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A PLAN FOR PEOPLE WITH CMT

If you avoid walking because each step is painful due to foot neuropathy, learn more now. Balance Walking is a safe, easy, low-impact exercise that you can perform with your doctor’s approval.

If you are a member of the CMTA, please use order code “CMTA” to get a discount – Balance Walking will also make a donation to the CMTA.

To become a member, please go to the CMTA website.

For more information, click here.

A Plan for People with Pain
Balance Walking can reduce the pain of exercise because it reduces stress on the joints while engaging more muscles throughout the body to help the legs and feet. The poles add two points of contact dispersing weight and naturally aligns the body distributing weight evenly.
The Community Pain Center is the first interactive destination community for people living with and treating chronic pain. Our community understands what it’s like to live with pain, and we are here to support, empower and motivate you by providing access to healthcare providers, advocates, products, services, and so much more, all to help you feel better.

A PLAN FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES

People with diabetes can have the added challenge of foot issues, which makes it harder to fight a sedentary life. Let’s be honest, it is human nature to just want to do the bare minimum, especially when planning to do something that is uncomfortable, so let’s take an honest look at the bare minimum requirements to stay healthy.

  1. Have a good attitude.
  2. Do not sit for one hour straight.
  3. Add Balance Walking poles to your walking workouts.

Our Blog Post For more information, click here.

Aging and Arthritis

A PLAN FOR PEOPLE WITH ARTHRITIS

Joint pain is a very common complaint and has many different causes, but all of those conditions involve pain. If you are one of the many people suffering from this problem, try Balance Walking poles to minimize the pressure on the foot, ankle, knee, and hip joints.

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Arthritis Natural Treatments Info: arthritis.org

Breast Cancer

A PLAN FOR PEOPLE WITH BREAST CANCER

Recent studies continue to reinforce the positive effects exercising has on the breast cancer patient. Pole walking has a positive effect on the upper body. Balance Walking improves your stamina and endurance as well as your overall body fitness. At the same time, you improve circulation in your shoulders and arms.

The data suggest that using a walking pole exercise routine for 8 weeks significantly improved muscular endurance of the upper body, which would clearly be beneficial in helping breast cancer survivors perform activities of daily living.

For more information, see the study.