ACErcise

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ACErcise is a group exercise program designed for individuals with neurologic conditions. Diagnoses may include Parkinson's disease, stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, etc. Individuals are required to have a physician's release in order to participate. Sessions focus on endurance, strength, balance, and walking. ACErcise is led by University of Evansville Doctor of Physical Therapy students. Participants are paired with students to provide more individualized exercises based on personal abilities and goals.

Acercise helping man balance
Acercise strength training
Acercise patient reaching upwards

Frequently Asked Questions

How should I get scheduled?
If interested in joining our program, please contact us at acercise@evansville.edu or call 812-459-8394. Since we have a limited number of spaces, we try to accommodate our participants' scheduling preferences.
Acercise patient stepping through hoops
Acercise patient using balancing cones
Acercise patient walking with cane

Ace+PT phone
812-431-4832

ACErcise phone
812-459-8394

Office Email
acecare@evansville.edu

Office Location
515 Bob Jones Way, Room 3001, Evansville, IN 47708

ACErcise and AceBuddies Locations
Carson Center, University of Evansville Campus

Ace+PT Location
Room 104, Graves Hall, University of Evansville Campus