Balance Therapy and Fall Prevention

Therafit Rehab | Westminster, MD

We Help People Affected by Poor Balance Improve Mobility and Strength

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Are You Worried About Falling and Badly Injuring Yourself?

Therafit Rehab is an Outpatient Neurological Rehabilitation Facility in Westminster, Maryland, that offers state-of-the-art Adaptive Equipment and specializes in the improvement of poor balance — regardless of the cause. Our physical and occupational therapy programs have helped thousands of patients with multiple sclerosis, a stroke, Parkinson’s disease, etc., achieve more independence through better balance.

Our physical therapy treatments include stretching, strengthening, patterning (a form of exercise that helps the muscles remember movement), range of motion, and gait training. Our occupational therapists are wizards that help you return to “life as it was” before your condition took a turn for the worse — envision confidently performing activities of daily living like you used to do.

We employ equipment like the Quadriciser (a patterning and strengthening device used to help your muscles’ memory), gait trainers, body-weight support systems, and more to help you walk with more steadiness and control.

As a licensed durable medical equipment (DME) provider, we can help outfit you with an ankle-foot orthosis (AFO) or brace for toe-drop, or other supportive equipment, as needed.


Therafit Rehab's Westminster, Maryland, location

TheraFit Rehab – Westminster

511 Jermor Ln. Ste. 102
Westminster, MD 21157
Phone: 410-871-2494

Certified Balance Specialists

Our therapists specialize in treating poor balance, not backs, necks, and knees.

Unique Neurological Rehab Equipment

Offering many pieces of rehab and therapy equipment not found elsewhere in Maryland!

Same Day Appointments

Have you had a recent setback and need therapy now? No problem, call for a same day appointment!

We Specialize in Treatment for Poor Balance


If you’re having difficulty walking because of fatigue, lack of strength, or your toes are having trouble clearing the ground, it can be frustrating. But not doing anything about it will only result in it getting worse. Studies have shown that repetitive motion can increase neuroplasticity and trigger muscle memory. That means that when you keep doing it and keep pressing on, your muscles remember how to perform.

We are gait experts, meaning we specialize in observing gait (walking) and then strengthening the muscles needed to correct the problems or symptoms we observe. And while some muscles might need strengthened, others might just need to be taught controlled, coordinated, and consistent movements. We have been doing it for more than 10 years and are very specialized to help you get back to doing the things you love.

Limited Slots — Request Your Free Balance Screen Today

We invite you to come in for a FREE consultation that will assess your balance and gait. This free screen will last about 15 minutes, and you’ll be able to share your concerns with one of our therapists. After we listen to what’s on your mind, our therapist will ask you to complete one or more exercises related to concern, and provide you with some tips on things you can do at home to improve.

It’s a totally free consultation with one of our balance therapy specialists, but without any further obligation on your part! Simply click the link below and fill out the form to get scheduled for this free screen. But please hurry — we only have room for about 10 free screens at each location!

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If You Walk Unsteadily or By Bracing Against an Object, Here Are a Few Things to Consider Before You Get Worse:

Research shows 1 out of 3 people over age 65 falls each year.

Of those falls, 1 out of 5 results in a serious injury.

Falls are the leading cause of nursing home placements.

One out of 5 people with a hip fracture dies within a year of sustaining the injury.

Do you think it is normal for balance just to get worse? It doesn’t have to.

If you were not aware of any of these or perhaps you’ve wondered what a future would look like after a fall, then we would love to invite you to request a FREE consultation with one of our physical or occupational therapists to help find out what can be done for you. The fact that you are reading this is a good thing, because now you know what deteriorating balance could mean. You are one step closer to finding a solution!

Use the link below to book your free balance consultation to get some real advice. Advice that you can do from home without the fear of having to book more appointments or be charged with any fees. Our goal is to help you to make the best possible decisions you can regarding your health and wellness.

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Our Promise

Being a privately owned facility we believe that one-on-one time with a patient is the most important thing that we can give. And it is this one-on-one devoted attention that allows us to see the amazing results we do! In a system where everyone is trying to push you out of the door, we welcome you and embrace your time.

Indeed, a Balance Assessment is for You If:

You’re scared of falling, breaking a hip, or being in a nursing home.

You are embarrassed about how you walk.

You have trouble walking on uneven grass or unlevel surfaces.

You’re afraid of slipping in the shower.

You’ve grown tired of using a wall, furniture, or cane for balance.

You’re worried about your spouse’s balance and independence.

This is a “No-Plateau” Zone!


Yes, You Read That Correctly…


Medicare released a Maintenance Therapy Program. In this program, therapists can actually see you to maintain your current status or abilities. It is no longer based on PROGRESS now, rather Skilled and Medically Necessary Therapy. Meaning that as long as therapy is skilled and medically necessary to prevent a decline in condition, we can continue therapy regardless of progress towards a goal.

BUT… Many therapists DO NOT know this or even know how to bill for it. So instead, they still discharge patients due to a lack of progress towards a certain goal. They tell them:

“You have hit a plateau. We need to discharge you. Here are some exercises you can do at home.”


Tired of pointless exercise recommendations?


We also relate our therapy goals to specific things that you want to get back to doing. Then we match our treatments specifically to those goals. This is what makes therapy worth it to you. We will not just tell you, “Perform 2 sets of leg extensions at 10 reps with both legs,” then leave you to do them. Instead, if it is getting harder to walk around the grocery store or reach up to the top cabinet to put dishes away, we help you work specifically on those things. We take you through the balance, endurance, strength, and flexibility to be able to do all those tasks.

Furthermore, most of the time we are working towards controlled, coordinated, and intentional movements. This usually doesn’t even require strength! Rather it involves practicing the movements and making sure the muscle has the flexibility to move the way we need it to. Sometimes it takes a while and lots of practice to get the movements down.

Chances are you have also been told things like, “You will never be able to do that again,” or “You will always need to use the wheelchair (or walker/cane).” That’s simply not always TRUE.

Here are Just a Few Things Our Therapists Can Do for You:

Walk with better balance and control.

Help maintain energy throughout the day to avoid a careless misstep.

Avoid SITTING all day long with an activity program designed for you.

Decrease the time it takes to dress, cook, clean, and shower so you can enjoy more of your day.

Master standing up from a chair or couch.

Gain independence.

Increase muscle STRENGTH and CONTROL, and decrease RISK OF FALLING.

Are You Ready to be More Active, Mobile, and Independent?

Contact us today to schedule your FREE BALANCE CONSULTATION and to start getting advice on how you can improve your balance from our EXPERTS. This is a FREE 15-MINUTE screen to assess where you are and to start giving you ACTIONABLE information that you can start doing NOW! All because we believe that you can get to a new level and that there is ALWAYS HOPE.

Simply fill out the short form below or, if you prefer to schedule this consult by phone, call our Westminster, Maryland, clinic at the number below. Either way, our BEST BALANCE THERAPY SPECIALISTS can help you become more active, mobile, and independent!

Therafit Rehab – Westminster
Phone: 410-871-2494

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