 



Marcos Rodriguez, LMT

We are honored to welcome Marcos Rodriguez, LMT to our staff.  In addition to his expertise in manual therapies and soft tissue work, he will be assisting with the active rehabilitation side of your health care and charting progress notes.

For more information about Marcos

Our Services

We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.

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Office Hours

DayOpenClosed
Monday8:30am5:00pm
Tuesday9:00am4:30pm
Wednesday8:30am5:00pm
Thursday9:00am4:30pm
Friday8:30am5:00pm
SaturdayClosedClosed
SundayClosedClosed

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Condition For Life
335 So. Spring Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
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