Health, Wellness & Fitness
We would like to welcome Alaexander Ryzhykh as our Rehabilitation and Physical Therapist! He is currently offering 1:1 Sessions for Rehabilitation and FREE Group Sessions with a focus on back/shoulder/knee/neck pain! Contact us today to book your spot!
While many people look to plastic surgery to change aging looks, and pharmaceuticals and supplementation to address concerns like muscle wasting, osteoporosis and other conditions, more and more studies are showing the best value to attack these unwanted conditions is consistent exercise.
New research shows that regular physical activity can reduce the inflammation in the body that comes with aging, which could also help decrease your risk of developing related diseases and conditions—like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia, osteoarthritis, improve mental function (depression and anxiety), loss of muscle mass, the onset of type 2 diabetes, dementia, osteoarthritis obesity, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, certain cancers and falls.
When it comes to seeing benefits, benefits can happen almost immediately with consistent exercise. Several public health bodies –- including the American Heart Association, US Centers for Disease Control; and the World Health Organization –- have recommended getting 30 minutes of moderate exercise, 5 or more times per week.
When it comes to living longer the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) looked at more than 250,000 men and women between the ages of 50 and 71, and confirmed that the standard exercise recommendations noted above did in fact improve subjects’ longevity. An average of 30 minutes of moderate activity, 5 times or more a week, gave participants a 27% lower risk of dying during the study period, while more vigorous exercise (20 minutes, 3 or more times a week), dropped the risk of death by 32%.
In North America, less than 50% our population exercises the recommended amount, and in East Asian countries like Japan, China, and Taiwan, only 20% exercise the recommended amount.
Our recommendation: if you still want to look for an anti-aging pill, lose the car, and go walk, run or jog to find it. This way you can be assured you are getting the true anti-aging benefits and health benefits that exercises provides!
Here at Mapleview Medical Clinic we provide a few different options to help you get on the right track.
Our prenatal class will teach expecting mothers a variety of useful tips that will help with their 9 month experience! The class will provide an overview of ideal nutrition during pregnancy, including portion control, food groups and a review of the food plate. We will go through the importance of vitamins and minerals that will benefit the mother and her baby. A review regarding healthy weight gain, tips on dealing with nausea and vomiting and an overall discussion on what to expect during the 9 months!
Prenatal Classes with our RPN Shauna Jones
Monday afternoon from 1pm-2pm
Call to join 705.503.5300
Nutrition Classes with Janelle Wilson, PA & Shauna Jones, RPN & Vanessa Edwards, PA
Monday 1:00-2:00pm – Wellness or Nutrition Group (Shauna)
Tuesday 11:00-12:00pm – Nutrition (Janelle)
Wednesday 12:00-1:00pm – Nutrition English in Spanish (Vanessa)
11:00-12:00am – Nutrition English in Spanish (Vanessa)
12:00-1:00pm – Nutrition (Janelle)
4:00-5:00pm – Nutrition (Shauna)
Friday – 12:00-1:00pm – Wellness Group (Janelle, Shauna or Vanessa)
Healthy Active Living Classes with physiotherapist Kaley Veerman,
Yoga classes with registered health and exercise practitioner Lynda Clifford
Monday 2:30-3:30pm – Functional Mobility
Tuesday 3:45-4:45pm – Meditation
Wednesday 2:30-3:30pm – Hatha
Thursday 1:00pm -2:00pm – Functional Mobility
$5.00 a class!
Monday 9:00-10:00am – Shoulder/Back
10:00-11:00am – Knee with bed
11:00-12:00pm – Knee with chair
12:00-1:00pm – Back
*all class times are subject to change