Frequently Asked Questions
Aging Well Program
A: Yes. Although the program has been designed with healthy seniors as the primary user, the program can be used with any age group.
Q: What training protocol is recommended for the patient?
A: The program creator, Dr. Bernard Croisile, recommends 140 minutes of training per week, divided into 3 or more sessions.
Q: How have the exercise levels been determined?
A: The exercise levels have been determined by studying the performance norms of healthy adults and senior over millions of exercises performed by hundreds of thousands of users. The levels have been appropriately selected by Dr. Bernard Croisile, M.D., Ph.D. to offer an appropriate range of easy through challenging.
Q: Are all the exercises in the Aging Well Program included in the Rehabilitation Program also?
A: The exercises are derived from the same core library, however, based on the clinical design, there are some differences in the exercise configurations, the progression rules and the analysis graphs
Q: Why would I need this program if I already have the Rehabilitation Program that contains similar games?
A: The games in the program are very similar between the Aging Well Program and the Rehabilitation Program, however the programs differ in the game levels presented, the level of 1-1 guidance that may be required with the patient, and the results graphs. Please see the Program descriptions for more details to decide on the appropriate choice for your situation.
Q: I don’t see my question addressed here
A: You may find the answer to your question on the Aging Well Program page. If not, please Contact Us. We are happy to address any questions you may have.