Your Program!

Your Program!

Whether you provide care at medical wellness center, fitness facility or community center, chances are you’ve developed regimens for the people in your care over the years. Welld can help you design and deliver programs that track activity, food logs, progress toward goals, allows you to add clinical notes and collaborate with your participants...

Aging Mastery Program®

Aging Mastery Program®

The Aging Mastery Program® (AMP) is a comprehensive and fun program from the National Council on Aging (NCOA) that empowers older adults to take key steps toward positive behavior change. AMP is a nationwide program with a presence in more than 500 sites and more than 20,000 participants.

The AMP core curriculum covers 10 topics. The classroom experience is a mix of didactic and interactive learning with an emphasis on peer-to-peer interaction. 

Workplace Wellness

Workplace Wellness

Workplace Wellness programs are traditionally out of reach of the small to medium sized company; especially programs that can produce the kind of results that the Welld programs can deliver. We have helped dozens of companies engage their employees in workplace wellness that is easy and fun. Welld connects employees to a wellness challenge helpi...

Healthy Start

Healthy Start

Healthy Start is a 60-day offering that helps people get moving who are comfortable in a fitness facility and understand what they need to do to get re-engaged in their routine. This program includes two wellness assessments plus the ability to add program goals that inspire and guide.

When offered directly to club members or paired wi...

Diabetes Prevention

Diabetes Prevention

An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure and it’s ever so much more cost effective! We believe in the idea of being well in the first place and doing what we can to help prevent chronic disease states.  We all know the devastation diabetes can cause to quality and length of life not to mention the economic impacts on our health...

Exercise is Medicine®

Exercise is Medicine®

Exercise is Medicine® (EIM), a global health initiative managed by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), encourages physicians and other health care providers to refer patients to evidence-based exercise programs.

Welld contains many similar implementations of this physician-referred program, often as a 60-90 day introduction to exercise program. 

Nutrition Services

Nutrition Services

Get Reimbursed for Dietitians. Welld leverages the power of your medical programming combined with reimbursable nutrition services. Your Registered Dietitians manage their book, conduct their meetings and generate their insurance reimbursement files.  Welld tracks referrals between this pr...

Cardiac Rehab

Cardiac Rehab

The Cardiac Rehab Program is specifically designed to lower your risk of heart attack, improve your general level of fitness and promote overall health and well-being. Included are individual exercise prescriptions based on your medical evaluation and progress in the supervised exercise sessions.

According to figures published by The A...

p.r.e.p.

p.r.e.p.

Using referrals from physicians, PREP is a 60-day introduction to exercise that includes a one-on-one consultation, supervised exercise sessions, and a midpoint and final evaluation with follow-up letters sent back to your physician. PREP is the perfect entrance into a healthy lifestyle for those that need assistance with their workouts.

Over 4,000 physicians have already referred nearly 20,000 people directly or through corporate partners to participate in this proven program.

Parkinson's Program

Parkinson's Program

A gentle group exercise class specifically designed for people with Parkinson’s disease. Emphasis is on stability, strength, gait preservation, motor coordination and balance improvement. Must be able to climb a short flight of stairs.

Moving for Better Balance

Moving for Better Balance

Moving For Better Balance is a 12-week evidence-based group exercise program developed by researchers at the Oregon Research Institute.

The program, based on the principles of Tai Chi, is led by a qualified instructor and teaches eight movements modified especially for falls prevention.