Mark your calendars for Day on the Lake!

Day on the Lake The Day on the Lake program is the only adapted water sports program for those with physical and neurological disabilities offered in Arizona. Summer 2016 marked our 20th year of helping people who suffer from a neurological disability ride the waves...

Open House

Join our Open House 6-8 pm November 7, 2017 Come celebrate with us and check out our new services and equipment! Door Prizes Food and Drink Free Consultations Fun Games Fill our our registration form below to get entered into our raffle! Your Name (required) Your...

Rogue Genes may cause ALS

A recent study has found that Rogue Genes may cause ALS in patients with no family history of the disease.  Up to 90% of ALS patients say they have no family history of the disease, according to the study. Symptoms of ALS include: Tripping and falling Loss of motor...

A clumsy child may have dyspraxia

Most children growing up, can experience some clumsiness as they develop.  In many cases it could be due to a growth spurt or trying to learn a new skill. But in some cases it could be a condition called dyspraxia. This condition is actually fairly common but...

Falls are the leading cause of death in older people

The risk of falls are the leading cause of injury and death in older people.  The American population is getting older thanks to improvements in medical science.  As our bodies get older we lose flexibility, strength, and balance.  The injuries related to falls can...

How does Interactive Metronome work?

Interactive Metronome offers benefit with functional therapy Have you ever noticed that you often are able to wake up the same time in the morning, even though you don’t have an alarm waking you up? Or watched a baseball player hitting a seemingly impossibly...