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Balance Exercise Video Library

Improving static & dynamic balance is important to increase coordination and strength in lower extremities and postural muscles. Balance exercises can be done anytime, anywhere with minimal equipment and are essential in preventing falls and fractures. We developed an easy balance exercise for our clients who commonly ask us questions such as:
  • What is the best exercise for balance?
  • Why is balance exercise important? 
  • How do I regain my balance after a vertigo attack?

Balance Exercises (Beginner Level)

BALANCE EXERCISE VIDEOS

We have created a library of exercises that includes beginner and progressive static and dynamic exercises for balance. Balance exercises can be done anywhere and anytime using simple equipment such as a chair, a foam, and can be progressed to more unstable surfaces such as a busu ball or trampoline. These exercises are only a fraction of a comprehensive balance exercise program and are meant as a reference for our patients to complement their in-clinic sessions.
Follow your therapist’s instructions. Enlarge each video to read instructions. If you experience unusual discomfort, stop the exercise and contact your therapist.

BEGINNER BALANCE EXERCISES FOR SENIORS

Chair Balance Level 1

Easy seated balance exercises

Standing Balance Level 1

Easy standing balance exercises

Chair Balance Level 2

Medium difficulty seated balance

Standing Balance Level 2

Medium difficulty standing balance

Chair Balance Level 3

Challenging seated balance

Standing Balance Level 3

Challenging standing balance

HIP STRENGTHENING FOR BALANCE EXERCISES

Seated Marches

Easy strengthening & mobility exercise for hip

Standing Hip Adduction

Resistance band hip strengthening exercise

Standing Hip Extension

Resistance band hip strengthening exercise

Frankenstein Squats

Deep squat to improve hip mobility and leg strength

Lunge To Knee Up

Exercise to improve strength, mobility and balance

Standing Hip Abduction

Hip mobility, strength, and balance exercise

Side Lunge Toe Taps

Exercise to strengthen hip, knee, back & to improve balance

Step Ups

Strengthening and functional mobility exercise for legs

Lateral Band Walk

Exercise to increase hip & legs and low back muscle strength

DISCLAIMER

All exercise videos shared on our website are intended as a reference for our patients. Please follow the instructions given by your therapist/practitioner. As with all exercise programs, when using these videos, use common sense.

By performing the exercises featured in these videos without consulting our clinical team, you are performing them at your own risk. 

 PHYSIOMOBILITY HEALTH GROUP WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY INJURY, AGGRAVATION OF YOUR SYMPTOMS OR HARM YOU MAY SUSTAIN AS A RESULT OF PERFORMING THESE EXERCISES WITHOUT PROPER ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTIONS. CONSULT YOUR TRUSTED HEALTH PRACTITIONER PRIOR TO STARTING ANY EXERCISE PROGRAM IF YOU HAVE ANY HEALTH CONDITION. 

UPDATE

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